Total Time
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  1. In a bowl, whisk egg and egg whites until foamy.
  2. Add the milk, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  3. Combine and set aside. Preheat oven to 200F.
  4. Lightly spray a nonstick skillet with vegetable cooking spray. Heat over medium hat.
  5. Dip 4 bread slices into egg mixture, turning to coat. Place bread slices in prepared skillet. Cook until golden brown, turning once.
  6. Transfer cooked slices to a plate and keep warm in oven.
  7. Dip remaining slices in egg mixture, cook as above. Divide toast among serving plates.
  8. Sprinkle lightly with cinnamon sugar and top with maple syrup. Serve immediately.
  9. Variation: For puffy French toast, prapre egg mixture in a large shallow glass dish.
  10. Add bread slices, turning to coat. Cover and referigerate overnight. Cook and serve as above.
Most Helpful

This was quite delicious, but if you are going to fry it, then you need to put something in the pan, butter if you are not watching calories, so that it doesn't stick. This may seem obvious to the more experienced cooks out there, but this was the first time I had made French toast. Very delicious though, and we will definitely make it again. We topped ours with some fresh strawberries, yummm.

jenny_2020 January 31, 2010

This was delicious french toast. I doubled the recipe and was able to get 10 thick slices of French Toast made from it. I would need to triple the recipe to get a whole loaf made which is what I will do next time around. This recipe will replace my previous one. Thanks for sharing.

mojo mom January 01, 2010

Don't bake it, needs to be fried. When I baked it, all I tasted was the bread following this recipe exactly. Pretty good fried though.

cjanakos December 31, 2009