Usually my husband makes breakfast on the weekends. But last week the kids and I wanted to do something special for him on Father’s Day.
French toast was requested, but I didn’t have enough bread – that is until I checked the freezer and found a loaf of cinnamon raisin bread.
I decided we’d have super easy cinnamon raisin French toast!
I just followed my usual, very easy French toast recipe.
- I beat one egg and then scrambled in about 1/3 cup of milk and a dash of vanilla extract.
- Once the griddle was good and hot, I melted some butter in the pan.
- Then I quickly dipped each piece of bread into the batter. (Just dip and pull out right away so it doesn’t get too soggy!)
- There should be enough batter to make 5-6 pieces of French toast. Just brown on both sides in the griddle.
Serve it warm with butter and syrup. Fresh fruit is also a yummy topping. Or serve it my kids’ favorite way (mine too) with butter and powdered sugar.