Thursday, June 11, 2009

French Toast with Maple Syrup and Fresh Fruits

I made French toast for breakfast mainly because I needed to use up my cinnamon bread. I think the trick to making excellent French toast is to use a good hearty bread like whole wheat so it doesn’t get soggy. Serve warm with some maple syrup and fresh fruits.

Ingredients :

6 slices bread (I used whole wheat cinnamon raisin swirl)
¼ cup of milk
1 egg
½ tsp cinnamon

Topping :

Fresh fruits
Maple syrup

1. Mix egg, vanilla and cinnamon together. Stir in milk.
2. Melt a tablespoon of butter in a non stick pan over medium heat. Dip bread in mixture and pan fried it on both side until golden brown.
3. Serve warm with some syrup and fresh fruits

13 comments:

meeso said...

A firm bread definitely makes a better french toast! It looks yummy :)

My Asian Kitchen said...

one of my favourite breakfast food is french toast!! only order french toast when eating at Ihop or Diner.. love your colorful presentation!!

Jun said...

i like this one tp my kids x suka..hehe

Emile Zola@life said...

Thanks for the tip, next time I know to use firm bread for better result.

Risa said...

I have not made french toast in so long. I am definitely making some this weekend!

Little Corner of Mine said...

I love French toast, it's so colorful with the added fruit, simply gorgeous!

Dura said...

Simple but delicious and superyummy. Kids & adults favourite!

Cindy Khor said...

i don't normally add cinnamon and vanilla into the egg and milk mixture, i think i would give it a try as i think it would give the toast a better taste.

ICook4Fun said...

Meeso, yes. I notice if I used white bread it will get soft and mushy.

Lesley, we don't have IHOP or Denny's here so I have to make this myself :)

Jun, tak apa. Buat ni untuk your sendiri makan :)

Emile, yes try using firm bread for when you make this.

Risa, happy weekend to you :)

LCOM, yes I am just trying to make it a bit healthier. Who am I kidding, right :) :)

Dura, thank you and thanks for stopping by.

Cindy, by adding cinnamon it give the toast an extra fragrant to it.

Zue Murphy said...

I like french toast too. It is easy and quick to make. My favorite bread is the texas toast cut. Hunky and firm. No need to count calories ok.

blogresipi said...

Toasted bread and fruits...so yummy! Perfect for breakfast :)

Elaine said...

I love French Toasts and I agree with you about using a more wholesome bread that can stand on it own. White bread are delicious but they fall apart too easily unless it's sliced really thick. It'll pack some on the hips then. :P

Christelle said...

Humm, a breakfast favorite, not too good for a diet (as if! ;) but so tasty, a real treat :) I love how you styled the plate :)