Hey guys, back at it again bringing you guys my all-time favorite breakfast recipe made by yours truly; croissant french toast <3 <3 <3
Every Sunday morning I get to sleep in til 11ish AM and my whole family is home so I get to make breakfast. It’s super easy if you ask me, I don’t really use measuring cups, I sorta just eyeball things out and it never fails. I love french toast, like I mean love french toast, people be like “but waffles, but pancakes” and IM LIKE NOOOOOOOO NOOOOO, no thank you, I’ll stick to french toast.
I think my love for french toast started when I was in like 4th grade and I would play a game called “restaurant story” on my iPod touch and the thing that took the shortest to “make” was the french toast. I just remember how good it would look and I just wanted it all the time. I also use to play online on this website called wambi that had games and little featured articles and one time they had a french toast recipe one!!! I made it and messed it up but badly but my sister helped me out the second time and it was soooo good.
Vivians buttery french toast
- 4 whole- already made Crossiants from the grocery store ( I get mine from either sams club or costco, the 12ct)
- 1/2 cup of milk (whatever you like! I usually use 2% milk)
- 1 1/2 tbsps of ground cinnamon
- 2 tsp of sugar
- 1 whole egg
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- Slice croissants in half, set aside (like if you were gonna cut it to make a sandwich) You’ll have 8 slices.
- preheat stovetop to medium/low heat, spray griddle with cooking spray of choice ( I use canola spray).
- In a mixing bowl add milk, egg, sugar, grounded cinnamon, and vanilla extract. Whisk mixture till everything is well combined.
- Dip slices of croissants in mixing bowl, and place on griddle.
- cook till they look golden brown on each side.
( I usually cook them like 6mins on each side, but just keep flipping to make sure they’re not burning. adjust heat as you go)
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They’re amazing and I like to top them off with powder sugar, whatever fruit I have I’ll slice some up, and instead of maple syrup, I prefer honey. This recipe pairs very well with eggs! If you try it please let me know what you think…