Really good French toast is a favorite breakfast of mine. Mediocre French toast? Not so much. However, that never stops me from trying out all the French toast recipes I come across. For this recipe you will need:
- Brown Sugar
As always, I had to change things. I used regular bread because there was no Texas toast at the store, and I used soy milk instead of regular. And, since it’s just two of us, I halved the recipe. I was really worried that the change in bread thickness would mean that my French toast would be soggy. I was surprised to find that was not the case. Honestly, this makes me think that using the thicker bread would mean a drier result. I also found that the layer of sugar and butter at the bottom meant that there was only that sweetness if your bite included some of the bottom.
Overall I was not impressed by this recipe. You prepare it the night before, but it needs to bake for 45 minutes in the morning, which felt like a long time to me. I had to do it on a weekend because we wouldn’t have been able to eat it otherwise. I also felt like the flavors weren’t well dispersed. Basically. my husband and I looked at each other and agreed-this was a one and done recipe for us.
Back to looking for French toast recipes.