FNLL Week Two: Cinnamon Toast

Getting the hang of this Friday Night Last Light thing yet? Every Friday night, after dark but before midnight – but you can just check Saturday if you have a life! (har har)

Tonight I’m writing about cinnamon toast. Not Cinnamon Toast Crunch® people.

Real.

Cinnamon.

Toast.

Allow me to give you the low-down here ok? First you put toast in the toaster. Set it to that setting where it’s not quite too burnt to eat, or still too bready (because, who gets it perfect, really?). When the toast pops, spread on some butter. Or margarine. Or I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter®. Now, before you toasted your bread in the first place, you should have mixed some cinnamon with some granulated sugar. I’d tell you equal parts of each but that’s a lie, the perfect ratio is really a technique you’ll have to master over time. Now since you already did that before, & now that your butter, or margarine, or I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter® is all nice and melty, you just sprinkle the sweet cinnamon concoction over the toast. It’s going to change from brown powder in a container or bowl to black magic on bread baby.

Like this, only with WAY more cinnamon/sugar! ;)

Then you eat it and get cinnamon ALL up in those pearly whites.

You chug down some milk after you eat like 5 slices.

You wipe all that gritty mess up from every surface of your kitchen.

Yum!

16 thoughts on “FNLL Week Two: Cinnamon Toast

  1. Yes and be sure to mix the cinnamon with SUGAR cause trust be it’s not very nice if you don’t. Isn’t that right barbie ?? LOL

    1. Yes Mother.
      Please try to remember that I was TRYING to make you breakfast in bed!
      Not my fault you never explained the cinnamon to sugar ratio.
      Love you ;)

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