French Toast Day
When is French Toast Day? This holiday is always observed on November 28
Aren’t you glad that today is French Toast Day? This November 28 holiday is your opportunity to enjoy French toast, a delicious and tasty breakfast meal. Hold it right there! It’s not just for breakfast. You can have it for any mealtime: breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Have it your way. Try French toast with maple syrup, powdered sugar, cinnamon, whipped cream, or fruits. Better yet, use a combination of these.
Make plans to celebrate this special day, eating French toast for AT LEAST one meal today.
Did You Know? French toast has other names in its history. They include American toast, German toast, and Spanish toast.
It’s quick and easy to make, and inexpensive, too. Recipes were common back in medieval Europe, where eggs and milk were often used to soften and stale bread, then cook them. Often, other leftovers were added. Its’ real origin dates back to at least ancient Roman times, and probably before.
How to Celebrate French Toast Day
- Have French toast for breakfast.
- Have it for lunch.
- Have it for dinner.
“Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.” – – Dalai Lama
History and Origin of French Toast Day
There is very little historical information written about French Toast Day. In our research, we did not discover the creator, nor the origin of the special day. We suspect it was created by a chef or a restaurant.
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