I’ve been looking for a great french toast recipe that I could whip up quickly on school mornings. (We have to leave the house by 7:30 a.m., so there’s not much time to do anything fancy.) This one is nearly perfect! I’m just upset that I broke my large Slow Cooker; with four hungry mouths to feed, I may have to employ both of my smaller ones. Be sure to read the comments for some helpful tips, such as grease the crock first or use those slow cooker bags to prevent caked on goo!
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From December 2010:
I love big weekend brunches! Breakfast is a pretty big tradition in my family on the weekends. Both my mom and I worked in diners when we were in college and nothing beats my mother’s omelettes with a side of corn beef hash or sausage.
I can also say I hate all the dishes involved after a nap worthy brunch fest. How many pots and pans can you dirty with bacon or eggs, french toast and pancakes— and lets not even deulve into waffles. By the time you muster the energy, and actually get through a sink full, I’m keen to make another total kitchen mess with cookies, pie, or whatever recipe (holiday cookies!?!) I’m experimenting with that…
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