2 cups milk
loaf of sandwich bread or Texas Toast
Vanilla or Molasses (to taste)
Cinnamon (to taste)
Set a griddle to 300 degrees or a skillet on low-medium heat. Melt butter on the cooking surface to prevent the toast from sticking (you can use a non-stick spray if you're a barbarian). Mix the milk, eggs, vanilla/molasses, and cinnamon in something big enough to hold a slice of bread (I use an old 9x13 glass brownie pan, works well). Dip the bread in the mixture, being sure to coat both sides. Place the doused bread on the cooking surface. Let cook for about three minutes on each side, serve with butter, syrup, powdered sugar, peanut butter, etc.
This recipe is just enough for an entire loaf when I make it, or most of two loaves of Texas Toast. Your output may vary depending on how soaked you make your bread. Fortunately the recipe scales up or down pretty easily.