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All you need are these three steps.

Food historians are still not clear whether French Toast is indeed French or if another nation deserves credit for this sweet, eggy delight. Either way, this brilliant rescue of stale bread has kept this moniker and lives on as a breakfast favorite. Typical accompaniments are butter and syrup, but these warm, fluffy slices of goodness can be filled with fruit compote (or stuffed with chocolate and marshmallows. We’re not judging, we’re just hungry).

The process is simple and the results are divine. Fire up the griddle and turn your stale bread into French Toast.