I didn't have cinnamon toast before,but I sure enjoyed it. Perfect for having something different for breakfast. Thanks for sharing.
This brings back memories. My Mother would butter the bread and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and put it under the broiler until the cinnamon-sugar and butter were completely melted and the edges of the toast were crispy. Mmmm.....
Oh, wow! This does bring back memories of WWII. When I was little this was a snack my mom and grandmother would make for me. We had sweets for dessert after our meal, but not for snacking like the kids today, so this was what we had. It was sweet and tasted so good. They did not put cinnamon on it, just sugar with the butter. Yum! Kittencal, thanks for bringing back those wonderful memories with this recipe.
This was my favorite way to eat toast as a kid! We used brown sugar instead of white though and my grandma had a jar that she always kept full of the sugar-cinnamon mixture. :-)
this reminds me of my childhood,Kit you rock and so do your recipes!
Leave it to me to mess up a recipe as simple as this...I inadvertently buttered the bread before toasting, so I went whole hog and sprinkled the cinnamon sugar on top, then popped it in the toaster oven and let it do it's thing. The mistake is one I'll be glad to make again! The cinnamon sugar melts down into the butter and the results are fabulous. Like a creme brulee topped toast--just delicious! I had this for a late night snack, and I plan on having it again for breakfast-thanks for posting!
My kids love cinnamon toast. This is a great classic recipe. The amounts are just perfect.
This is so simple and tasty. The sugar and cinnamon combined to the butter is a real treat. Thanks Kit. Made for Zaar Star Game
Oh Kitten, how this just warms my heart! What a forgotten classic! I learned to make cinnamon toast at 4-H in the 70's when I was a kid...I used to make it for my whole family. This brings back great memories...I just mixed up some cinnamon and sugar and we will have some tomorrow morning - me and my kids. Thanks so much for reminding me of my childhood!!! You're the best!