THE FRENCH DO IT BETTER!

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Lazy Saturday and no one can be bothered to make breakfast? This recipe would be great for one of those days that I’m pretty sure we all have.  Give it a try! Be the one to treat your family to a tasty breakfast of French toast. It is extra quick to make and there is absolutely no hard work involved. You will be in and out of the kitchen before you know it and that’s a promise! The ingredients also include things that you will usually have in your fridge anyway! Hope you all try it!

Enjoy!

Recipe serves: 2-4 (depending on how hungry you are)

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HeyEater Hints & Tips

Don’t worry if you can’t find fresh cinnamon! Any type of ground cinnamon will do!

The recipe says you should remove the crusts from each slice but that’s totally up to you! Depending on how you like your French toast, I prefer them with the crusts left on! It works both ways.

To serve more people, I am pretty sure you will have enough mixture left over so just cut a few more slices of bread and coat them as stated above.
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Enjoy!
Photos by: Didun Odukale

Ingredients

2 Medium eggs

150ml semi-skimmed milk

A generous pinch or freshly grated ground cinnamon

4 slices of white bread with each slice cut into two or four (cut into four for children so they are finger sized), crusts removed from each slice

50g butter

vegetable oil for frying

1tbsp of golden caster sugar

A handful or strawberries and blueberries (optional)

Method

1. Put the eggs, milk and cinnamon into a shallow dish and beat together.

2. Dip the pieces of bread into the mixture, coating them well.

3. Heat half of the butter with 1tbsp of oil in a heavy-based frying pan. When butter is foaming fry the egg-coated bread pieces in batches, until golden brown on both sides, adding more butter and oil as needed.  Top with fruit and sprinkle with sugar to serve.

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