Sunday Brunch


If you are like me, you get up and go on Sunday morning with maybe a piece of toast and coffee. This weekend Sunday started that way, but after a hike at the local preserve, I whipped up French Batard French toast with simmered blue berries and turkey bacon.

The Bacon:
Cover an aluminum tray with parchment, arrange the bacon, and cook at 350 F until as crisp to preference.

The Berries:
Cook in a sauce pan with a tablespoon of water an a teaspoon of sugar [or not :)] Cook until the berries emit their juice.

The French toast:
I discovered French Batard at a local store that sells fresh baked goods. I sliced the batard, about 3/8 inches thick.
I whipped up the egg white equivalent of two eggs, half a cup of milk, a pinch of sugar, and a teaspoon of cinnamon.
Dip the bread into the mix, and cook on a buttered flat skillet until brown on both sides.

Smother the French toast with the berries – Enjoy!

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2 responses to “Sunday Brunch

  1. That sounds yummy. I usually like French Toast with just a sprinkling of salt. Hub likes it made with fruit loaf.

    • I learned to make French toast when I was in 3rd grade. I didn’t like reading much so when we went to the library on our mandatory weekly visit, I checked out a kid’s recipe book. I have been modifying the French toast recipe ever since ;).

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