Welcome back to our comprehensive guide on How To Be A Master Chef for beginners and food enthusiasts! In today’s posts, we’ll go over breakfast breads such as French toast, pancakes and waffles! If you’ve ever wanted to be a master chef, the time is now, so let’s get started!
Learn how to make perfect scrambled eggs and bacon just like a master chef with this guide to Mastering Breakfast: The Basics for Beginners.
Breakfast Breads & Butter
Carbohydrates are awesome. This section will go over some great breakfast carbs that will keep you feeling full and energized throughout the day. Don’t worry about getting tired while tending to your garden after eating these breads!
French Toast, Pancakes & Waffles
Who hasn’t had French toast? That stuff is phenomenal! Making French toast is super easy and rewarding. Our biggest issue is we tend to eat it as it is being made because it is so good! How can you wait for something so great? Just dip some stale bread into an mixture of egg, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon, fry it in a skillet, and toss some butter and syrup on top and you have a breakfast fit for a king!
Pancakes and waffles are really easy to make too. You can get premixed batter, or you can always make it yourself. Toss in some chocolate chips, blueberries, walnuts, or anything else you enjoy as well! To make waffles, you’ll need a waffle iron, but pancakes simply need batter and a skillet (preferably non-stick). Butter every breakfast bread for added flavor!
Try this French toast recipe out:
French Toast To Cause A Feeding Frenzy
Prep Time: Around 5 min, Cook Time: Around 5 min, Yield: 4 servings
- 8 slices of challah bread
- 4 eggs
- ¼ cup of cream
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon butter
- Heat up your skillet to medium heat.
- Break your eggs, beat them, add cream, vanilla extract, and cinnamon. Whisk some more.
- Put slices of bread into the mixture and turn them over to coat both sides. Let them sit in the mixture for a minute to allow them to soak up the mixture.
- Butter the skillet.
- Dip both sides of the bread in the mixture one more time before placing them on the skillet. The slices can touch, but avoid overlapping them.
- Cook for 2 minutes and check to see if it is golden brown. If it is, flip them.
- Remove the French toast and cover with butter and syrup.
Complete your breakfast with great-tasting coffee. Learn how to make pour overs like a Barista champion with this Pour Over Coffee Brew Guide for Beginners.
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