Grandma’s French Toast

I hope you all are enjoying your Sunday afternoon! Today is National Grandparents Day so don’t forget to call or visit your loving grandmother or grandfather! I have fond memories of my childhood but there are always some that you remember a bit more than others. I remember always sitting on my grandfathers lap watching golf and I remember making the BEST french toast with my grandmother. It was so delicious that I decided to make it again and replaced butter with coconut oil. Here is my recipe for tasty french toast…how Grandma used to make it!

Ingredients:

Yummy!

6 slices of bread

2 large eggs

1 tablespoon cinnamon

1 tablespoon nutmeg

1 cup powdered sugar

1 cup milk

2 tablespoons Vanilla Extract

3 tablespoons of Kelapo Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

Directions:

Leave your bread on the counter overnight. The bread will harden a little bit and make for an even tastier breakfast!

  1. Combine eggs, milk, nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla extract in a medium bowl
  2. Heat a skillet on medium and add in 1 tablespoon Kelapo Coconut Oil
  3. Coat bread with Coconut Oil on both sides
  4. Place a slice of bread in bowl and coat with mixture on both sides
  5. Place bread on skillet and cook until golden brown.

Continue with each slice of bread until every slice is cooked. Top with a light coat of powered sugar and you have a scrumptious  breakfast compliments of Grandma 😉

Do you use coconut oil in your breakfast dishes? Leave us a comment or email us at info@kelapo.com! Enjoy your Sunday Funday

-LS

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  1. terry
    October 7, 2012 at 9:06 am

    On step 3, it says coat bread with coconut oil. Could you clarify if you were doing this by soaking up the oil in the skillet, or if you are spreading it on he bread before putting it in the skillet.

    • October 8, 2012 at 8:23 am

      Terry, Lani spreads the coconut oil onto both sides of the bread 🙂 Thanks for the question!

  2. Terry
    October 7, 2012 at 9:09 am

    In step 3, do you coat the bread with oil by absorbing the oil in the skillet…or do you spread it on the bread before putting other skillet?

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