One of my favorite meals.
And I can eat it for any meal of the day (breakfast, lunch, or dinner).
Since I have had so much time on my hands (not really),
I have been spending it creating unique and new food ideas for you.
Anyone can find a recipe and follow it word for word,
but I am one that likes to create my own recipes,
and then share them with you......
Do you remember that gorgeous Kentucky Butter Cake I made?
It was turned into French Toast.
I was afraid of it being too sweet for breakfast,
but it turned out just right.
I sliced the left-over cake into fairly thin slices,
dipped them in the egg mixture,
and placed them on a 400 degree F. preheated griddle.
I waited till they were nice golden brown,
and flipped them.
And the "picky-eater" loved it.
Egg Wash For French Toast
1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
Whisk the eggs and cinnamon together first.
1/2 c. butter milk
1 c. milk
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Whisk all together.
Dip cake pieces in egg wash (turning a couple times) and place on a preheated 400 degree F. griddle. Brown on one side until golden brown and flip.
This recipe is linked to:
Foodie Friends Friday
Full Plate Thursday
Weekend Pot Luck