Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Bailey's French Toast



Good morning everyone!  I hope you are all having a blessed day.  So my oldest daughter is staying the night at a friend's house, and its just me, my hubby and our youngest daughter.  Now our youngest daughter is rather picky and through the years I have had to be pretty creative to make sure she gets nutritious foods in her body.  This is one of those recipes.  She isnt big on meats or any proteins really except cheese but that is only sometimes.  So I thought this up going by what she likes, she loves cinnamon, sugar,toast so I figured I would also slip in an egg and boom!  Bailey's french toast was born!  Its a simple recipe with very simple ingredients that I am sure most of you have kicking around in your fridge and pantry.  Let's get started.

Ingredients:

1 egg (1 egg per serving)
2 slices of bread ( two slices per serving)
1 tablespoon of butter or margarine
1/4 teaspoon of milk
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of cinnamon

Instructions:

Before you get started take half of a tablespoon of butter and melt it in a small skillet.  Next beat the egg and milk together, keep in a shallow bowl large enough to dip the bread in .  From there grab a small plate and mix the cinnamon and sugar together.  Now we should be ready to dip the bread in the egg mixture.  Slide the bread that has been dipped in the egg mixture in the hot pan and brown on both sides.  When the bread is golden brown on both sides, take out of the pan and put in the cinnamon and sugar, while still hot.  Dredge both sides of the french toast with the cinnamon and sugar and place on a plate.  Repeat all these steps until all your bread is golden brown and dipped in cinnamon and sugar.  My daughter likes her's cut in 4th s  so I did that, and serve.  I served this with a small fruit salad and a small glass of milk.  Breakfast is served and its kid approved!  I hope you try this and I hope your kids like it as much as my children.  

Have a great day all.  Live, laugh and love!


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