French toast

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French toast conjures up memories of some the best American breakfast/brunches ever. This Thermomix variation derives from one on the Australian Thermomix community site. Of course you can simply whisk up the ingredients in a bowl but the TM gives you a perfectly fine brown sugar after 5 seconds and of course that adds a lovely colour.

Whisk 4 eggs with 150g half and half, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, and 40g finely ground brown sugar. Polar into a shallow dish and Soak the thickly sliced bread in the eggs mixture. Melt butter in wide skillet and fry on both side.

I used TM chollah which made this extra special. I am not a huge fan of cinnamon masking all other flavours, so up the amount of spice if you like it.

Use home bread

Maple syrup is a traditional accompaniment but I like blueberries and raspberries with counter some of the sweetness.

Enjoy 🙂

 

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