Apple & Cinnamon French Toast

I got inspired to write this recipe by something similar I ordered off the menu at a café in the Big Apple.

Screen Shot 2015-04-08 at 11.41.04Ingredients:

2 pieces of Bread

2 Eggs

80g Light Brown Soft
Sugar or Castor Sugar

3-4 tsp of Cinnamon

1 Apple

Honey (optional)


  • You can use any spices you want instead of cinnamon.
  • I prefer to use light brown sugar because thiProcessed with VSCOcam with c1 presets gives it a more caramelized flavor.
  • You can use this recipe as a base for French Toast, and serve with whatever fruit you have.
  • When slicing the apples, the thinner you slice them the quicker they will cook.
  • I prefer to use a seeded brown loaf, but whatever bread you have in your draw will work perfectly.


  1. Beat the eggs in a bowl until equally mixed. Then cover both sides of each piece of bread with egg.
  2. Heat a medium sized frying pan on a medium-low heat with a bit of butter to grease it. Then lay both pieces of eggy-bread in the pan and cook for about 4 minutes or until dark golden. Flip the bread and cook for about 3 minutes or until dark golden.
  3. Meanwhile mix the sugar and cinnamon. Once cooked, remove the bread from the frying pan and sprinkle the cinnamon sugar on both sides of the cooked bread. Then cover with a bowl or plate to keep warm while you prepare the cinnamon apples.
  4. Return the used pan back on a medium-low heat. Thinly slice your apple and toss into the pan with the left over cinnamon sugar. Sauté the apples for about 4 minutes until caramelized and golden.
  5. Once cooked, place the toast on a plate and top with the cinnamon apples. Then serve with a drizzle of honey!

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