Living away from your home teaches you a lot of lesson, big and small. One of the most important lessons I have learnt by virtue of living on my own is the importance of having breakfast. Having skipped breakfast for major part of a year, I realized it is affecting my productivity at work. Not just that, it made me feel rather low and irritated throughout the day. Since then, I have made it a point to take out at least an hour’s time in the morning to have a tasty and nourishing breakfast. As a result, I am always on the lookout for new breakfast recipes. Some of the classics on my breakfast menu include grilled cheese, French toast, pancakes and crepes.
Now, I am not sure if there is anything French about dipping a slice of bread in eggs and frying it in a butter. But one bite of this French toast, crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside, kickstarts my day like nothing else does. I often add different spices in the eggs or use some filling inside the toast to make it even more delicious. The best thing about a French toast is that when it comes to improvising the recipe, there is absolutely no end to it.