10-Minute French Toast

With the weather here in Arkansas teetering on a snowpocalypse, I anticipate being snowed in for at least a day or two. That being said, I get stir crazy easily, which normally leads me to the kitchen. However, I can’t experiment while being snowed in so we can save our groceries until we aren’t barricaded under blankets by the fire, so I just fix my simplest, tried and true recipes. One of my favorites being French toast.


1/3 cup buttermilk

1/3 cup milk

4 teaspoons cinnamon

4 eggs

8 slices bread

Butter (no specific amount- use as needed)

Maple syrup (optional- to top)



Melt butter in a pan on medium heat.

In a bowl wide enough for your bread to fit in, whisk together eggs, milk, buttermilk, and cinnamon.


Place bread in the mixture and coat both sides. Move to pan.


Lightly brown both sides of the bread and remove.

french toast


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