Grandma’s French Toast Recipe

Grandmas French Toast with Butter

Mornings at Grandma and Grandpa’s house were always the best because Grandma knew how to make the best French Toast. One of the things that made Grandma’s French toast so good was that, as kids, we didn’t like the big fancy breads that our parents would always buy – the kind with all sorts of seeds and stuff in it. No, we liked our favorite white bread with everything – peanut butter jelly sandwiches, bologna sandwiches, and of course French toast. Wonder Bread was my personal favorite, but any ordinary regular white bread would do – and as far as we knew it was all Wonder Bread anyways.

Grandma’s French Toast wasn’t an industry secret by any means, and one of the things that made it so delicious was that she would add vanilla extract and cinnamon. Topped with some butter and real maple syrup with a few slices of bacon on the side and it was a breakfast feast! I remember how the syrup would get on the bacon too. Oh was that delicious!

“I made this for the my kids and had to make 2 batches. It was their favorite.” Shannon G.,  Norfolk, VA

“The most simple recipe for French toast i’ve made and i love it.” – Susan D., Sheridan, IL

Grandma's French Toast Recipe

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Serves: 3 servings

  • 3 large eggs
  • 6 slices of white bread
  • ⅓ cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  1. In a large bowl, beat eggs and whisk in vanilla, milk and cinnamon.
  2. Dunk pieces oh white bread into egg mixture quickly so that both sides are coated, but not completely soaked through.
  3. Spray griddle or pan with non-stick cooking spray and set heat to medium.
  4. Add bread with egg mixture gently and let cook on each side for about 1-2 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Serve with butter and maple syrup


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