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Eating breakfast can either make or break your day If you dont eat breakfast your stomach will start making inhumane noises before noon Breakfast is the most important meal of the day I usually eat something simple like a Clif Bar for breakfast But when Im at home and I do want something to fancy I usually make French toast because its my favorite French toast is the first meal that I have ever made all by myself Now I am going to teach you how to make French toastBefore you start making French toast you need to have the ingredients and equipment ready For ingredients you will need eggs milk vanilla extract margarine bread powdered sugar powdered cinnamon and maple syrup To make your breakfast fancier you could add some blueberries or sliced strawberries Now for the equipment you will need a medium sized bowl a mixing spoon a frying pan a spatula a measuring cup a serving plate and a stove Now you are readyTo start off you will crack one egg into the medium size bowl and beat well Then you will mix in cup of milk and a dash of vanilla extract Any type of milk will work for this I also add a bit more than a dash of vanilla extract to enhance the flavor Next you will put one tablespoon of margarine in the frying pan I usually use butter but whatever you normally use will work just fine Next you will put the frying pan onto the stovetop on medium heat You will know when its hot enough when the butter or margarine starts to bubble While waiting for the butter to bubble you can dunk each piece of bread in the egg mixture Be sure that the bread is totally covered in the egg mixture Once the frying pan is heated take the bread and cook both pieces on low heat until the underside is
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