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The first printed appearance of the "French toast" was in 1871. The food came from France, where it was called "perdu pain" or "lost bread". The bread used was usually old bread, which would otherwise have been "lost." The tradition was continued in Cajun and Creole cooking, where the Prerdu Pain is a classic breakfast dish.
You can place your French bread with a little vanilla or cinnamon, bake it in the oven like a bread pudding or wrap it around the sausages, but the basic ingredients are constant: bread, milk and eggs.
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Basic French Toast
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Granola Crusted French Toast
These crispy and toasted French toast cakes are perfect for a special breakfast or brunch. They can also be served as a dessert.
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This version of Pain Loss is baked in the oven, a convenience if you are cooking for a group. I like this method for a family vacation or Sunday breakfast. Use a rich piece of muffins, wand slices, challah or sourdough.
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Pizza cake toast
This is a kind of genius to serve the dense, delicious pound cake. Dip it in the eggs and fry it! Serve this delicious French fried toast with a fruit or apple fruit syrup or maple syrup.
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French toast strips of meat
Fun with French toast! Wrap your favorite sausages for breakfast prepared in slices of French toast. Swallow them and serve them with orange segments or berries and syrup.
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These family-friendly French bread sticks are flavored with cinnamon and vanilla. Use a thick, sturdy loaf for them. Texas toast is a good choice. Add bacon, ham or sausage to make this a hearty meal and serve with your family's favorite topping.
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French blueberry steak chocolate
This casserole of cinnamon toast, cinnamon, makes a special morning. The food is prepared the night before, being perfect for a holiday breakfast or brunch. This dish is similar to pudding, so it can easily double as a dessert. Top with whipped cream or serve hot with ice cream.
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Cinnamon French toast
This version is made with a whole egg and two egg whites, so it is lighter than the typical French toast. Cinnamon and a nutmeg leaf spice up this dish. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and serve with maple syrup, sorghum, or cane syrup.
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French pumpkin toast with spiced cider syrup
The spices and pumpkin preserved in the egg dough make this French toast very moist and dropped. This is a great choice for breakfast in October and November, and the apple cider syrup is great!
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Basic French toast sticks
These are the French bread toasts that children love. They are flavored with a little vanilla. Sprinkle with powdered sugar or pour with a favorite syrup.
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