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I thought I'd share a recipe I found intresting and pretty tastey. It's Chocolate French Toast, now I found this recipe on-line, and tried a small batch first and adjusted a little bit.

 

Chocolate French Toast

 

2 eggs

1/2 cup chocolate-flavored milk

2 tablespoons butter or margarine

4 slices bread

Sifted confectioners' sugar

Canned cherry pie filling or strawberry syrup or raspberry syrup

 

Crack the eggs into the mixing bowl. Beat with an egg beater or fork until the yolks and whites are mixed. Add the chocolate-flavored milk. Beat until well mixed. Pour the egg mixture into a pie plate. Put half of the butter into a skillet. Heat to medium-high.

 

Dip one slice of the bread into the egg mixture. Turn the bread over to coat the other side. Put the coated bread in the skillet. Repeat with another slice of bread. Cook until the bottoms are brown. Turn the bread over. Cook until the other side is brown. Remove the bread from the skillet. Put the remaining butter into the skillet. Repeat with the remaining bread and egg mixture.

 

Sprinkle French toast with confectioners' sugar and top with cherry pie filling or syrup

 

 

After I tried 2 pieces like this, I noticed a chocolate taste, but missed the usual french toastness I crave. So I cut down the chocolate milk some ( 1/3 cup instead of 1/2) and added cinnamon and vanilla extract , which I feel helped a lot, and even enhanced the chocolate flavor some.

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mixing milk into eggs makes them fluffy.

 

another tip from foodtv.

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"WE NEED MORE KOSHER SALT UP IN THIS MOTHER F$CKER!!!!" - Alton Brown

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alton brown is the coolest guy i know

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