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Mouthwatering Monday – Cinamon Rasin French Toast

When it comes to cooking, I want recipes that are both delicious and E.A.S.Y. (I must stress the easy part) Following is a super easy recipe for cinnamon raisin french toast that will leave your family wanting more. It’s a recipe my husband prepared just last week (he’s the real cook in our house) and it received rave reviews from our boys.

I hope you enjoy it!

10 – 12 Slices of Thick Cut Cinnamon Raisin Bread*
*Leave it out overnight so it gets slightly stale
3 Eggs
TSP Vanilla
TSP Cinnamon
3/4 Cup of Heavy Cream
1 Pint of Strawberries, Sliced Thin
2 Bananas, Sliced Thin
Whipped Cream
Maple Syrup

* You will need to heat your skillet/griddle to medium
Scramble eggs in a large bowl; add heavy cream, vanilla and cinnamon. Dip cinnamon raisin bread in mixture, coating both sides for about 30 seconds each. Place on non-stick griddle and let cook until the bread is golden brown on both sides. Remove from heat and top with sliced strawberries, bananas, maple syrup and whip cream.

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10 Responses to “Mouthwatering Monday – Cinamon Rasin French Toast”

  1. This sounds so good! I’m not good at making breakfast – but I LOVE eating it! ;)

  2. um. YUM!!!!!!! That is completely on the level of TONGUEGASMIC!


  3. That sounds great! I have a new (to me) bread machine. I think I will make some cinnamon bread in it and give this a try.
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. I adore French toast and this sounds so good. I might make it for dinner…

  5. Also, you must tell me how you grill peaches. I want to try that!

  6. I really wish I hadn’t seen that at 9:30 at night when I am HUNGRY….now nothing will taste good EXCEPT THAT.

  7. Looks delish! I’ll try it this weekend.

  8. Yum! I might try that this weekend.

  9. Hi Shannan. Looks great and I’m sure it’s totally fat free, of course!I wonder if this would work with the GF foccacia I just made.

  10. delicious! french toast was the first recipe I learned to make as a kid but I never stray from white/wheat bread. I need to try cinnamon raisin

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