How to Make Eggnog French Toast

I thought of this idea after wondering what to do with leftover eggnog from Thanksgiving. (I used lite eggnog.)

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Pour eggnog in a bowl and soak your bread in it.  No need to add eggs.

Pour eggnog in a bowl and soak your bread in it. No need to add eggs.

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In a buttered skillet, fry each side until brown.

In a buttered skillet, fry each side until brown.

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I topped it with maple syrup.  Tastes delicious!

I topped it with maple syrup. Tastes delicious!

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Let's do the recipe again with a twist... You can add cinnamon and nutmeg to the eggnog.

Let's do the recipe again with a twist... You can add cinnamon and nutmeg to the eggnog.

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Soak the bread in the cinnamon and nutmeg mixture.

Soak the bread in the cinnamon and nutmeg mixture.

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Top with Panko bread crumbs prior to frying.  These crumbs make French toast a gourmet dish with a candied crispness.

Top with Panko bread crumbs prior to frying. These crumbs make French toast a gourmet dish with a candied crispness.

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Not all bread crumbs are alike. I recommend Panko because it is designed to not absorb moisture and stays crispy while cooking.

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Here the bread is cooked with the Panko bread crumbs. They have a light crispness in every bite almost like candy.

Here the bread is cooked with the Panko bread crumbs. They have a light crispness in every bite almost like candy.

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Yummy

Yummy

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