Friday, December 4, 2009

French Toast

Yesterday we made French Toast for afternoon tea - inspired by Playschool.

You'll need...
*2-3 eggs
*1/2 cup milk (approx)
cinnamon (optional)
Butter to cook with.

Get the kids to crack the eggs into a cup and pour them into something just larger than a slice of bread.
Measure the milk and pour it in.
Sprinkle in a couple of shakes of cinnamon.
Whisk or mix with a fork.
Heat a teaspoon of butter in a fry pan.
Place bread into egg mix let soak for a about 15 seconds turn and do the same on the other side.
Place bread fry in pan until golden on both sides.
Add a little more butter to the pan for each slice.
Serve with maple syrup or honey.

We used normal grainy bread and gluten free grain bread.

2 eggs was enough for 4 slices of bread.

Simple, quick, easy, yummy ... enjoy!


  1. It is so important to cook with your kids! French toast is always a hit :)

  2. It sure is I have to go and buy more eggs! The kids are asking for it daily now. Thanks for reading and commenting Deb.

  3. This sounds great. My kids love to cook, I let them make choc chip muffins by themselves, it is fun and messy!

    I would love it if you could follow my blog, and I can return the favour!!! M

  4. Great simple recipe for kids. I haven't had french toast in ages!


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