Tiny Kitchen Cinnamon French Toast

There is no waste with The Tiny Kitchen Cinnamon Bread that you have previously made since you can use the extra for a few slices of the best Cinnamon French Toast.

You will need a pan or baking dish that is large enough to accomodate a large slice of bread.  (This recipe will easily make 4 to 5 slices of Cinnamon French Toast)

3 eggs

2 Tablespoons whipping cream

dash of salt

2 teaspoons cinnamon



With a wire whip or fork, mix these ingredients together very well into the baking dish or pan.  Slice your bread about 3/4 inch thick and place one slice at a time into the egg mixture.  Leave for about 1 minute on each side letting the slice soak up the egg mixture until it is completely saturated.  In the meantime, place a skillet on the stove and turn the burner to medium low allowing the pan to heat up evenly.  Place a pat of butter into the pan, letting it melt but not brown.  (If it starts to brown, your heat is too high)  Lift slice of bread that is now saturated out of the egg mixture and into the now heated skillet.  While the first slice is beginning to cook, place second slice into the egg mixture, repeating the proceedure as before.


Leave slice in skillet on first side and do not turn until first side is golden brown then turn and do same for it.  When golden brown on both sides, remove from skillet and place on plate, put pat of butter on slice and pour your favorite maple syrup over.  Now enjoy!!



* Made from the Tiny Kitchen Cinnamon Bread 13


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