Chocolate (Milk) French Toast

"What an easy idea. From the New Better Homes and Gardens Jr. Cookbook, 1989. It's not so new anymore but I like the simple idea of using chocolate milk to flavor this. You can use cherry pie filling or assorted syrups like strawberry or raspberry too. I streamlined the directions."
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  • Beat the eggs in a mixing bowl and add the chocolate milk to it.
  • Beat until well mixed.
  • Pour this into a pie plate.
  • Put half the butter or margarine (1 tbsp.) in a skillet and heat over medium-high heat.
  • Dip one slice of the bread into the egg mixture and turn the bread over to coat the other side.
  • Place the coated bread in the skillet and repeat with antoher slice.
  • Cook until the bottoms are browned and then turn the slices with a spatula and cook until the other side is browned; remove to a serving plate.
  • Put the remaining butter or margarine in and repeat the cooking process.
  • Sprinkle with powdered sugar and top with cherry pie filling or syrup if you like. (I like whipped cream)!

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  1. These were fairly tasty :) I just sprayed the pan instead of using butter, and with the first batch i had sticking problems so i switched frying pans and it worked alot better. these wern't as chocolaty as i had hoped, but they were still tasty with strawberry syrup on top and they used up the spoiling chocolate milk. 5 stars for simplicity!


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