Recipe: French Toast

I always make breakfast beyond toast and cereal on a Sunday, even if it’s just scrambled eggs or bagels and smoked salmon. It is our “lazy day” and a great way to start it.

With today being Mother’s Day in the UK, I plan on making a huge stack of French Toast, my mom’s favourite. I know there are lots of versions of French Toast (aka Eggy Bread) out there but I thought I’d share my version anyways.

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To make, you will need:

3 eggs
150 ml whole milk
150 ml single cream
1/2 vanilla pod
2 tbsp sugar
8 slices of brioche
Fruit and maple syrup for topping (optional)

Then:

1. Beat the eggs and mix in the milk, cream, vanilla and sugar.
2. Soak each slice of brioche for a couple of minutes (turning over so both sides are coated).
3. Melt a knob of butter in a pan and add the brioche, cooking until golden brown on both sides
4. Put on a baking tray in a warm over while you cook the others – this puffs the bread up a bit, which I like, though I imagine you could also keep warm in tin foil.

When they are all done, top with fruit, icing sugar and serve with maple syrup.

Enjoy!

This post is linking in with Weekend Cooking, a weekly food related meme from Beth Fish Reads

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6 thoughts on “Recipe: French Toast

  1. That looks so very good. I love French Toast and don’t make it nearly enough. Just got out of the habit. Yummy! And Happy Mother’s Day to your Mom.

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