Classic French Toast Recipe

This Classic French Toast recipe is easy, uses simple pantry ingredients, and has a secret ingredient that makes a thicker batter with cinnamon sugar flavors that really set it apart. One of our family’s favorite breakfasts!

A plate full of sliced french toast sprinkled with syrup and powdered sugar, berries on the side and a towel in the background. Saturday mornings are for breakfast: yummy, fancy, but easy breakfast! Now that I have little ones, “sleeping in” no longer happens. Scratch that; sleeping in no longer exists in my world! So in order to drag myself out of bed on the weekend I’ve got to envision something delicious to make for breakfast. I have lots of favorites, including sausage gravy and biscuits, and breakfast quesadillas. If I offered it up for a family vote, everyone would choose this classic french toast, or buttermilk pancakes, both of which I could enjoy on a weekly basis. To make french toast, the ingredients you need are eggs, milk, sugar, salt, cinnamon, vanilla, and thick slices of bread. This recipe also calls for flour – the secret ingredient that makes this french toast better than all the rest! An overhead photo of a glass pie dish with the ingredients to make french toast, including eggs, milk, vanilla, sugar, cinnamon and flour, next to a photo of the mixed mixture with two bread slices soaking in it.

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