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Easy French Toast Recipe

This is a very easy French toast recipe. French or Italian bread works well in this recipe, but plain white bread will do.

A lot of the Cub Scout requirements involve learning how to cook. Simple recipes like this work well. And remember there should always be somebody supervising Cub Scouts when they cook.

This is a good camp French Toast recipe also, because of the simplicity.

Serve the French toast with powdered sugar, syrup, butter, jam, or marmalade.

Easy French Toast Recipe


  • stove
  • griddle
  • spatula for turning
  • small bowl for mixing
  • fork for mixing
  • shallow bowl or dish


  • 3 eggs
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 8 slices of bread
  • butter or margarine


  1. Heat a griddle on the stove.
  2. Beat the eggs and milk together and pour into a shallow bowl.
  3. Put a piece of bread in the egg mixture to coat one side for about 2 seconds. Turn it over and soak the other side for about 2 seconds.
  4. Melt two tablespoons of butter on the griddle.
  5. Put two slices of bread on the griddle, flipping when it turns brown.
  6. Repeat with the other slices of bread, adding more butter if needed.

Related Resources

The Fun of Cooking

See some tips for cooking with Scouts:

  • Have an extra adult helper
  • Be aware of allergies
  • Use easy and familiar recipes
  • Wash hands and keep the cooking area clean
  • Have something for everyone to do
  • Let them clean up the mess at the end


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