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French Toast

I use the Basic Bread, Coconut Bread or Almond Bread recipes to make French toast in the morning. It’s a real treat. INGREDIENTS Basic, Coconut , or Almond Bread 3 eggs

Coconut oil

1) Slice the bread of your choice a 1⁄4 inch thick.

2) Scramble the eggs in a bowl and add a tiny bit of water to the mix.

3) Heat up coconut oil in a pan on the stove.

4) Dip the bread into the scrambled egg mixture and place the bread onto the hot pan.

5) Fry the bread in oil, flip it at least twice in the pan, until the bread is golden brown on both sides.

6) Place the french toast on a plate and drizzle it with a small amount of maple syrup.

7) Serve warm.

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