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I was surprised to see that most people seem to toast their bread first, then add the cinnamon/sugar mixture. Charishma's way is the way my family has always made it. We butter the bread, sprinkle the mixture and place several pieces on a cookie sheet. Then under the broiler it goes. So warm, soft and toasty!

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Texas Aggie Mom August 03, 2008

these are the ingrediants we use. except we toast the bread and then add the butter and sugar/cinnamon combo. also saves on toaster burn and clean up.

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Chef Firedancer July 03, 2007

Thanks for posting this quick, easy, sweet treat. I made it to go with some hot tea and it was just perfect. I have made it before toasting first and then adding the sugar/cinnamon mixture but after reading the recipe and Texas Aggie Mom's review I wanted to try it under the broiler. IT MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE. It made the cinnamon and sugar get warm, darken, and caramelized. I waited till the cinnamon mixture didn't look like cinnamon if that makes sense. The toast still had a bit of a crunch under the broiler but more soft and warm. It was nice on a cold day. I prefer less but if you need crunch, pretoast it and THEN put it in the broiler with the toppings and broil it. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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ChefDLH January 23, 2012

This is so yummy. I really like this method. But since I toasted the bread in the oven under broil, I had to flip the slices because under it was not toasted. But it was perfect. Great taste. Thanks Charishma :) Made for Cookbook tag game

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Boomette January 21, 2012
Quick and Easy Cinnamon Toast