Apple Pie French Toast

Apple Pie French Toast

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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Apple Pie French Toast
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When Jill was away I made some meatballs for the week to use in various recipes. I happened to also buy a loaf of Italian bread. So I sliced it up and let it get rock hard and dried out. Jill likes for me to make French Toast on the weekends when she wakes up at 3pm.

My wiring wont allow me to just stick with one recipe and let it ride. I am perpetually tricking it up or trying to make it different. On my last trip to Penzey’s, their monthly free spice was “Apple Pie” seasoning.

By the way, it’s been a while since I have talked about Penzey’s Spices. You can buy from them on line or you might be fortunate to have one in your city. I keep a rolling list of needed spices and pop in their once a month or so to replenish my spices and pick up my monthly freebie. https://www.penzeys.com/ They have packs you can buy that are great for showers or gifts. I love turning people on to superior products that are not priced that way.

Ingredients:
Penzey’s Apple Pie spice
3 one inch cut italian bread (stale)
5 eggs
1/2 cup of whole milk or cream or a combo
Splash of Orange Juice
Vanilla extract (Penzey’s)

Directions:
1. Whisk your eggs and pour in the rest of the ingredients to that same bowl. Mix it up well. Place your bread in the mixture and let it soak up the egg/milk mixture.

2. On a buttered medium heated flat top pan, cook your toast until golden (or dark) brown. Top with butter, powdered sugar, maple syrup or whatever else floats your boat. Would be fun to chop some green apples with butter and brown sugar and caramelize them and use as a topping.

Enjoy with a paper and a cup of coffee

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