No one can resist breakfast – it is the most beloved meal of the day for many people. If you’re seeking a nutritious, divine-tasting breakfast to brighten your day and lift your spirits, French toast seems like an ideal choice.
When you’re short on time while also looking for a hearty breakfast, cooking French toast seems like the best way to start the day.
French toast tastes wonderful when topped with buttermilk syrup, buttermilk maple syrup, orange bourbon butter, creamy chocolate syrup, strawberry syrup, berries and powdered sugar, lemon curd, maple syrup, and Margarine Butter.
Its luscious taste tempts you to serve it as brunch at your next gathering, making everyone smile. Here is the best recipe for French toast that you’ll ever find.
Whisk together eggs, vanilla extract, milk, salt, sugar, and cinnamon in a shallow bowl until well blended.
Slice the Challah bread into six equal pieces. Bread slices should be dipped into the egg mixture on both sides until they are well coated.
Melt the dairy butter in a skillet over medium heat. Place soaked bread slices in the skillet, cook each side for about 3 minutes, until golden brown. Try to flip just one time.
Serve it hot with your favorite syrup.
As an alternative to challah bread, brioche bread or Texas toast works equally as well.
Substituting heavy cream, almond milk, and whole milk for milk is possible and all can result in a highly enjoyable taste.
While soaking, make sure the bread doesn’t absorb too much liquid, otherwise, it gets soggy.
Keep it in the oven at 90 °C until you are ready to serve it. Using a freezer bag, it can also be stored in the freezer for up to 1 or 2 months. Place the French toast in the oven at 150 °c for 5 minutes or in the toaster until the outside is crispy.