The process for making French toast couldn't be simpler — what's going to take yours to the next level is the kind of bread you use. You want to use a bread that's absorbent and airy, but also rich and flavorful at the same time. That's why I like to use fluffy egg breads like challah and brioche, but any fluffy, tasty bread should work well. I like my French toast slices thick, but not too thick or else the middle of the toast won't cook through without the outside getting dry and overdone. You'll run into that same problem if you try to cook your French toast too quickly over high heat. Remember, when your heat's low and you cook slow, you'll get fluffy, moist and perfectly done French toast every time. Spoon on some of the toppings listed below and y'all will be in heaven.