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Hi Georgieanna, Growing up in Louisiana, this is exactly the way my Mama would make "Lost Bread". I'd forgotten all about it. Now I'm going to fix it for breakfast tomorrow morning. Thanks for reminding me with the recipe! By the way, I live nearby in Covington.
My husband and I tried this recipe for breakfast this morning. We often have leftover Hawaiian bread from communion each Sunday, so I used that for the bread. It really did not need syrup at all - but we used some! Yum!
Fantastic and easy!! I always have "lost bread," sometimes a little too much. Thanks so much for the recipe.
This makes the best french toast ever. I have never been able to make good french toast until now.
I have absolutely never heard of "lost bread", and this wasn't how I have always HAD it, but it will be how I always have it. This was absolutely delicious. I was craving french toast tonite after reading another review, and searched for one that sounded good without being lots of trouble (or overnight). I'm so glad I found this one. Absolutely delicious.
this definitely the way my children are going to grow up eating frech toast.
We were looking for a simple classic French Toast just like mom would make,and we found it. Thank you.. P.S. I am also from southern Louisiana,Morgan City