Deep Fried French Toast

"I haven't made this recipe in many years, but it is a great change for a special occasion,like Christmas morning. It is pretty rich, but it is really yummy!"
photo by Kyle B. photo by Kyle B.
photo by Kyle B.
photo by Jamie Renee photo by Jamie Renee
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  • Mix dry ingredients first,then add Milk and Eggs.
  • Beat all ingredients well.
  • Cut Bread in half.
  • Dip Bread into batter and fry in 1/2 inch oil ultil light brown.
  • My personal preference is using Hawaian Bread in lieu of regular white Bread, really sweet, but has a great flavor, a very nice change from the same ol same ol. I also love to sprinkle cinnamon on the dipped Bread just before frying, my family loves cinnamon on our French Toast.
  • You could also sprinkle some Powdered sugar on top when ready to serve.

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  1. A crispy breakfast for the toast, this bread is made and mixed with milk and eggs and cooked to golden-brown sweetness.
  2. It taste great!! Funny thing is I forgot to add eggs and kept wondering y it was so thick so I kept thinning it out with milk lol.
  3. Anything less than five stars is absolutely wrong!!! This dish is easy to make. I hope that whoever else Stumbles Upon (no pun intended) this dish is sure to have a winner especially with teenagers, especially, because I am one!
  4. This has been our New Year's Day morning tradition for over 10 years now. I came by this morning just to print a new copy of the recipe since my original is getting pretty ragged. Everyone loves this ! We've served anywhere from 3 to 15 people on New Year's Day over the years and always get rave also is one sure way to get the kids home for the holiday, as they hate to miss our annual meal. If you haven't tried this yet, treat yourself!
  5. So easy and my family loved it! I substitute self-rising flour for the flour, salt, and baking powder, and that made it even easier! I added a little bit of vanilla extract. I did run out of batter before I ran out of bread, but otherwise, perfect!


  1. I thought this was some of the best French Toast I've ever made. I made it with the sliced Hawaiian Bread and added a little nutmeg to the batter per another poster's recommendation. We served it with Boysenberry preserves instead of syrup and it was incredible!



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