Wednesday, February 10, 2010

EGG NOG FRENCH TOAST

What's your favorite thing to make on a Snow Day? School is canceled, many can't get out to go to work, you're not going anywhere until the driveway is plowed or snowblowed. You may as well make a hot breakfast for everyone. If you like egg nog and can get your hands on some, you have GOT to try this! It's so custardy and delicious. The only thing I would change would be to use a heartier bread. All I had in the bread box was Aunt Millies Cracked Wheat bread, and it was a bit to thin for this thick, custardy recipe. I still used it, but a nice, crusty, french, bread loaf, sliced thick, would work a lot better for this.

EGG NOG FRENCH TOAST

2 eggs, beaten
1/2 cup store bought egg nog
1 tsp rum flavoring (or vanilla, it's your choice)
1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice (or 1/8 t. cinnamon + 1/8 t. nutmeg)
6 slices bread

Whisk together eggs, egg nog, rum flavoring and spices. Heat a griddle to hot. Dip bread in egg mixture, allowing it to soak in slightly. Butter (or oil) the hot griddle and place soaked bread on griddle. Cook on each side until golden brown and crispy. Serve with butter and powdered sugar or hot syrup.

*Note* To increase the recipe: for every additional 3 slices of bread, add one egg, 1/4 cup of egg nog and 1 tsp. rum flavoring (or 1/2 t. vanilla)

10 comments:

Mommy's Kitchen said...

I love french toast and egg nog. Perfect combination.

Heidi said...

I like to make snow icecream on snow days!!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Love french toast and egg nog -- this looks so yummy!

bopeep said...

That sound sooooo good....
Prayers, Bo

Gail Moore said...

This sounds delicious. I usually have to make French Toast for one of my girls whenever she gets to come home.
Maybe we will try this recipe sometime.

Deborah said...

Hi! I haven't been by in a while....I'm visiting from the KJV Blog Directory...just saying hello!

Keith and Julie Loveless said...

I agree, french loaf is definitely the best for french toast. Snowy days need a big crock pot full of chili or beef stew!

Belinda Jo Adams said...

all your recipes look yummy.

Susan said...

Are you trying to kill me, woman??!!! You've posted some delicious-looking recipes lately. Love eggnogg and french toast - great combo!

keila said...

Just passing through, so hello from Texas. That french toast looks ridiculously delicious and I MUST try it! :)Thanks for sharing the recipe! Many Blessings!