French Toast

Updated: Oct 6, 2020

Servings: 3 large pieces of French toast

Storage Life of Ingredients: 1 year


This French toast, with its vanilla and cinnamon flavor, is my favorite breakfast dish. Top with homemade strawberry syrup and fresh berries if you have them.



Pictured Process



Reconstitute the crystallized eggs and dehydrated milk according to package directions.



Mix the eggs, milk, vanilla, and nutmeg together is an 11 x 7 inch baking dish. Dip both sides of each piece of bread in the egg mixture and place in a hot, greased or buttered skillet.



Sprinkle cinnamon on top of each piece of bread.



Fry until golden brown. Flip the bread, adding more butter or oil, and fry until golden brown.




Storage Tips


French Bread: Make fresh using our post on French Bread here.


Crystallized Eggs: Once you open a can of crystallized eggs, it will last a month on your pantry shelf. I repackage it into a freezer bag, label with directions for reconstituting, and store it in my freezer. This way it will last as long as I have electricity to run my freezer. If the power goes out, I can make scrambled eggs and easily use it up in a month's time.


Dehydrated Nonfat Milk: Once you open a can of dehydrated milk, it will last a month on your pantry shelf. I repackage it into a freezer bag, label with directions for reconstituting, and store it in my freezer. This way it will last as long as I have electricity to run my freezer. If the power goes out, I can make the powder into milk and easily use it up in a month's time.


Vanilla: I just purchased a new bottle of vanilla and the "best by" date states that it is good for close to 4 years.


Nutmeg: Powdered nutmeg has a shelf life of about 2 years.


Cinnamon: Ground cinnamon has a shelf-life of 1 year. It does not go bad, but loses some of its flavor after a year.


Maple Syrup: Pure maple syrup has a shelf life of 1 year. Artificial maple syrup has a shelf life of 18 months.


Alternative Cooking Method


Propane Griddle


Propane Camp Stove

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