30 Reviews

Verry Yummy! My 9 y/o had 7 pieces!

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russ winslow May 02, 2001

Absolutely delicious! I used almond milk and added a splash of vanilla creamer as well as a dash of nutmeg and cloves. They came out great, I let the bread sit in the mixture and absorb it fully because it was really moist when I cooked them in the skillet. Will definitely make again when I have a French toast craving.

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indigoblossom June 27, 2012

After several high cholesterol readings I have to change my diet!!! This is definitely one recipe to try plus other variations from other readers.<br/>Thanks

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sailability October 12, 2013

very good one!

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Pablin January 10, 2013

Healthy and delicious breakfast! Due to what I had on hand I used whole grain wheat bread and fat free half and half instead of milk. From other's suggestions I added a teaspoon of brown sugar to the milk mixture. After done, I sprinkle toast with powdered sugar and serve with sugar free syrup. So tasty!

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Little_Sister June 27, 2010

Great recipe. Easy to follow. I also added orange zest peels to add some unique flavor, and they worked perfectly. Also added powdered sugar. Will save this recipe.

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SilFerWolf August 09, 2009

Yum. I halved the recipe (which worked out beautifully to make 4 slices of french toast) used whole wheat bread and skim milk, but then I fried it in butter. Crispy on the outside, gooey on the inside, out of this world all over!

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AlaskaStephanie June 22, 2009
Egg-White French Toast