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Easy French Toasts to try out

Photo credit: Martha Stewart — by Akpo Uyeh
Photo credit: Martha Stewart — by Akpo Uyeh

Guess what is on the menu list today? It is French Toast! Whoop! Whoop!!There are toasts but French Toasts surpasses then all :)

Asides being very crunchy, French Toast is nutritious. It is very easy to make, saves a lot of time. A ready meal you can have for breakfast , runch or lunch.

Here are the ingredients needed:

Photo credit: SnapGuide — by Akpo Uyeh
Photo credit: SnapGuide — by Akpo Uyeh

* 4 Slices of thick bread

* 1 Cup of heavy cream

* 2 Eggs

* 3/4 Cups of Sugar

* 1/2 Teaspoon of Nutmeg

* 1/4 Cup of clarified butter

Method of preparation:

1. Whisk the eggs and sugar together then whisk in the cream

2. Add the nutmeg and mix well

3. Soak the bread for about 1 minute until well saturated

4. Heat a skillet over medium heat and add clarified butter

5. Allow both sides to get brown

6. If needed you can finishcooking in a 350 degrees oven until done

Voila! Your French toast is ready to eat! This recipe serves 2. Bon Apetit!

photo crdit: Kitchme — by Akpo Uyeh
photo crdit: Kitchme — by Akpo Uyeh
This article was originally published on @diddie