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French Toast Supreme


I love French Toast.  For breakfast, lunch or dinner.  I was buying bread over the weekend and suddenly the loaf of Raisin Pecan from The Essential Baking Company jumped into my hand demanding to be used for French Toast.  I decided to oblige it.  So that’s exactly what I did. 
I used just a basic batter – one egg and a little milk- dipped the bread and let it soak just a little, then pan-fried it until nicely browned on both sides.  Then I topped it with warm maple syrup, sliced pears, and a little brown sugar and cinnamon mixture.  A pretty fine way to start the day!
  1. currie permalink
    25-Apr-2008 12:50 pm

    I luv french toast too ~ and this look great!!!

  2. 25-Apr-2008 1:09 pm

    Hi there … wow that looks so yummo! My 14 year old son often makes us french toast on a weekend for brekky using the basic recipe. Yours sounds so delicious … will have to try it. Cheers, H

  3. Culinary permalink
    26-Apr-2008 5:42 am

    Currie:  Thanks! 
    H:  If he can do French Toast at all, this will be a snap for him! 
    ~ B

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