Fresh Toast Recipe
Recipe By: Maria Corr
Images by Heather Dobisch
Making good French toast is not an exact science—the measurements are all up to you, depending on how much you’re making at once!! It may be one of the easiest things to make, though…
I always start by cracking four eggs and adding about a cup of milk to the bowl, then stirring the two together.
Next, I add a little bit (about 2 teaspoons) of vanilla extract, and stir that in, as well.
The last step in making the batter is adding cinnamon—however many dashes is completely up to you, depending on what you want! Here’s a Corr family secret I’ll let you in on, though: add some nutmeg in addition to the cinnamon for a little extra flavor, you won’t regret it!
Take bread slices and dip them into the egg mixture, making sure to coat both sides evenly. Lastly, cook the coated bread slices in a pan on the stove at medium heat, and continuously flip them to make sure that they’re cooked evenly on both sides until they’re golden brown and fluffy! Then all you have to do is throw on some syrup and powdered sugar, and you’re good to go! Enjoy!!