Simple French Toast


When I was a kid, my dad would wake me up early so we could make breakfast in bed for my mom. I can remember mostly eggs, toast, and fruit on the side. Sometimes our homegrown strawberries weren’t ready yet, so he would go search the field for a few. It was always a special tradition with my dad and I. Now that I don’t live with them, I treat myself to a delicious breakfast [in the kitchen]. Instead of breakfast, I will cook my mom (and mother-in-law) dinner this year.

Next year will be my first Mother’s Day. I don’t expect anything special. I believe everyday is mother’s day, since mommas do so much. I will be going back full time, meaning work, house work, cooking, cleaning, laundry, and taking care of the little one. I am fortunate to have an amazing husband that cleans, cooks, does the laundry, house work, and is amazing with kids. I am not sure how I would keep my sanity if my husband wasn’t so helpful. I am a bit nervous about all that comes with being a mom, but I hear so many good things as well! Either way this baby will be here in 20 weeks!!

If you enjoy making breakfast for your momma [or yourself], here is a simple french toast recipe!


Simple French Toast

Serves: 1


  • 2 pieces of bread (any type)

  • 2 eggs

  • 2 tbsp milk

  • 1/8 tsp vanilla extract

  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon

  • top with:

    • fresh fruit/ Duffield’s Strawberries

    • powdered sugar

    • syrup

** If you have extra egg mixture, don’t waste it, scramble it up to extra protein! **


  1. Mix the egg, milk, vanilla extract, and cinnamon together.

  2. Let bread soak in egg mixture for a minute.

  3. Heat skillet on medium heat, spray with oil.

  4. Place the egg mixture covered bread on the hot skillet.

  5. Cook for 3 minutes on each side.

  6. Serve with Jersey Fresh Duffield Strawberries, powdered sugar, and syrup.

  7. Enjoy and happy mother’s day!

I also realize that mother’s day can be a difficult day for some, whether they have lost their mom, don’t have a relationship with their mom, or having trouble becoming a mother. Mother’s day doesn’t have to be about being a biological mother. If you mentor someone, have nieces and nephews, are a guardian, or a Godly mother for others, this day is for you as well.