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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

French Toast

Hot breakfasts are a treat for use usually reserved for weekends, when we are vacationing or holidays. During the Christmas holidays hot breakfasts are pretty much a must and why not? Lounging around in pajamas sipping on a hot espresso or latté while the smell of a hot breakfast cooking is just delectable! It really becomes a true family bonding times.

french toast with maple syrup and breakfast sausageFrench Toast

A hot breakfast doesn't have to be complicated or fancy. In fact a hot breakfast can easily use up left-overs like bread. One of our family favourites is French toast. It is easy to make yet always is a hit. Served simply with pan fried breakfast sausage links topped with real maple syrup and a little butter garnished with icing sugar, well life doesn't get much better!

French Toast
source: Garden Gnome's Hubby

Method: Crack 4 - 6 eggs into a mixing bowl and whisk. Stir in just a little milk. Dip bread into the egg mixture then fry in a medium-hot pan until golden brown on both sides. Remove from pan and plate. Top with 100% pure maple syrup and a pat of butter. Sprinkle a little icing sugar on top. Serve with breakfast sausage links.


1 food lovers commented:

A Year on the Grill said...

buttermilk... always add buttermilk