Monday, April 8, 2013

Cinnabon Cream French Toast

This post sounds risky, but let me tell you, it's not! I personally have never liked french toast, ever. Since yesterday was conference I decided to make a big breakfast and give french toast one last chance, if it wasn't good this time  it would be on my bad foods list forever. I knew I had to make it so I would fancy it. But what to do....?

I decided put this in, instead of milk. It succeeded and it took french toast off the chopping block. If it is made this way at least.

Are you ready to hear the best part of this recipe? It doesn't even need syrup! I did use syrup on some because I ran out of my sugary mixture that I put on the french toast. But if you have the sugar mixture you won't need very much syrup or none at all! I like to bake my french toast instead of putting it on a griddle. I think it tastes better baked. :)

So would you like to know how to make it? Okay I will give you my secret recipe. I am pretty proud of myself because I thought of this on my own. I did get an idea from one recipe but mixed some ingredients up in it. I hope your ready to get sugared out. It's worth it, trust me! :D

Cinnabon Cream French Toast
Serves 5 
Invented by: Mackenzie Stockton (ME)

Texas toast bread
1 cup cinnabon coffee creamer 
4 eggs
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup butter + 1 tbs
1 tbs honey

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Melt your 1/2 cup butter in a medium skillet. Add your brown sugar and honey. Once it starts bubbling, take off burner and pour onto a plate. Take your bread and coat both sides in the brown sugar mixture. 
  • Mix your eggs  and creamer in a cake pan. (That's all you need because of the sweetness of the cream! Isn't that awesome!?)
  • Melt your 1 tbs of butter in a skillet and let the bread brown just a bit on both sides. (The reason I poured the brown sugar mixture onto a plate is because if you brown your bread in the brown sugar mixture on the skillet it will use all the sugar mixture on just one piece of bread.)
  • Once your bread is browned, dip it in your egg and cream mixture then put on a cookie sheet.
  • Bake for 20 minutes at 375 degrees.

Enjoy your yummy french toast. You will enjoy it, I promise! As I said before I don't even like french toast and I loved this! :)

Now I'm sure someone has made something like this, but I didn't look it up and I thought of it on my own so therefore I invented it. :)


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