Make Crunchy French Toast for Breakfast

How To : Prepare a traditional French toast breakfast

Chef John with Food Wishes demonstrates how to prepare a traditional French toast breakfast. First, add two eggs, a half a cup of milk, vanilla to taste, salt, cinnamon and all spice to a bowl. Whisk the ingredients together. Then, slice bread about an inch thick and soak it i ...more

How To : 12 Food Hacks for Perfect French Toast, Every Time

French toast is one of those things that everybody kind of knows how to make, but few people know how to do really well. And while the dish originally does hail from France (its original name, pain perdu, means lost or wasted bread), it has become a beloved American breakfast ...more

How To : Make eggy bread

This classic breakfast, also called French toast, is loved the whole world over. It's simply scrumptious. Make eggy bread. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com

How To : Make a Peach French toast bake

Make this dish in advance and pop it right into the oven on Sunday morning. Use whole grain bread, eggs, low-fat milk, vanilla, frozen peaches, brown sugar, and cinnamon. There is nothing better than a peach French toast bake to supplement a healthy breakfast.

How To : Make Gordon Ramsay's pain perdu with peaches

Watch as Gordon Ramsay comes into your kitchen to show you how to cook like pro. He shows you how to prepare pain perdu with caramelized peaches and a raspberry coolie. Because this dish is a lot like French toast it makes it perfect for breakfast. Make Gordon Ramsay's pain pe ...more

How To : Make a homemade cinnamon swirl bread loaf

Don't you just love cinnamon swirl bread? Especially the kind with raisins? Well, you don't have to buy it at the grocery store anymore, always worrying about that freshness date, you can make it yourself, right in your own home! This video recipe will show you both the regula ...more

How To : Cook matcha French toast

You've heard of matchs green tea making a great beverage, but how about it making a delicious breakfast item. In this cooking how to video our Japanese host demonstrates how to prepare and cook matcha French toast. You can even brew a cup of match teach to go with your French ...more

How To : Prepare French toast with the Rookie Cook

A lot of people complain about France, but the French have give us lots of wonderful things French Fries, Marcel Marceau, the French kiss and don't forget about French toast. Learn how to make great tasting homemade French toast with the Rookie Cook. All you need for this brea ...more

How To : Make Cinnamon French Toast the Quick and Easy Way

I wanted to share with you guys my quick and easy cinnamon french toast recipe. I have been craving some french toast all week. The items you will need is: eggs, milk, cinnamon, bread, powdered sugar. This is a great and easy breakfast to make. Check out my video for a great s ...more

How To : Make amazing and sweet overnight French toast

Check out this video for a step by step on making overnight French toast. This recipe is sweet and sugary and makes a fantastic dessert or a daring breakfast. Eat this in moderation, however, because it involves lots of butter and sugar. This recipe is unique in that it sits ...more

How To : Make New Orleans French toast with Sunny Anderson

Sunny Anderson cooks up delectable New Orleans style French toast. Watch as she cooks with an understanding of everyday life and that real people deserve down-to-earth delicious meals; Cooking for Real offers real food, for real life. Serving up solutions for easy to prepare, ...more

Passing By : House Café on Beverly

House Café offers traditional American food with a heavy Mexican influence. The restaurant is located near Crescent Heights and Beverly Blvd, sandwiched between The Grove and The Beverly Hills Mall. We’ve (wife and I) visited this restaurant several times, here are our impress ...more

How To : Prepare baked french toast

This video explains how to make authentic French toast when entertaining guests. The recipe requires some preparation to be performed the night before the guests arrive, as well as some baking the morning of the event. This recipe really captures the essence of French toast by ...more

How To : Make French toast with bananas Foster

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a great french toast with banana foster. First, make a caramel. It consists of corn syrup, butter, and brown sugar. Once it is nice and smooth, pour it in a pan. Butter the dish before pouring it in. Now, cut french bread and pl ...more

How To : Make a Full Breakfast—Without a Skillet

Aren't the weekends extra special when they include a bacon, egg, and pancake breakfast? We call it "Lazy Sunday" for a reason. Actually, who needs it to be a weekend? Monday it is! Make Perfect Poached Eggs Every Single Time But who wants to wake up, prep for a half-hour, a ...more

How To : The Proper Way to Make a French Omelet

A classic French omelet is supposed to be completely cooked through with no brown edges. This is a delicate balance to strike, though. I always find that the moment I flip an omelet, it completely falls apart—unless it's so well-done it's rubbery, of course. However, I've fou ...more

How To : Make your own French crullers at home

Do you remember the first time you tried a French cruller, or a French donut? We can bet it certainly wasn't the last time you had one of those melt-in-your-mouth sugar and cake bombs. Made with crunchy and flaky dough and topped with a glazed shell, crullers are delicious alt ...more

How To : Make French toast with Italian panettone bread

In this video, we learn how to make french toast with panettone bread. First, mix 2 eggs with a small amount of milk and orange juice. Add vanilla, brown sugar and cinnamon to the bowl and mix together. Now grab your panettone bread and cut it into thick slices. Dip the bread ...more

How To : 10 Surprising Things You Can Do with Nutella

You may have enjoyed Nutella-covered toast or Nutella-covered banana slices in the past, but you haven't really enjoyed the full potential of Nutella's hazel-nutty, chocolatey goodness until 've had Nutella-covered bacon for breakfast. Here are other unusual ways to enjoy you ...more

How To : 40 Damn Cool Things You Can Do with Eggs

All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooki ...more

How To : Screw Sandwiches—Toast Is Where It's At

Local cafés and food bloggers are catching onto a gourmet toast trend that makes bread and butter look like movies before color TV was invented. While the classics will always remain, there is a new way to make toast that is appealing in flavor, color, and texture—by topping ...more

How To : 8 Delicious Frozen Waffle Food Hacks

Just like Leslie Knope, I love waffles. Unlike that imaginary character, I don't require that my waffles come from JJ's Diner. I have a deep affinity for frozen waffles as well as the homemade ones. They're so convenient! A few moments in the toaster, and you have a great foun ...more

How To : Clone Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos at Home

Doritos Locos Tacos were the brilliant concoction of a man named Todd Mills who never worked for Taco Bell, and never made any money from his creation. He originally pitched the idea to Frito-Lay, and when they said no, he took matters into his own hands by creating a Facebook ...more

How To : You Don't Need a Recipe to Make Delicious Granola

There are literally hundreds of granola recipes floating around the internet—but I can tell you right now that they're all completely unnecessary. You don't need a recipe to make granola; I've been making granola for years and have never once used one! Just as with any good c ...more

How To : 5 Amazing 2-in-1 Meals to Satisfy Your Munchies

We've all been there. You can't decide what you want to eat and, even more confusingly, you want two distinctly different things, whether it's sweet and salty, Chinese and, well, cheese. Chances are when you're in this state of indecision, you also want to make this mythically ...more

News : Blowtorches Aren't Just for Crème Brûlée

One of the most mind-blowing meals I ever ate occurred when I was 12 years old. The main course and sides were good, if unmemorable, but my jaw dropped during dessert when my friend's mother whipped out a blowtorch—as in a bona fide welding torch from the hardware store—to fin ...more

How To : Turn a Tortilla into a French Crêpe

Making a good crêpe takes practice and commitment. The batter is rich—most recipes incorporate melted butter, whole milk, and several eggs—and the cooking of the crêpe requires good technique. You have to learn to deposit and swirl just the right amount of batter to get the th ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 2

If you've already read the first part exploring what geniuses actually eat as opposed to what the rest of us are told to eat for brain health, you've noticed that there are some big discrepancies. Instead of favoring healthy, wholesome foods high in antioxidants, lots of high- ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 1

It's common knowledge that certain foods foster brain development, health, and memory. Fish almost always makes the list, as do any foods that are loaded with antioxidants like blueberries, nuts, whole grains, green tea, and dark chocolate. Spices like turmeric are being studi ...more

How To : Make Perfect Poached Eggs, Every Single Time

Two slices of whole-wheat toast with lots of butter. Two eggs, poached to a firm yet custardy texture. The yolks should absolutely not be hard-cooked and the whites should be tender, not rubbery. That's my idea of the perfect breakfast. A golden, runny-but-not-liquid yolk, cre ...more

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