French Me Up

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I don't normally go all out on breakfast, but when I do, I make french toast. First, let me explain, this is not as difficult as it seems.

Note that this will probably make about 2 servings, 4 slices of bread.

You will need a loaf of french bread. I got mine from Target and I realized every store has their own version, so don't be alarmed if it doesn't look exactly like mine.

2 large eggs

1 tsp of ground cinnamon

1 tsp of sugar

1 tbsp of milk

1tbsp of vanilla flavoring syrup

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In a bowl, mix in all the ingredients and whisk until the cinnamon isn't all "bulky". Once that's done, you can dip both sides of slices of bread into the bowl. A little word of advice, don't leave the slices of bread in the mix for too long or else they'll soak up too much and get all soggy, and fall apart which will lead to the world ending.

In a preheated pan, with butter spread to prevent from sticking, place slices of bread and cook until golden or until you can see that the egg layer is cooked through. That means BOTH sides aka flip it!

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Okay and listen carefully, if you stick your syrup in the microwave for about 30 seconds before serving, it's get all warm and you'll feel like you just discovered gold.

Finally, enjoy.

DIYevelyn flores