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French Toast

We stopped at a wonderful bakery, Pagosa Baking Company in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and picked up a loaf of rustic country white bread. Later the same day we stopped at The Choke Cherry Tree also in Pagosa Springs. They make a line of delicious syrups, toppings, scone mixes, candy and other wonderful stuff. We bought a bottle of Wild Blackberry Syrup and decided it would be great on French Toast. Yes, it was!


 6 slices bread, any kind
 2 eggs
 1/2 cup powdered milk
 1 cup water
 1 Tablespoon sugar
 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
 syrup, berries, or other topping, your choice


Mix powdered milk with water. Add sugar and vanilla. Beat eggs in a bowl and add the milk mixture. Dip bread slices in the mixture and fry on a slightly oiled non stick griddle until brown. Top with syrup, berries, or whatever you like on French toast.

Serves: 2 to 4
Milk Eggs Stovetop

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