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Cajun French Toast

Cajun French Toast created by Jellyqueen

If you get tired of regular French Toast and would like a little change or something special for overnight guests, try this delicious breakfast treat. The consistency is crunchy, and it is sweet enough that syrup isn't necessary. Serve with any fruit topping if desired.

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  • Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla until fluffy.
  • Add milk and stir.
  • Dip slice of bread in mixture and put in hot, oiled skillet.
  • Cook two at a time, if possible.
  • Brown each side.
  • When done, add another batch and add shortening.
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"If you get tired of regular French Toast and would like a little change or something special for overnight guests, try this delicious breakfast treat. The consistency is crunchy, and it is sweet enough that syrup isn't necessary. Serve with any fruit topping if desired."
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  1. randadell
    very sweet, sticky, and messy. dont think I will be trying it again.
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  2. Jellyqueen
    Cajun French Toast Created by Jellyqueen
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  3. Jellyqueen
    I will admit that when I clicked on this recipe, I was expecting to find a savory/spicy french toast. What a delight to come up with this sweet confection!!! I did cut down on the sugar just a bit, and next time, I will probably cut back just a little more....but rest assured, I will be making this again.
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  4. Recipe Junkie
    If you get tired of regular French Toast and would like a little change or something special for overnight guests, try this delicious breakfast treat. The consistency is crunchy, and it is sweet enough that syrup isn't necessary. Serve with any fruit topping if desired.
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