Wednesday, April 6, 2011

RePost: Afternoon Walnut French Toast

Afternoon Walnut French Toast

The trick to good French toast is not just the quality of the ingredients, but how long you allow the bread to soak. You cannot rush through it as you want the bread to be toasted and yet still have give on the inside.

I am not big on syrup, so I actually like to just add a bit of sugar to my mix, to give it a bit of sweetness and for flavor I use vanilla flavored sugar. You cannot rush food if you plan to enjoy it and thus you must take the time to care about what you are doing. This goes along well with the easy simplicity of breakfast for lunch.


1 loaf of walnut bread or other favorite bread (1-2 slices per person)
Vanilla Sugar
Butter or oil

Whisk eggs and sugar with milk. You need just enough for however much you are making. So per person about 1 egg, 2 tsp sugar and 2 tsp milk.

Soak your bread and heat the butter/oil in your pan.

Cook on medium heat until cooked through. Serve with something yummy such as some form of bacon or a lovely glass of tea!

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