During the fall season there’s an air of peacefulness, of home, and of comfort. People are lighting fall candles, taking out the winter blankets and making their favorite holiday recipes. Every holiday season I am excited to make my “famous” French Toast. This is the same French Toast recipe…I tend to stick to the one that I love most. The brown sugar & apple syrup is optiounal but highly recommended to give it the perfect taste for fall.
4 slices of white bread
A splash of almond milk (or regular)
Dash or 2 of cinnamon
Drop or 2 of vanilla extract
Brown Sugar & Apple Syrup
About 1/2-1 cup brown sugar
About 1/2 cup water
8 small-medium apples
Chop apples into 1 inch slices. Put water, brown sugar and apples into a deep frying pan. Turn the heat to medium high.
In a bowl stir eggs, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla extract. Turn a different frying pan on medium and add butter to lightly grease the pan.
Check on your apple syrup… adjust heat if necessary.
Dip a bread slice in the French Toast mixture, making sure each side is coated, than gently place on the buttered frying pan. Repeat.
Be paitent! You want your French Toast cooked thoroughly, so it’s a light brown and slightly crispy. Your brown sugar and water should turn into a nice syrup consistency.
Simply pour the brown sugar & apple syrup over your French Toast (no butter needed)….and enjoy!