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    Hi Friends,
    This morning I have been discussing recipes with my children (ages 16 - 24) and they were talking about my French Toast recipe. This is a recipe that has been a hit at girls camp, scout camp, church breakfasts, and several basketball team breakfasts. I created this version of French Toast because I could never stand the 'rubbery egg' texture of most French Toast recipes that I had tried. Try it out and see what YOU think.

    Miss Sheri's French Toast:

    2 eggs
    1/2 Cup sugar
    1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    pinch of salt

    Combine above ingredients with a fork until blended. Add

    1/2 Cup Milk and stir until well blended.

    Have your griddle or electric fry pan heated to about 325* with a light coating of butter added just before you add French Toast. Dip bread, one slice at a time coating one side and immediately flipping it over to coat the other side and immediately removing it to the pan. (Don't SOAK the bread, just coat it). If your griddle heats as unevenly as mine, turn the bread once before flipping it over to the second side. Cook until you have a light/med golden brown. serve with your favorite syrup. One batch of batter makes about 16 slices of French Toast.

    Have an awesome day!
    Sheri
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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    Hey, you swiped my recipe box???????????

    Same way I do mine. The DGKs love them.
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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Navas View Post
    Hey, you swiped my recipe box???????????

    Same way I do mine. The DGKs love them.
    Great minds (and taste buds) think alike. Love this recipe!
    Miss Sheri

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    I'm a big fan of french toast. Whenever I get the chance to go out to breakfast that's always what I order. Thanks for the recipe. I'll give it a try when I get home to CA. If I make it here I'll end up eating it all. Haha!
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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    That is about the same as mine too!!! Instead of adding cinnamon tho, I sprinkle nutmeg on it as it's cooking. Love it!
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    This sounds awesome. I'm trying it. Thanks!
    Cyndi


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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Sheri View Post
    Hi Friends,
    This morning I have been discussing recipes with my children (ages 16 - 24) and they were talking about my French Toast recipe. This is a recipe that has been a hit at girls camp, scout camp, church breakfasts, and several basketball team breakfasts. I created this version of French Toast because I could never stand the 'rubbery egg' texture of most French Toast recipes that I had tried. Try it out and see what YOU think.

    Miss Sheri's French Toast:

    2 eggs
    1/2 Cup sugar
    1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    pinch of salt

    Combine above ingredients with a fork until blended. Add

    1/2 Cup Milk and stir until well blended.

    Have your griddle or electric fry pan heated to about 325* with a light coating of butter added just before you add French Toast. Dip bread, one slice at a time coating one side and immediately flipping it over to coat the other side and immediately removing it to the pan. (Don't SOAK the bread, just coat it). If your griddle heats as unevenly as mine, turn the bread once before flipping it over to the second side. Cook until you have a light/med golden brown. serve with your favorite syrup. One batch of batter makes about 16 slices of French Toast.

    Have an awesome day!
    Sheri
    Hi Sheri - recipe sounds wonderful. Pretty close to what I do I'm really bad when I make mine because I keep a shaker of cinnamon sugar handy and sprinkle it on as each side hits the pan. My stomach can't handle the syrup. There is something in all syrups that makes me nauseous so I make up for it by using the extra cinnamon sugar; as if I need the extra calories... Of course, everyone in the family likes the added cinnamon sugar so they ask for it, too, even though they pour the syrup on as well.

    Have a great day and thanks for your recipe!
    Gerri

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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    This is the same way I make mine too, except I stab my bread with a fork while its in the mixture because I like it soaked right through. Then I cook it low and it gets nice and fluffy in the center.

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    Sounds great!. Most cooking shows have you soak it too much.



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    Default Re: Miss Sheri's French Toast

    Same as mine-except my "secret'' ingredient is brown sugar.

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