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French Toast
      #260 - 02/01/03 06:56 AM
pamk

Reged: 01/29/03
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I recently began experimenting with making french toast. I eat a bowl of oatmeal every morning but I wanted to have something special on Saturday mornings. Heather has a french toast recipe in her book but it requires a little prep work the night before. Of course, I am too disorganized to remember so I started experimenting.

Pam's French Toast

half a loaf of day old french bread, cut into 1/2 slices
4 egg whites
1/4 to 1/2 cup of soy milk
1/2 t. vanilla extract
cinnamin or pumpkin pie seasoning
1 T. canola oil

Heat up skillet and spread oil evenly over it.
Whisk together the egg whites, extract, cinnamin and soy milk. Generously coat bread in egg mixture and cook several minutes on each side until golden brown. Drain bread on papertowels. (I drain as a precaution but because I am using so little oil I don't really see much oil on the papertowel) Top with a little preserves or powered sugar. Yum.

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Re: French Toast new
      #6465 - 04/19/03 11:47 AM
TessLouise

Reged: 01/21/03
Posts: 540
Loc: Nashville, TN

Pam,
I made your French toast recipe for breakfast this morning and it turned out very well. I used the full 1/2 cup soy milk and six slices of sandwich bread for the two of us, and I sprayed the pan generously with nonstick spray instead of using oil. We had turkey bacon, too, which my boyfriend broiled, not that it had a lot of fat anyway. Just wanted to thank you for the recipe!
Amelia

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Re: French Toast new
      #6494 - 04/19/03 08:14 PM
louise

Reged: 02/05/03
Posts: 836
Loc: canada

Hi Pam; i WAS WONDERING HOW FRENCH BREAD WOULD GO FOR FRENCH TOAST. hOW MANY SERVINGS DOES YOUR RECIPE MAKE?

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Re: French Toast new
      #21823 - 09/27/03 11:21 AM
shawneric

Reged: 01/30/03
Posts: 1738
Loc: Oregon

Just fyi, but (IF) you can eat cornflakes which some can and some can't, if you crush the cornflakes an bread the french toast in them before cooking and then cook on medium heat, it is excellent.

Of course you could sub the corn flakes with some other ideas as well really.



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