A super quick and easy (and tasty!) breakfast idea!
Hallo ihr Lieben!
How are y’all doing? I’ve had another very exciting week with lots of stuff happening (in fact, so much stuff that I will even make a seperate blogpost about it!) I’ve mainly been posting stuff to see in Sydney which might be very understandable since I’m actually living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but I still want to post about other things. One of those things are recipes and since there are a lot of birthdays coming up for me this march, it’s probably going to be a whole lot of cakes and party snacks. Not that you can only bake cakes when there’s birthdays though… :D
The recipe today is a bit different. It’s a French Toast recipe that is super easy and fast to make, in fact it took me longer to write this post than to make the toast, and very yummy as well. It is a recipe that many of you probably know already but I feel like we sometimes forget that certain foods even exist and thus never make it. At least it was like that for me, I absolutely love french toast but never made it for myself.
So here is a little reminder for everyone: French Toast does exist and is ridiculously tasty.
What you need:
How to make it:
Crack the eggs and mix them up with a bit of milk.
Add a bit of sugar in the mix and dip the toast into the eggs.
Fry the soaked toasts in a pan until they are golden brown.
Butter your toast lightly and add a bit of sugar on top, you can also add all the fruit you like.
Canon EOS 600D (35mm, f/4.5, 1/50 sec, ISO320)
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Canon EOS 600D (28mm, f/4, 1/40 sec, ISO500)
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