French Toast with Italian Bread

It’s an international affair for my food post today. Okay, not really – it’s just French Toast, but while the quick french toast breakfast I had as a kid usually consisted of regular white bread from the likes of Wonder Bread or Pepperidge Farm, I used a loaf of italian bread for this breakfast. I’m still all for the regular white bread, but I wanted to be a little fancier this time around.

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I wanted nice, thick slices of french toast so that’s how I sliced up the loaf. Then, I made your standard french toast dipping mixture consisting of eggs, milk, sugar, and cinnamon.

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Cook until both sides (after flipping) are slightly browned. I know some people like to eat their french toast with syrup, but I prefer powdered sugar. And to pretty up the plate and create a more filling breakfast I made some bacon and washed some blackberries and raspberries.

I hope you’re having a delicious breakfast this weekend!

7 Comments Add yours

  1. I’ll have to try that it looks delicious

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    1. It is and super easy to make 🙂

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  2. That looks interesting, but so good. I’m definitely gonna have to give that a try

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    1. Let me know how you like it!

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  3. LOL@ International affair!
    I kinda like that idea, haha!!
    The powdered sugar really sets this dish off and complimenting it with those pretty berries is perfection.
    Happy new week lady love<3

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    1. Thanks! Have a good week too – I hope you’re feeling better!

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      1. I sure am, thank you!!

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