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Recipe of the Day: Maple French Toast

French toast has to be right up there with my all time favourite breakfast. Squidgy eggy bread that is fried in butter until toasted on the outside and still soft and spongy within. This particular inclination also has a subtle sweet smoky note from the inclusion of maple syrup in the egg mixture and naturally more added at the end too.

AuthordanieldiverCategory

What better way to kick off the weekend with than a leisurely breakfast with maple French toast. This also makes a perfect midnight snack.

Maple french toast recipe

Yields2 Servings

 2 eggs
 1 tbsp milk
 60 ml maple syrup (plus extra for serving)
 2 thickly slices white bread (preferably slightly stale)
 Butter & Olive oil for frying

1

Whisk together eggs, milk and maple syrup in a dish large enough to contain 2 slices of bread in one layer.

2

Add the bread and allow to sit for a minute before flipping over and allowing the other side to soak.

3

Heat the butter and oil in a frying pan over a medium to low heat.

4

Shake off any excess egg mixture before gently laying it into the pan. Cook for 2 – 3 minutes aside until cooked through and golden brown.

5

Remove to a plate once cooked and drizzle with a little more maple syrup.

Ingredients

 2 eggs
 1 tbsp milk
 60 ml maple syrup (plus extra for serving)
 2 thickly slices white bread (preferably slightly stale)
 Butter & Olive oil for frying

Directions

1

Whisk together eggs, milk and maple syrup in a dish large enough to contain 2 slices of bread in one layer.

2

Add the bread and allow to sit for a minute before flipping over and allowing the other side to soak.

3

Heat the butter and oil in a frying pan over a medium to low heat.

4

Shake off any excess egg mixture before gently laying it into the pan. Cook for 2 – 3 minutes aside until cooked through and golden brown.

5

Remove to a plate once cooked and drizzle with a little more maple syrup.

Maple French Toast

Aboutdanieldiver

Food enthusiast and gym junkie. Love all things food and drink. Sharing recipes, cooking, eating and talking food.

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