Last Updated on July 17, 2021 by admin

Origin of the French Toast: The French toast dates back to the Apicius, (a recipe book that was created during the Roman Empire). In the Apicius, there is a recipe known as “aliter dulcia”, which translates to “another sweet dish”. The recipe goes like this: slice white bread & remove all the crust, then break it into 4 to 5 large pieces. Soak the piece in milk and beaten egg, fry it in hot oil, pour honey over the fried pieces of bread and serve.”

Yields: 4

Cooking Time: 20 – 30 mins


) Eggs (Half Dozen) (6 Eggs)

) whole milk (1.5 cups)

) Kosher salt

) Ground nutmeg (1/4 teaspoon)

) Butter (2 tablespoon)

) Cooked Bacon (6 slices)

) White bread (8 slices) (preferably 1 to 2 days old)

) Brie (type of soft cow’s-milk cheese), (8oz) thinly sliced

) Maple syrup (1 tablespoon), for drizzling


STEP 1: In a bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, nutmeg and salt until it turns frothy

STEP 2: Dip the bread slices in the mixture (from step 1) until each slice is soaked well

STEP 3: In a medium pan (non stick) – over medium heat, add the butter and let it melt

STEP 4: Add the bread (2 slices per session) and cook until golden, about 2 minutes per side (fry all 8 slices of bread –and set side). Wipe out the pan

STEP 5: Lay two slices of bacon and 1 to 3 slices of cheese (depending on how cheesy you want it) onto a piece of French toast

STEP 6: pour some maple syrup (spread it out evenly with a small spoon), then top with another slice of French toast

STEP 7: Clean the pan with a paper towel over medium heat.

STEP 8: Add the French toast sandwich (created in step 5 & 6) and fry both sides until the cheese is melted, (approx 1 to 2 min per side)

STEP 9: [OPTIONAL] Drizzel a little maple syrup onto the plate – place the French toast sandwich on the plate and cut it in half.

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