Frequent question: Why is my French toast soggy in the middle?

How do you make French toast not soggy?

Whisk together milk, eggs, sugar, cinnamon, butter, and vanilla in a large bowl until well blended. Transfer the mixture to a large baking dish. Soak the bread in the mixture about 20 seconds per side, then transfer to a separate baking sheet, so it doesn’t get soggy.

Is it safe to eat soggy French toast?

Can undercooked French toast make you sick? It is absolutely possible for you to eat raw French toast. I would NOT advise you to do it. Eating uncooked eggs is a bad idea, because as others have written, they may be contaminated with salmonella.

Why is French toast bad for you?

If you are watching your weight and health then you should know that French toast contains quite a high amount of saturated fat. This could be attributed to the eggs and milk that are among the ingredients of French toast. Saturated fat is one of the types of fats that you should avoid on a regular basis.

How long does French toast batter last?

Up to 24 Hours: Prepare the French toast batter and place into an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 24 hours.

How do you make French toast not taste eggy?

A basic rule of thumb is about a quarter cup of milk and one egg per two-slice serving—and if you really want to avoid that “scrambled” taste, use only the yolks of some or all of the eggs. (It’s sulfur compounds in the whites that give eggs their unique “egg” taste.)

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