Nice and Simple French Toast

So light,fluffy and sweet, French toast is always a hit for us ladies!

Recipe By: KMR-type-B (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/47)
Serves 1 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Bread slices 2
Egg 1
Milk 60ml
Sugar 2 tbsp
Vanilla extract 4-5 drops
Butter as required
Maple syrup or honey as required

Method

1
Mix the egg with the milk. Add the sugar and vanilla extract and mix again.
2
Soak the sliced bread in the mixture to absorb all the liquid. If you don't have time, you can microwave this.
3
Fry the soaked bread on low heat in a buttered frying pan. To make it fluffy, put the lid on. Fry both sides until golden then transfer to a serving dish and pour over with the honey or syrup. Enjoy whilst hot!

Tips & Note

Adjust the ingredients depending on the size and thickness of the bread slices. For a crispy finish, sprinkle some sugar before frying but it will burn easily so keep an eye on it.

Nice and Simple French Toast

So light,fluffy and sweet, French toast is always a hit for us ladies!

Recipe By: KMR-type-B (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/47)

Serves 1

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Bread slices 2
Egg 1
Milk 60ml
Sugar 2 tbsp
Vanilla extract 4-5 drops
Butter as required
Maple syrup or honey as required

Nice and Simple French Toast

Recipe ID :2113 Posted on 12 OCT 2016

Serves 1

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So light,fluffy and sweet, French toast is always a hit for us ladies!

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15min
1
Mix the egg with the milk. Add the sugar and vanilla extract and mix again.
2
Soak the sliced bread in the mixture to absorb all the liquid. If you don't have time, you can microwave this.
3
Fry the soaked bread on low heat in a buttered frying pan. To make it fluffy, put the lid on. Fry both sides until golden then transfer to a serving dish and pour over with the honey or syrup. Enjoy whilst hot!

Tips & Note

Adjust the ingredients depending on the size and thickness of the bread slices. For a crispy finish, sprinkle some sugar before frying but it will burn easily so keep an eye on it.

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