- Course: Main Course
- Servings: 4
- Prep. time: 10 min
They were soggy and eggy, which are two of my less favorite things in food so you can only imagine that I didn’t eat much french toasts after that!
As a major foodie, I owe it to myself to try things again, to make sure I really dislike them.
One night, we had a variety of cheeses and charcuterie for supper, along with a nice and fresh baguette. We didn’t end up finishing the baguette, so the next morning, what was left of the baguette was already stale.
While we were having coffee and discussing what I could make for breakfast, I thought to myself: Why don’t I try making french toasts!
If I use the stale baguette, the bread won’t get soggy and the egg mixture won’t soak in the whole bread!
What the hell, let’s give it a shot!
Needless to say, I am now a huge french toast fan (BUT only when they are made with baguette!).
The bread softened just enough so it was pleasant to eat and really not soggy at all! I only used 1 egg since we had half of a baguette left and the taste was delicious!
If you’re not to much of a french toast fan because of the same reasons, please give these a try! They are so easy to make and really delicious!