Saturday, 11 June 2011

Saturday Recipes - French Toast!

Today I dream of a having delicious french toast for Sunday breakfast.

To me, it's a perfect breakfast - sweet and crispy. My favourites are: french toast with mascarpone and strawberries or the banana-chocolate one.

I hope you'll enjoy the recipes I found for you and try some of them out!

Strawberry-Mozzarella Stuffed French Toast


I've never tried mozzarella in a french toast but it sounds really interesting. I always thought that mascarpone is perfect for sweet dishes and mozzarella for savory ones. It looks beautiful and I'm sure it tastes the same. Sweet, creamy, fruity and crispy, yum! Get the recipe here!

Photo from Familyfreshcooking.com

Banana-Bread French Toast

I've never tried banana bread but now I have to! This recipe is pretty special because it's what a professional chef - Douglas Keane of Cyrus in Healdsburg - has for his breakfast. That's how you know it's good! Get the recipe here!

Photo from Esquire.com

Chocolate and Pistachio French Toast with Warm Maple Syrup

That sounds like a mouthwatering combination! It's just perfect for long, lazy mornings and that filling is so luscious, yummy! Get the recipe here!

Photo from Whatsforlunchhoney.net

S’mores French Toast

If it tastes how it looks then I want it now! I think I would call it a dessert though because after a breakfast like that I don't think I would be going anywhere :) Get this brilliant recipe here!

Photo from Bunsinmyoven.com

Nutella Croissant French Toast


That's a perfect recipe for starting a day with! Especially if you have some stale croissants left and you don't want to waste them. It takes only few minutes to make it, I guarantee it's worth it! Find the recipe here!

Photo from 80breakfasts.blogspot.com

Caramelized Mascarpone-Stuffed Brioche French Toast

It’s made with homemade brioche bread caramelized with the help of a little butter and brown sugar, stacked high and stuffed with creamy mascarpone cheese, drizzled with a homemade berry-maple sauce and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Thank you Kasey for this amazing recipe!

Photo from Turntablekitchen.com

But first of all, if you want to make a perfect french toast you need this radical stamp :) Get it here!

Photo from Worldwidefred.com

Vive le toast Francais! :)

7 comments:

  1. Aww, this is lovely,
    I love it!

    Henar ♥
    ... OH MY VOGUE !

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  2. Oh my! This post is to much for me :).

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  3. nie pokazuj mi takich rzeczy kiedy mam kaco gastroooo :D

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  4. You dream of the most beautiful things girl.

    Seriously.

    Give me your dreaming mind :)


    hope to hear from you*!
    www.amyflyingakite.com

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  5. Dzizas, ale zgłodniałam. Własnie dlatego u siebie na blogu nie wrzucam żarcia, bo już bym chyba zwariowała doszczętnie...wystarczy mi, że u Ciebie mam takie smakołyki:)

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  6. Ja w soboty ledwo zdaze dokonczyc posta i musze biec do lodowki :)

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