No One Knows How to Make French Toast, According to Google
Luckily, we're here for you, Internet.
“How to make french toast?” has been a top "how-to" search term for the last two decades, according to a new trends report from Google. The search engine just celebrated its 20th anniversary and released lists of top searches throughout its history including most-searched-for presidents (we assume history class has something to do with these results) and the top searched sport (American football wins out here).
Among the top "how-to" searches, here's what Americans have been struggling with: how to tie a tie, lose weight, make slime (we've got you covered), draw and make French toast. Here's where we come in. For those of you unsure about how to make the perfect French toast — or if you just want to brush up on your technique — here are five French toast recipes worth checking out.
This recipe is one for your bookmarks. With more than 640 reviews and a five-star rating, you really can't go wrong here.
FRENCH TOAST, Robert Irvine, Dinner: Impossible/Groundhog Daze, Food Network, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Milk, Vanilla Extract, Challah, Brioche, or White Bread, Maple Syrup,FRENCH TOAST, Robert Irvine, Dinner: Impossible/Groundhog Daze, Food Network, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Milk, Vanilla Extract, Challah, Brioche, or White Bread, Maple Syrup
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Another top-contender for French toast, Robert Irvine's recipe is just two steps and takes only 30 minutes to make. Plus, it's healthy!
Honestly, Ina's never steered us wrong before and her recipe is worth holding onto. A takeaway? Keep your finished slices in a warm oven before serving so everything comes to the table nice and hot.
This one sounds fancy, but hear us out: There's no flipping required for this casserole-like French toast. Just rip up bread and top it with an egg mixture similar to what you'd use for stovetop French toast. Add a cinnamon-y crumble and this will be your new go-to.
Pro tip: Take the time to dry out your bread before soaking it in the egg mixture and cooking the slices on the stovetop. It's a little extra effort that's 100% worth it.