If You Aren’t Sure Whether You Want To Buy A Slow-Cooker Or Not, Let This Delicious (And EASY) Recipe Decide FOR You!

French Toast: pretty much everyone’s favorite breakfast…but it can be a pain to cook, and even more of a pain when you’ve got a larger family! This recipe takes the work out of cooking the bread in a pan, and it tastes delicious! You’ve probably already got the ingredients in your kitchen. All you need is a slow-cooker!

For best results, line the inside with aluminum foil folded over a few times. You can use old bread (I’m almost 99% certain that’s why someone invented this breakfast dish) and the wash doesn’t have to be precise either, so you don’t need to do a lot of prep work for this recipe!
4.22a21Line the pot with your bread as a first layer. You’ll pour in your wash just enough to cover the bread, then add another layer of wash, and another layer of bread until you’re all out of wash! Be sure the bread is soaked through!4.22a22While the wash is adaptable to what you have on hand, this woman used 6 eggs, 2 cups of milk, vanilla extract, a pinch of nutmeg, a dash of sugar, a tiny sprinkle of salt, cinnamon…but really, this part is up to you! It all depends on what you like your French Toast to taste like. (Some even like to add flavored liqueur!) 4.22a23Pour it over everything, and don’t forget to add the brown sugar once the bread has soaked up all of the wash! (You can’t have too much sugar! – My 6-year-old nephew, probably).4.22a24If your pot has auto shut-off, set your pot on HIGH for under 2 hours. Check it often after the 1 hour mark! It get crispy towards the end, so it depends on what you prefer! It’s easy and delicious!

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