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almond french toast


At my daughter's preschool you can sign up at the beginning of the year to have a loaf of challah delivered to your child's cubby every friday. The kids love it, and often the bag is ripped into first thing after school and the bread is devoured as an after school snack. On the weekends that the loaf lasts until saturday morning, this french toast is one of my favorite breakfasts. Make the french toast as you normally would (beat a couple eggs with a little milk and a splash of vanilla, dip the bread into this mixture and let it soak it up) and then dip the slices into a plate full of sliced almonds. Brown it on the griddle or in a skillet with some melted butter. Delicious!

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This looks so delicious, and easy enough for even me to do it! I'm gonna try it someday. I'm not scared of this recipe.

April 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDiana

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