Texas French Toast
Doesn’t that Texas French Toast look delish? Am I the only one that wants to lick my screen right now?
Talk about an easy, yet yummy breakfast. French toast is a hit with all ages. I made this for my Hubs, 2 grown daughters and two granddaughters. It was silent while we were shoving our mouths with syrup drench, powdered sugar covered cinnamon flavored french toast. This one was made with Texas size toast, so it’s nice and thick.
Now, I have a question for you, are you one of those people that cover your french toast with jelly? I’ve seen my hubs do it and I think it’s a little weird, but hey, to each their own.
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Texas French Toast
- Electric Griddle OR
- Frying Pan
- 12 Slices Texas Toast
- 10 Eggs
- 1/2 Tbsp Cinnamon
- 1 Tbsp vanilla
- Syrup or Jelly As Desired
- Powdered Sugar As Desired
- Spray skillet/griddle with cooking spray and set on medium high heat.
- Beat eggs in a large, flat dish.
- Add vanilla and cinnamon and blend in.
- Dip bread in egg mixture. Repeat for other side of bread.
- Place on skillet/griddle and cook for about 4 minutes on each side. **Note – cook time listed is for one batch, please add to the time if you can only cook 1-2 slices at a time.
- Serve with syrup and powdered sugar.