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I have a confession to make. Eric is the breakfast chef around here. Most days he gets up early with the kids (and lets me sleep in. Yes, he is a saint) and by the time I wake up they've already eaten breakfast. On the days I do make breakfast the kids usually get a choice of toast with peanut butter or toast with butter. I'm not a morning person.
One of the special highlights of spending the night at Eric's parents is the delicious breakfast that Grandpa always makes for the kids. Eric has carried on this weekend (and sometimes weekday) tradition in our house and always fill their bellies with things like pancakes and waffles and french toast.
When I am out for the evening Eric often makes the kids delicious meals of breakfast for dinner. There isn't many other meals that top something slathered in syrup for dinner. I get a night out, they get their favorite dinner, it's a win-win. Are you a breakfast-maker person?
Papa's French Toast Recipe
5 fresh eggs
2 cups of raw milk
2 Tablespoons of vanilla
2 Tablespoons of cinnamon
10 slices of bread
1. Mix first four ingredients in large bowl.
2. Dip bread in the mix, then flip over to coat both sides well.
3. Melt coconut oil to coat pan. Cook bread in skillet on medium heat for about 4 minutes or until brown.
4. Flip and cook until other side is brown.
5. Serve with butter and syrup. YUM!