Apple Cinnamon Pecan French Toast
- In a pan- melt 1/4 stick of butter and stir in 1/2 cup brown sugar. It'll make a paste. Once made into paste, add 2 Tbsp apple juice or water a tiny bit of apple juice or water (a couple of tablespoons).
- While step one is heating, cut two apples. You can cut them as small as you want- but cut smaller watch that they don't get too soft. Add to pan and let cool on low- add cinnamon (I use a lot) to taste and nutmeg (tiny pinch). Chop and add pecans (I just used a small handful).
- While your apples and pecans cook on low, make your French toast batter. (Mine is eggs, vanilla, sugar, cinnamon, and milk to make it runnier- but I really don't have a recipe for this part. You can use any recipe). Dip your bread on both sides and cook. After all are done- if you have batter left you can tedious and reheat, it makes them crispier.
- Lightly butter if desired then add some of the Apple topping. If the syrup is too sweet use a slotted spoon to drain from Apple syrup and just put a little maple syrup on with the apples instead.