Easy, Good Breakfast At Home

In my previous post, I mentioned that I had Fall Break the past few days. When I’m home I love cooking. In the morning I cooked an easy breakfast, some french toast with cinnamon and bananas. It is a very tasty breakfast that combines toast and pancakes but has a unique taste.

My French Toast with Bananas

My French Toast with Bananas

All you need is a stove, bread, eggs, vanilla extract, milk and butter. First step to mix 2 eggs into a bowl (1 eggs for every 2 slices of brad), than add milk (2 tablespoons per egg), 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract (depends on how much you like). Than whisk it

all together with a fork and dip your bread into it. Turn the stove on a medium low heat and take a wide pan and add butter to it so the bread won’t stick. Add the bread to the pan and cook until they are a golden color. Than put the bread on a plate, add some butter and cinnamon and if you like syrup add that too! I like to add fruit like my ba

nana for some extra flavors, but blue berries and strawberries are also great to add! And there is you quick and easy meal. If you want to get more of an idea about making french toast, here is another simple french toast recipe.

I like to add bananas to my breakfast because they are filled with great things for your body! They are high in fiber, are great for building energy and they are delicious. Here are 25 more reasons why you should eat bananas!

I read some tips on making the best french toast from a website French Toast Secrets. One tip is using the right bread, like stale bread! It helps soak up the mix of eggs and milk, etc. Also if you are cutting your own bread to cut thick pieces like Texas toast style. I hope this helps improve you french toast making skills.

Instant Breakfast!

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Quaker Oatmeal To Go Bar

Here at the University we have three different meal plans. Unlimited, 14 plan and 10 plan. On the Scranton Campus Dish website it shows the different types of meal plan the University offers. I have the 14 meal plan. I had this plan my Sophomore year also and it worked well.  I only get food on campus for lunch and dinner. I usually make my breakfast and my definition of “make” means cereal or a breakfast bar. However! I found these amazing and delicious Quaker oatmeal bars. They are so good and filling! All you have to do is pop them in microwave and you have a fresh on the go breakfast!

They sell these wonderful inventions in your local super market but conveniently enough, they sell them on campus. I discovered them at the grocery store on campus. It has become such a wonderful investment. I usually add fruit to eat with it like a banana or an apple. I recommend trying them. I also will eat one before Rugby practice because it can make a perfect snack. This article 10 Reasons to eat Oatmeal in the morning mentions how it is a good way to help loose weight and remain healthy because it has a lot of fiber which the body needs. Including only 220 calories and you can warm them up. The directions given say to open one side of the wrapper and put it in the microwave for 10 seconds. It is easy and makes the