CINNAMON AND MAPLE SYRUP FRENCH TOAST

CINNAMON AND MAPLE SYRUP FRENCH TOAST

Brunch is my one of my favourite meals of the day especially since I always skip breakfast. I know it’s not good to skip breakfast an all but a girl is busy and who really has the time to sit down for breakfast when one day starts at 7am? 

So, brunch is my go to as it combines breakfast and lunch together and usually consumed much later in the morning or afternoon. My go to brunch meals almost always involves eggs, avocado, toast you know the usual Instagram-able brunch. When I crave something a bit different pancakes are also my go to and I do have the occasional French toast when I am feeling fancy. 

I love a good French toast but for me one must use a brioche loaf otherwise it will just be regular eggy bread. I am not a fan of regular sliced bread used as French toast as it tastes very bland and boring. However, with a brioche loaf you get that extra sweetness and buttery flavour not found in regular farmhouse loaf.  With the flavours of winter, why don’t you try this this recipe and wave goodbye to bland eggy bread.

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CINNAMON AND MAPLE SYRUP FRENCH TOAST
No farmhouse loaf used over here, strictly brioche goodness.
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Instructions
  1. Slice the brioche loaf into your desired thickness, be careful not to slice too thin because it may break whilst been dipped into the egg mixture.
  2. In a bowl crack two eggs and carefully whisk until combined. Then add all the other ingredients and mix together. Set the mixture aside and heat a pan on medium heat and add oil.
  3. Whilst the frying pan is being heated, take a slice of bread and dip both sides into the egg mixture so that you can get an even coat. However, do not dip bread for too long as it will crumble.
  4. Place the coated slice in the hot pan and cook bread until golden brown on each side. Serve with chopped walnuts and maple syrup.
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2 Comments

  1. January 5, 2018 / 8:30 am

    OMG the hunger I have right now is unbelievable. That looks so good and relatively easy to do. Excited to see what other foods you recommend this year! x

    Laura

    • asliceofelle
      January 5, 2018 / 7:13 pm

      Hi Laura, thank you for your lovely comment. This year, you can expect lots of yummy recipes and this month is dedicated to all things veggie. So watch out for my vegan and vegetarian recipes and my lifestyle post. Elle

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