Have you ever heard of the poor knights of Windsor? If not, you should know that ‘pain perdu’ or ‘French toast’ have the same meaning as the poor knights’. It’s basically eggs and milk-soaked bread and although usually it is fried, we’ve chosen to bake ours. It can be savory or sweet so, we sweetened it with brown sugar and maple syrup.
Despite its name, this dish is not restricted to French cuisine. It is delicious and you can make it in no time. Just soak the bread slices in milk and whisked eggs and deep-fry them. However, let’s upgrade the classic recipe by spicing the milk first with lemon zest, cinnamon, and star anise. Enjoy it with some powdered sugar.
French toast is most usually served as a sweet option, by dusting icing sugar on it and adding fresh strawberries. But there are lots of savory toppings for French toast that make this dish perfect even for a weeknight dinner. French toast – called pain perdu in French – is a classic breakfast most people […]
French toast is truly one of our favorite desserts! But, it can be inconvenient to serve it if you’re on a diet. That’s why we’ve tried a healthier approach to the recipe. It includes chia seeds, almond milk, agave instead of sugar, but we still get to keep our favorite toppings: peanut butter and banana!
We think French toast is one of the first recipes a child can make on its own. Also, it tastes like childhood. Make this French toast with plenty of seeds anytime you want to remember how it was like to be a kid.
The basic recipe for French toast drenches the bread in whisked eggs. We are moving way past that point with this recipe! We mixed in some salami and bell peppers and cooked this mixture in bread crusts.
We all know those lazy mornings when you don’t want to get fussy over food. If you’re feeling just a bit lazy, but hunger also knocks at your door, we have a solution! It’s an amazing French toast omelet, with ham and Cheddar cheese. You only have to invest 15 minutes in making it. Pro tip: eat it with the perfect dip.
If you love French toast, as we do, you probably make it often. What about the toppings? Instead of using store-bought varieties, make your own jam, jelly, or sauces! They are healthier because you can control the ingredients you use. Our ideea for today is this strawberry jam French toast!