Restaurant Style French Toast At Home: Week 3 Recipe

Restaurant Style French Toast may sound daunting and difficult to make when you first read it but this recipe will make you say:  Restaurant Style French Toast?  Who wants some?

The key two making a restaurant style french toast resides in the bread.  You cannot use sliced wonder bread and expect it to have that flavor and texture that you would find at a restaurant or a diner in New Jersey.  The custard is a big part of that flavor as well, but the other component that tends to get skipped is nutmeg.  That is the secret to the french toast I prepare in my kitchen.

Enough chatter about restaurant style french toast……here is the recipe.

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Restaurant Style French Toast

Restaurant Style French Toast may sound daunting and difficult to make when you first read it but this recipe will make you say: Restaurant Style French Toast? Who wants some?

SERVINGS 2
PREP TIME 15 mins
COOK TIME 5-8 mins

 

Ingredients

 

Instructions

  1. Slice the bread into 1" thick pieces and set aside. 
     
  2. In a large bowl whisk together the eggs, coconut milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and coconut sugar.
     
  3. Place one slice of bread into the custard and allow to sit for 5-10 seconds per side.
     
  4. As you are getting the bread prepared melt 1 tbsp coconut oil and when the pan is hot add two slices of bread.
     
  5. Allow the bread to cook 3-5 minutes or until golden brown and then flip and cook another 3-5 minutes.
     
  6. Remove the French Toast from the pan and repeat the coating in custard, melting of the coconut oil and cooking two slices of bread.
     
  7. Place two slices of the French Toast per plate and using a wire mesh snow the powdered sugar over the top.
     
  8. Add fruit and serve warm.

END RESULT

Restaurant Style French Toast At Home: Week 3 Recipe
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I grew up in New York and lived there for 34 years until I got divorced and moved 1600 miles to my new home in Texas.  I love New York and miss it but that does not mean that Texas hasn’t been great to me because it has.  It was here that I discovered endurance sports and specifically the sport of triathlon.  Triathlon has given me new life through all the challenges it presents.  I no longer look at life the same way and I can say that is in part due to my endeavor into this sport.