Just as quick as I started, it was over. I unfortunately lost a few weeks due to late nights at work and family obligations. But not to worry, I am still interested in cooking more and will be sharing my experiences and recipes. So no more 52 Weeks of Cooking, but I will soldier on with cooking and it will be now called Cooked! I will update shortly with the last few cooked items and recipes.
It’s the first week of cooking and I’ve not gone grocery shopping so, my first meal will be a breakfast. One of the first things I learned to cook was french toast. I was so proud to be able to cook it for my parents and it has remained one of my staples when I want breakfast on a cold winter weekend. Through the years I’ve adapted the recipe but too much.
Today, I wanted to try the french toast sandwich because I was convincing myself to stay away from McDonald’s McGriddles. I was so frustrated with my last purchase being decreased in size but increased cost. I already had the ingredients which meant I could stay in my comfy pajamas.
French toast is quick and easy to make. So if you are afraid to cook, start with this dish to get you excited about cooking. Now I am not one to count calories but I do try to use as many healthy alternatives as I can. As you get comfortable with cooking this dish, you can add your own twist to this recipe.