piece of challah french toast

Challah French Toast Recipe

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French toast is a great way to use leftover bread and is very easy to make.  French toast is great for breakfast, especially with maple syrup! You can also enjoy easy french toast as a tasty treat or dessert any time :)

French toast taste can range from good to excellent.  The way to get the *excellent* french toast is to make it from challah bread!  Challah produces the yummiest french toast possible!

Challah french toast sprinkled with cinnamon and powdered sugar is the king of french toast :)

piece of challah french toast

Ingredients You Need For Challah French Toast Recipe:

1 small challah, sliced
2 eggs
2 cups of milk
Powdered sugar
Cinnamon
2 tbsp oil

Directions How To Make Challah French Toast:

Whisk the eggs in a bowl, then pour in the milk and mix.

Heat the oil in a large non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat (I use 2 frying pans on 2 burners, 1 tbsp of oil in each pan).

Dip each challah slice in the egg and milk mixture on both sides.  Put dipped challah slices on a frying pan.  Cook for 3 minutes (or until the underside is golden-brown), then flip each slice with a spatula and cook for another 3 minutes (or until both sides are golden-brown).

Remove from the frying pan unto large plates so the french toast pieces are in a single layer.  Sprinkle with powdered sugar and cinnamon.  Enjoy your french toast with maple syrup – YUM YUM!

French toast tastes best when eaten immediately, but is also pretty good even the next day after you reheat it in a microwave.  I usually make a large portion of french toast and save some for next day’s breakfast too :)

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  1. Laurie Domingue Grayson
    Laurie Domingue Grayson says:

    In Louisiana we make Pan Padeux (lost bread) French toast. The variant in the recipe is we add the cinnamon and sugar to the egg and milk mixture and use old loaf of French bread. Pan dry in butter then sprinkle with powered sugar. Amazing!!!
    Love your blog!!

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