Nothing is hard about french toast, really, as long as you have the bread making down (although we did think about making it with pancakes - that wouldn't be traditional french toast, but, hey, maybe we'd start a new tradition ;) ).
|Ducks and french toast, resting in the morning sunshine.|
For an easy bread recipe, go here to my quick bread recipe, or use your favorite gluten-free bread. For a quick and easy breakfast treat, try making several loaves of bread in one day, freeze it, then pull out a loaf the night before.
|Funny picture . . . the cat wanted some ;).|
French Toast (Gluten, Dairy, Corn-free)
1 cup milk*
about 1/2 a loaf allergen-free bread
lard or other cooking fat
powdered sugar or maple syrup**
1. Whisk together the eggs, milk and cinnamon. Dip the bread in the mixture, letting soak for several seconds, depending on how moist the bread is.
2. Melt the cooking fat on a griddle. Cook until golden brown on each side, flipping once.
*You may use non-dairy milk, I used goat milk.
**This is corn-free as long as you use corn-free powdered sugar and/or syrup.
|One more duck picture ;).|