Classic French Toast, Breakfast Made Easy!

French Toast, however you make it, whatever you serve it with, it is simply amazing! A breakfast worth waking up. Rise and shine to this easy and delicious Classic French Toast.

Small Batch French Toast

A lot of people cannot start the day without coffee. In my case, I need sugar to kick-start my day. I know, it doesn’t sound healthy, but I just have to have my sweets for breakfast. It wakes me up and keeps me going all day. I always plan my breakfast ahead of time, it gives me more time to enjoy my morning and not rush eating. I sometimes prepared my breakfast at night, and just toss it in the pan or oven in the morning. This is one reason why I love french toast. It is so easy to make, less ingredient, taste good and it gives me opportunity to have my fruit serving for the day.

French Toast Small Batch

I had done quite a few variations of this french toast just by changing the toppings. I had made Strawberry, Banana, Peaches, Nutella or just plain. For busy morning, I opt for  Baked Overnight French Toast version . I prepare it at night and then I just put it in the oven while I prepare myself for work. But for weekends, this classic French Toast is my favorite breakfast.

Singe Serve French Toast

This is small batch, around 3 regular size loaf bread. You can easily double the recipe if you are cooking for 2 or more. I just love the idea of small batch as it works perfectly well for someone like me who lives alone. Let me show you how I do it. Let’s get started!

Small Batch Classic French Toast


  • 2-3 pieces sliced loaf Bread (White, Whole Wheat or any Sweet Breads that are few days old)
  • 1 Large Egg
  • 1/3 cup Milk (Almond Milk, Soy Milk, Full Fat, 1, 2 or 3.5%)
  • 3 tbsp Brown or White Sugar
  • 1 tsp melted salted Butter and extra for brushing the pan
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract (optional)
  • pinch Cinnamon (optional)
Classic French Toast


  1. Custard Mixture: Mix Eggs, melted butter, milk, cinnamon ,vanilla extract and 3 tbsp brown sugar.
  2. Dip the Bread: Dip the sliced bread in the egg and milk mixture until fully coated. I like using my 5 x 5 square pan when dipping the bread, but you can use any bowl you have that good enough to submerge the bread without deforming the shape. Leave for 5 minutes to allow bread to absorb the mixture.
  3. Toast the Bread: Spray with oil or grease NON STICK pan with butter. Put the soaked bread in the heated pan (medium heat) and cook until golden brown, around 5-10 minutes each side. Cooking time could also vary on how big the bread you are using. I used large white loaf bread and it took around 8-10 minutes each side. Watch out for when the side of the bread you are cooking starts to brown. You can cook it longer if you prefer crunchy texture.
  4. Serve: Remove from heat and transfer in a plate. Serve with fresh fruits and dust top with confectioners sugar or drizzle with Caramel Sauce

Recipe Note:

  • If making this ahead of time, it is best to use a few days old bread and leave it overnight in the refrigerator while submerge in milk mixture. Cover with plastic wrap or store in a covered container.

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Classic French Toast Small Batch

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