Monday, December 12, 2011

Eggnog french toast




3-4 eggs
A big splash of eggnog
A splash of vanilla extract
Pinch of salt

Mix it up.

6 thick slices of your favourite bread.

A knob of butter for frying.

Heat pan, add some butter..

Dip the bread in the mixture, let it soak a few seconds then fry them up until golden on both sides flipping half way.

Enjoy with maple syrup or your favourite topping.


5 comments:

MyFudo™ said...

I never thought french toast can be as festive as this! Love eggnog mixed in baked treats, I never thought it can bring french toast to a whole new level. Great!

Alli @ Cupcake Diaries said...

I featured this recipe on my blog today! Thank you so much for sharing this. I can't wait to try this on Christmas morning!

Anonymous said...

What is the actual measurement of a "knob of butter"?

Bella said...

A knob of butter is like a small nugget, about a tbsp, but you can use a tsp at a time for frying. It tends to get absorbed with french toast so you have to keep adding to the pan depending on how many batches you're frying up. Add a little oil to that if you don't want the butter to get brown and burn too fast on you while frying.

Really just enough for frying.

khanlon2549 said...

I saw this on Pinterest, it inspired me to try it, I loved it, here's my version http://simplefoodeveryday.blogspot.ca/2012/12/eggnog-french-toast.html