How to Make French Toast

A delicious meal that is not very hard to make.
by Updated April 10, 2013

French toast is one of the easiest meals you can make for yourself that tastes great. To make this breakfast even better, make sure you have some real Vermont maple syrup on hand to pour on top of your French toast. Here’s how to make delicious French toast.

2 eggs
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon vanilla - (optional)
4-5 slices bread
2 tablespoons butter
Maple syrup

In a mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, salt, milk and vanilla. Dip the slices of bread in the egg mixture on both sides and sauté with melted butter in a skillet on medium heat. Lightly brown the slices of bread on both sides. Makes two servings.

Toppings may include:

  • Maple syrup – Real Vermont or Upstate New York maple syrup is the best.
  • Cinnamon with sugar – Sprinkle a little bit on top of your French Toast for an extra bit of flavor.
  • Whip cream – A little whip cream can really add to an already outstanding breakfast.
  • Strawberries – French toast with strawberries is a delight, but don’t forget the whip cream.
  • Fruit – You may also like your French toast with other fruits, like blueberries or raspberries.
  • Powdered sugar – It can add a little something extra.



anonymous by shikabob on 10/8/2007
you really helped me to make an english breakfast for my first days in America
anonymous by sydney on 11/11/2007
idk i havent tried it yet because we ran out of eggs =[
anonymous by dope on 1/20/2008
you should double the recipe to make more
anonymous by Alex on 1/29/2008
This french toast is great everyone should try it!
anonymous by mckell on 2/13/2008
how do you make 1 or 2 pieces???
anonymous by amy on 4/22/2008
lovin' it! im sick with the flu and i've been home this whole week, and im sick of eating chips for breakfast, so i pondered and realized i would really enjoy some french toast. but im horrrrrrible at cooking baking whatever you call it. so im still kind of scared to make it. but since it is so "easy." im sure i can do it! thanks for giving me a recipe that even i can probably do! and french toast is delicious
anonymous by David Mac Lean on 5/5/2008
Was great! i just finished eating the french toast. without salt or maple syrup. i had it with cinn, and splenda. was amazing. firs time i ever cooked french toast.
anonymous by ruki on 5/6/2008
i'm going to try it! i've been having rice for breakfast my whole life, its about time to try something new!
anonymous by Tina on 10/17/2008
Hooray Thanks that was quick and simple enough.

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