How about that? I finally got around to make some French Toast after talking about it for… *thinking* a few months, maybe a year. Point is: being back on track with Zumba classes and working out has put me in a fantastic mood and I’m motivated to get a ton of stuff done, except when it comes to writing. I guess I’m not into sitting down. Last Sunday morning, I was all pumped up and happy and whipped together the batter for the French Toast and my husband, who is much better at stovetop cooking that I am, took over and cooked it up! Teamwork is awesome! 😉
Recipe via Pinterest: http://tastesbetterfromscratch.com/2015/02/classic-french-toast.html
You will find the ingredients and how to make it there! 🙂
There were some little changes:
- Milk replaced by almond milk
- Flour replaced by Coconut flour
- Batter made 7 slices of bread (POM brand) instead of 8
I have no idea why it took me so long to put together French Toast. Honestly, it was so simple to do. The hardest part was thinking of how to replace the flour, mostly because I don’t have all-purpose flour since I haven’t baked since I tried to go gluten-free. The brand I currently have is really disgusting and I can’t imagine using it for this but luckily, I did have coconut flour and man, it was so great. It wasn’t enough for the taste or the smell to be an issue.
I haven’t eaten French Toast due to dietary issues since I was a little girl and this was so good! My husband says he burnt it but I thought it was great. He also isn’t a fan of cinnamon spiced sort of bread-like desserts so I think he wasn’t quite as much of a fan as I was. I didn’t even think the cinnamon was too overbearing. It added a nice delicately spiced taste to it. I topped it with some powdered sugar and maple syrup and that was so good. I’m addicted. I already want to make a second batch and explore the world of French Toast to see what variations there are.
Do you like French Toast?