All I Want To Do Is Eat Jennifer Garner’s Cinnamon Toast Recipe

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All I Want To Do Is Eat Jennifer Garner’s Cinnamon Toast Recipe


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  • Jennifer Garner shared her cinnamon toast recipe on Instagram for fans looking to recreate her breakfast or after-school treat.

  • The 50-year-old actress dances as she takes a bite of the sugary dish and says that the meal will grant you "instant Mom Hero Status."

  • Try Jennifer's recipe below.

Jennifer Garner just unlocked superhero mom status with an easy recipe that'll make your mouth water. She walks fans through a cinnamon toast tutorial on Instagram, including all of the ingredients you'll need to copy the breakfast or after-school snack at home.

Basically, Jen is giving away her cooking secrets, and you're definitely not gonna want to miss this tip.

"#PretendCookingShow: Cinnamon Toast 🍞. This ⭐️perfect⭐️ updated cinnamon toast makes for an indulgent Sunday morning or after school snack—and will give you instant Mom Hero Status 🦸🏻♀️♥️⭐️!" Jennifer writes in her IG caption. She even gives her childhood friend a shoutout when discussing the nostalgic dish: "@mariahessss, this recipe reminds me of our little girl sleepovers 👧🏻👧🏻."

Fans were thrilled by how easy it is to make this simple snack.

"This feels like one I can take on!!" one commented. "This looks like heaven. Cinnamon toast is the BEST," another said. A third added "She just CHANGED my entire life!!! Toast, butter, cinnamon has always been my way…but ma’am, THIS."

The recipe comes from the New York Times cooking section and is easy to follow with just five steps. Jennifer instructs her followers to use a small bowl to mix salt, sugar, and cinnamon and coat their bread slices and skillet in butter.

Here's the full recipe:

Jennifer Garner's Cinnamon Toast

Ingredients:

Directions:

1. In a small bowl, stir together sugar, cinnamon and salt.
2. Melt butter in large nonstick skillet over med-low; enough to lightly coat the bottom of skillet when melted. When bubbling, add as many bread slices as will fit. Swirl bread around to absorb butter, adding more if the pan is dry. Cook until light golden brown, 2-3 mins. Adjust heat as necessary to avoid burning.
3. Add another pat of butter, flip bread and swirl to coat the other side in butter, gently pressing the bread to pick up browned bits. Sprinkle the toasted top(s) with a thin layer of cinnamon sugar. Cook the underside until golden brown, 1-2 mins, adding more butter and adjusting temp if pan is dry or toast is burning.
4. Flip and cook until the sugar sizzles and starts to melt, 30 secs-1 min.
5. Transfer to a plate, sugar side up. Sprinkle toast(s) with more cinnamon sugar. Wipe skillet and repeat with any remaining bread.

Serve and enjoy!

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