French Toast Recipe

This is one of the very first thing I learnt how to cook successfully wayyy back – even before I knew how to fry an egg! I don’t think this is really French though?

It’s really simple anyway!

It’s way easier to use a non-stick pan for eggs and butter. At least I know that if in any case I burn the food I can easily wash them off!

This was my breakfast today and I totally enjoyed it! I had coffee to go along with it. 😀

Photo 26-4-17, 9 44 00 AM

French Toast


  1. Eggs x 2 (actually 1 is enough)
  2. Bread x 3 (2 slices is more ideal?)
  3. Butter – 2 thin slices off a slab

Note: I had more than enough egg mixture left over so I just kept coating the bread with layers of egg mixture to finish it up.


  1. Sugar – one teaspoon (optional)
  2. Salt – a dash
  3. Pepper – a dash


  1. Beat the eggs in a small bowl using a fork.
  2. Add in the seasoning and whisk the mixture so that it’s even.
  3. Melt the butter on low heat in a non-stick pan.
  4. Soak the bread in the egg mixture.
  5. Swirl the butter around the pan so that it’s evenly spread out (well try your best to spread it out)
  6. Put the egg-soaked bread on the pan and flip it every few minutes.
  7. When both sides are slightly browned they are ready!