Traditional French Toast

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Christmas recipes are always delicious, aren't they? Today, you will learn how to make a great Traditional French Toast Recipe, to prepare for your family, friends and guests and surprise everyone.

Despite being very tasty, the french toast is super practical and easy to make, being ready in about 15 minutes and yielding up to 16 servings, ideal for everyone at the table.

Also called golden slices, french toast is a very traditional sweet at Christmas dinner and is made in several countries at this time of year, especially in Portugal. Its preparation is very old and dates back to the XNUMXth century, having been passed from generation to generation with very few changes.

I think almost everyone has tried a good French toast, especially in childhood, and precisely because of this, its flavor has a nostalgic quality, reminding us of the Christmas season in our childhood.

A supper without french toast is not a real supper, however, it is not just for this moment that dessert should be made. If you wish, prepare it out of season and its flavor will continue to please everyone who tastes it, that's for sure.

And as said at the beginning of the text, the Traditional French Toast recipe is incredibly easy to make, takes few ingredients and has a very short preparation time. That way, even those people who are not used to preparing desserts will be able to make and taste this delight.

To do this, just follow the step by step carefully, separate the right ingredients and that's it, you'll get an excellent final result!

Anyway, now that we've talked about the french toast, let's get to what really matters. To learn how to prepare the Traditional French Toast recipe, keep reading.

Ingredients for Traditional French Toast Recipe

  • 1 baguette of French bread or 4 French breads
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 beaten eggs
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon
  • cinnamon to taste
  • sugar to taste
  • sunflower oil for frying

How to make Traditional French Toast Recipe


Cut the baguette into medium slices. In a refractory, mix the cow's milk with the condensed milk and dip the bread slices until they are very wet.


In another refractory, beat the eggs and add the cinnamon. Dip the slices of bread soaked in milk in the beaten eggs.


Fry in hot oil and drain the french toast on paper towels. Then pass in a refractory with cinnamon and sugar to taste.

Now that you've learned how to make this delicious Traditional French Toast, how about also knowing other very tasty and practical recipes that we have here on the blog My Recipes? We have many options for snacks, treats and other delicious delicacies to make your day better.

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