Orange Cinnamon French Toast

Mmmmmmmmm, so good.

You will need: (for one serving)

2 slices bread
1 egg
Orange juice

(Yeah, it’s not very exact, but it’s good, trust me)

If you are making several servings in the same container just multiply the amounts.

Melt about 1 tbsp butter in the bottom of the dish you will be baking the toast in. Add a good drizzle of honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Stir it all together.

In a shallow bowl scramble the egg and add about 1/8 cup of orange juice. If you want a real punch of orange flavor you could probably add a bit of orange extract.

Dredge one piece of bread in the egg mixture and place in the bottom of your baking dish. Add a couple very thin pats of butter on top, drizzle with a bit more honey and sprinkle on a bit of cinnamon. Dredge the second slice of bread in the egg mixture and lay on top of the first piece. Do not add honey, cinnamon, or butter to the top of this one.

Bake in a 400 degree oven for 20 minutes or until brown on top.

Remove from the oven and invert the French toast onto a plate. Add a bit more butter and honey on top and dive in.

It’s not low-cal, it’s not low-carb, your doctor would probably have a heart attack if he knew you were eating this but it is just soooooooo good.


2 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Poof said,

    Thanks for making me drool all over my keyboard. MMMMM…you need to come and visit and cook for me. hee hee!

  2. 2

    nancyhorn said,

    Hiya, Love the blog. We just made Brioche French Toast & Cinnamon Rolls and would love for you to come check them out on my blog. Thanks!


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