cinnamon french toast

To get back in the groove of early morning classes I’ve been making huge filling breakfasts so it will last me until lunch break. People work 9-5 and I go to school 9-5. I usually eat a large breakfast and then a sandwich for lunch with granola bars and some sort of fruit to cover in between. This french toast recipe is pretty simple. So simple in fact I’m not sure it’s called french toast? :/

Here’s the recipe..
Cinnamon French Toast
3 pieces of sourdough bread
1 large egg (the largest you can find)
1/8 teaspoon of cinnamon (more if you like)
butter for frying

1. Heat your skillet on medium low and melt butter.
2. In a medium plate, beat the egg and add in the cinnamon. Beat to combine.
3. Dip each piece of bread in the egg mixture, turning to coat both sides.
4. Drop into melted butter and cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side. You could turn up the heat after you have all the bread in the skillet.

Hope you enjoy it šŸ™‚ It’s super simple and it screams college kid so that’s why I use it. I would like to use this time to point out to everyone that Top Shot Season 4 will be airing on the History Channel on Valentines Day this year! My big bruhder will be on there. Be sure to look for Chee Kwan as a contestant! šŸ™‚ Also here’s the link to his website ( didn’t even know he had one? Yeah, talk about leaving your little sis out of the loop! It’s all good though. When everyone wants his autograph I’ll be square because I have plenty of them and I have cool pictures of Hello Kitty and mosquito mans that he drew me. He also insisted I put up paper targets that he shot for me. Talk about corruption. Until next time! šŸ™‚

Fail Sweetly,


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