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Okay to start off making French toast, first take your two pieces of bread and insert in toaster…lower them into the baskets and then whisper the following french words as you watch them cook…Je suis tres jolie!  Voila!  French toast!

If only it were that easy but it is pretty darn close.  This is a yummy easy recipe for two  Not diabetic friendly!  Let me see if I can find one for those who are diabetic and I will post in the future.  You could make these for a diabetic person but should leave off the sweet stuff.

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What you need:

A medium sized mixing bowl

A fork or whisk

A spatula

A frying pan

2 eggs for the french toast

4 eggs for scrambled eggs

1/2 tsp vanilla

1 tsp butter or margarine to coat pan

1 tsp butter to add to scambled eggs if you want to live dangerously

1 tsp milk for scrambled eggs

1 tsp Maple or other flavored syrup to add to toast mixture (Optional)

4 slices of bread

Salt

Pepper

Optional:  Powdered Sugar

How to make it:

  • Crack two eggs into a medium sized bowl and use a fork or wire whisk to mix up the eggs.  While whisking, add the 1/2 tsp vanilla and salt and pepper to what you like.  You could even omit the salt if you like.

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  • Turn your skillet or stove to medium heat and add the 1 tsp of butter or margarine or use your favorite cooking spray

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  • When completely mixed and foamy, add each slice of bread to the mixture, turning to coat both sides.  When fully coated on both sides, place in heated pan or skillet.  Let cook and work on the scrambled eggs.

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  • Crack the remaining four eggs into a medium sized bowl, add salt and pepper as desired, add the milk and the extra butter or margarine if you are using it.  For those lactose intolerant, omit the milk.  Using a fork or wire whisk, mix the mixture until fluffy and full of bubbles.

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  • Check your french toast by gently lifting with spatula to see if the cooked side has a nice golden to brown colour.  If it does, it’s time to flip it.  If it does not, your heat may not be high enough so just turn it up a little.
  • Add your egg mixture into a frying pan or skillet and let cook for a minute or so.  When the eggs start forming into a nice golden pile of eggs, flip them over and using your spatula, chop it up to prevent it from becoming an omelette.  When eggs are fluffy and cooked lift them up and plate them.  Add your cooked French toast.

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  • Add the syrup to the french toast along with a naughty slap of butter or margarine if you like.

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  • Optional:  Add some powered sugar to toast after they are plated.
  • Enjoy!
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2 Responses to “French Toast and Scrambled eggs”

  • jeff:

    What drugs am I on? French Toast is plain bread that is coated in eggs and milk – at least on EARTH like in your recipe. I have a short attention span so never got past the first paragraph and have absolutely no sense of humor so didn’t get the joke either. “Place your bread in the toaster? Toast the bread?” AmI out of my mind? I rank right up there with “allmyreallybadrecipes.com” I’m clueless… OMG!

    Make it easy for me cause I can’t read past the first few sentences and really am a miserable man. I tend to troll recipe sites because I am only able to use a few ingredients. My mom didn’t really teach me much about cooking with other ingredients. What can I make with these things please:

    4 Eggs
    1/4 Cup Milk
    1/4 tsp salt
    Texas cut Bread (extra thick)

    Shaking your Head?… Why in the WORLD do I make this SO complicated for myself? Lonely Jeff I guess.

    • BeWytched:

      Hi Jeff and please don’t be so hard on yourself. Sometimes it’s hard to leave the house and learn new things. Judging by your post I assume you have anxiety issues causing you to lash out towards others and yourself. Jeff this is a recipe site with a sense of humor and as you said you don’t seem to have one and didn’t see the humor. In fact I don’t think you managed to get past the first couple of sentences which is why you were so quick to ASSUME things thereby opening the door wide open because you really are trying to make and ASS out of U and Me but Jeff my dear, you are the only ass in this conversation. Please remove yourself and carry on with your life. I will keep you in my good thoughts and hope one day that black heart becomes full of sunlight one day. Happy cooking!

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