- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
Pretty good! Not out-of-this-world, but definitely good. I didn't find it to be "fluffy," but I'd make them again. I cut all ingredients into 1/3 of the original measurements as I was cooking for one. I didn't have enough mixture to soak the last piece (4th piece) of bread. I also used potato bread; that is all I had, so I may try this again with much thicker bread.
Who would have thought the addition of flour would have made just that little difference to make this an excellent recipe for French Toast. I like to use Vanilla butter nut extract a lot in my pancakes and french toast, so that was the only 'change I made. Thanks for posting this. I believe this will be the way I make french toast from now on.
This is great! I've never made french toast this way before, but I will never go back now! My bread was very dense and I didn't soak it long enough, but it was still fantastic. Next time I will soak longer and whisk it more between batches (most of my cinnamon was at the bottom).
This was very easy and very tasty. Will do this again trying different breads. Will definitely make this again.
Just made these this morning and they were delicious! I used regular white bread, added some maple extract to the batter which was a little lumpy because I whisked it but it still turned out great. Thank you for the easy yummy recipe!
Made this tonight for DD's birthday dinner - she requested breakfast for dinner. I used fresh Italian bread from our local market, combined everything in the blender, but had tons of egg mixture left over. Everyone loved it.
Pretty good recipe.
Added a little non fat french vanilla creamer and cooked in waffle maker. Delicious.
WOW! This recipe is amazing! I had to really search for the texas toast though...so worth it. I added 1 tsp of cinnamon to give it more of a cinnamon taste. Was great....all my kids (hubby included) LOVED this one. Thanks for a great addition to my cookbook.