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dinner and stuff

Ooops, looks like my dinner ideas aren’t going so great. I was gonna make bread and then have french toast, but I remembered about putting the breadmaker on until 2:30. It takes 3:50 to make bread, so that was gonna be a little slow, so I thought I’d try the FastBake option. Well, my loaf is only 3" tall. Oops. I guess the mix I used wasn’t compatible with the fast bake option. Hmmm, now I’m not sure what dinner will be. There’s not enough real bread to do french toast and still have sandwiches for E tomorrow. Oh wait... I wonder if there still is a loaf in the freezer. That would save me.

slowly walking down the stairs... and down to the garage freezer
out of breathe....

Woo! There was a loaf down there from last time it was buy one get one free!! So its thawing in the fridge, and I can use the thawed bread to make french toast. I’ve got a huge leftover baked potato, and I’m gonna cut it into squares and fry it in a frying pan to go on the side. Yum.

The house does smell a bit funny now, as the bread cooked oddly while it was short!!!


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Don’t you mean Freedom Toast? ha ha!

Here’s an easy way to make french toast. My kiddos love it. smile

I use 8 eggs for the 4 of us. I mix them with milk like you would for scrambled eggs. Then I tear up the bread into pieces and toss it into the egg mix. I just keep tearing up the bread and tossing it in and mixing it until it’s coated and not soupy. Pour it into a greased baking dish, pop it in a 350 oven for about 30 minutes or so. It gets puffy while baking so you have to check it to make sure it’s not eggy. Then take it out, serve with syrup and whatever else you want. It takes about 10 minutes to prepare, 30 to bake and no standing flipping piece by piece. wink

french toast will work just fine with frozen bread. sounds tasty! i might just have to have some too. try adding a little nutmeg or cinnamon to spice things up.

I’m hungry now. Could you send some over, pretty please?