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    Hungry Cap'n crunch french toast

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    I'm really not a big breakfast person but the other day my mom was watching the cooking channel and I over heard the TV talking about this recipe...I looked at it and I have to admit for not liking breakfast it looked so tasty so I just googled it and found the recipe so figured I would share! I'm sure for those of you with little ones they will love it!


    Serves 6-8

    Ingredients
    6 large eggs
    5 tablespoons sugar
    2 cups heavy cream
    1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    1/2 cup butter
    1 (16 ounce) box Cap'n Crunch cereal (don't use the cheaper brands)
    1 loaf Texas toast thick bread
    Directions
    1Pour Cap'n Crunch into a gallon-size ziplock bag and crush to a course meal -- make sure there are a few good size pieces in the mix. Pour into a 9x13 pan in order to dredge properly.
    2Combine eggs, sugar, cream, vanilla, and spices in a large bowl. It will have the consistency of custard.
    3Soak each slice of Texas Toast in wet ingredients, 30 seconds each side. Be sure the edges are moist, too.
    4Dredge in Cap'n Crunch, lightly press onto each side, and around the crust. Place on parchment paper until all slices are coated.
    5Heat 2 tbs. butter in large skillet, then gently place slices in pan; two at a time.
    6Cook three minutes per side. Place on parchment covered baking pan in a warm oven.
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    #2
    Thats sounds yummy!
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    #3
    Yummmmmmy!
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    #4
    lol thats what i thought!
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    #5
    Mmm, sounds very yummy!
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    #6
    Ive made these before and they are awesome. Ive also used captain crunch in a milkshake.
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    I tried these and love them... my whole family snatched them up, looks like im going to have to make them again soon. Yum!
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    I saw a restaurant on Diners Drive Ins and Dives that made that, but I never searched for the recipe! Now I'm going to have to make that!

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    #9
    Sounds soooo Good!! I am going to have to make it!
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    This is the shit! I mdade it over a year ago but omg best french toast ever!
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