Cinnamon Sugar French Toast

After 5 blissful weeks hibernating in New England (seriously – what was up with that weather?!), I am back in Blacksburg to finish up my senior year.

I’m not going to lie, I blatantly told my parents they would have to drag me kicking and screaming to the airport. For some odd reason I am not ready to be back at Tech. I feel like I had just gotten home and then was being put back on a plane. Thankfully I have a really awesome friend who met with me for Starbucks 1 hour after I got to campus. Combine that with a Macados tradition & Pitch Perfect and I am finally feeling ready to finish this year out with a bang! (Side note: how awesome is Fat Amy!?)


However, when I was home I rekindled a breakfast favorite. Well actually, it was never a favorite. I always sprung for waffles, pancakes, oatmeal and cereal before french toast. For some unexplained reason, I went on a major french toast kick and nothing could stop me.

Cinnamon Sugar French Toast


Serves 1 hungry runner


  • 4 slices of whole wheat bread
  • 1 Tbsp of Cinnamon Swirl Peanut Butter
  • 1 packet of splenda
  • 1 extra large egg
  • 1 tsp of vanilla
  • heaps of cinnamon
  • splash of milk


  1. Gather ingredients & preheat a frying pan to medium heat
  2. In a large bowl, combine extra large egg, vanilla, splenda, cinnamon and milk
  3. Beat mixture until thoroughly mixed
  4. Dip slice of bread to coat each side evenly
  5. Add to pan
  6. Cook until golden brown
  7. Repeat with remaining slices (I usually fit 2 in a pan)
  8. Top with peanut butter
  9. Enjoy :D

Close french toast

Now that is a fabulous way to start the day!

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