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French toast, the real recipe - video recipe !


Ok, you think you know French toast better than anyone. But have you ever done it the French way ? This recipe was originally made to use stale bread ! The greatest way ever to stop food waste !

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Recipe type: Dessert
Number of serving: 8 servings
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
Ready in: 30 minutes
Difficulty: Very Easy
Calories: 129 Kcal (1 serving)
ProPoints: 3 (1 serving)

Ingredients:

- 1 stale baguette or piece of bread ( it can be fresh as well)
- 3 eggs
- 3 Tbsp sugar
- 2 tsp vanilla sugar
- 2 cups milk
- butter

Preparation:

Step 1 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 1:

Mix the eggs with the sugar and the vanilla sugar.

Step 2 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 2:

Add the milk.

Step 3 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 3:

Cut the bread into slices.

Step 4 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 4:

Dip the slices into the previous mi. Stay ong enough so the bread is really well soaked.

Step 5 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 5:

Heat some butter in a pan, and cook the slices. The first side for 5 minutes the other one for 3.

Step 6 - French toast, the real recipe - Video recipe !

Step 6:

There you are, you real French toasts are ready !

Nutritional informations (for 1 serving):

129Kcal6%

Calories

15.1g5%

Carbo

5.1g8%

Total fat

2.5g12%

Saturated fat

5.5g11%

Proteins

0.4g2%

Fibers

8.1g9%

Sugar

* Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet * 1 serving = 99g





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