French toast is my favorite breakfast! I did use day old thin sliced Italian bread!I added vanilla extract. Topped with fresh blueberry-strawberry topping. So yummy. Thanks.
Added a little sugar to the dip and browned in butter. At 5'2", if only I could stretch myself to 6', then I wouldn't have one worry about the weight gain. Made for PRMR.
I love French toast made with cinnamon or nutmeg and this did not disappoint! I doubled the amount of milk and skipped the powdered sugar and served with maple syrup. Great breakfast while we were out in the RV. Made for Spring 2010 PAC.
I was able to make only 4 French Toasts and the last 2 were quite dry. Like it was missing a little bit of liquid. So another time I'll add more milk. But the taste with the cinnamon is really good. Thanks Littlemafia :) Made for Zaar Star Game
Very good. I like the cinnamon in the batter. Used oat bran bread. My husband put maple syrup on his. Made for the Best of 2009 Cookbook Swap.
This is the way my ex-husband liked his french toast, but he also liked maple syrup with it, not just the powdered sugar. This was a reminder of an old favorite from years past. Made for Holiday Tag.
In my home we often make French toast using a dense & nutty whole wheat bread, & that's what I did this time, as well! Very, very nice with the added flavor of cinnamon (I was very generous with that ingredient!) ~ Will do this one again, for sure! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Stars tag]
I have always sprinkled cinnamon on top of my french toast but never thought of adding it to the batter. It was a great addition. I made two changes I used sprouted cinnamon raisin bread and I didn't have powdered sugar so I spread a thin layer of royal icing on top - mmmm good.
Fantastic. I love cinnamon and this had a good flavor. I never thought of it before, but the day old bread really does make a better french toast! I didn't think to take a picture before I put the powdered sugar on - I was too busy wanting to eat it because it smelled and looked so good. Made for PRMR.
I love cinnamon french toast. I never knew it was called torrijas (even though I lived in Spain for 6 months)...learned something new :-) This is the way we used to make french toast growing up except used maple syrup in place of the powdered sugar. The powdered sugar is a nice alternative. Thank you for the recipe. Made for PRMR.