Yes, most French Toast calls for milk! One day years back when I didn’t have any on hand, I experimented to see what would happen if I went without. It became my preferred method! Because there is less liquid involved, the egginess is slightly more prominent, but this creates a heartiness that I truly love. Don’t worry, it’s plenty sweet once toppings such as syrup and fruit are added!
Bread Of Choice
Eggs (Roughly 2 eggs per 2 bread slices)
Saigon Cinnamon (Such as the variety from McCormick)
Toppings Of Choice (Maple Syrup, Extra Cinnamon, Fresh Berries…Whatever you like!)
Warm up a nonstick pan on medium heat
Grab your favorite bread and set aside
Scramble up enough eggs to cover the slices – roughly 2 eggs per 2 bread slices
Add a generous sprinkle of saigon cinnamon to the scramble
Coat your slices in the egg/cinnamon mixture and cook evenly on each side
Add your favorite toppings (I personally love dark maple syrup, some extra cinnamon, and fresh berries)
It tastes like a PB&J sandwich turned oatmeal bowl! It’s not overly sweet, and the textures of the oats, cherries, and creamy peanut butter topping make for a super satisfying yet ridiculously easy breakfast on hectic mornings. Bonus – They’re vegan and gluten free!
1/2 Cup Quick Oats with Water (I love Bob’s Red Mill – Gluten Free)