French toast with butter and syrup.
Flour Is The Key To Making Impossibly Fluffy French Toast

If you've ever been disappointed by a soggy texture or less-than-fluffy French toast, the solution is probably already in your pantry: flour.

Whisking flour into the liquid mix thickens it, which helps the coating cling better to the bread. As a result, the French toast develops a fluffy finish and browns more evenly.

Whisk the flour in with the milk, then add the eggs, sugar, any other ingredients you want to add, and a little salt to enhance the overall flavor.

Once soaked, the slices will be ready to turn when they turn crispy and golden brown and the floury batter is cooked. It takes around two to three minutes on each side.