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French toast is a breakfast favorite, and Nutella is a chocolatey spread beloved by millions. Putting them together? A match made in heaven. 

All you need to do is make traditional french toast, and then slather the pieces in Nutella. Next, put the pieces together into a stack — not unlike a layer cake.

To make it even better, lather the decadent french toast in maple syrup and enjoy with strawberries and bananas. You’ll never want to do breakfast any other way!

Ingredients:

4 (1/2″-thick) slices French bread

2 eggs, beaten

1/4 c. milk

1 T. butter, to coat pan

Nutella (about 1/4 c.)

Maple syrup (preferably pure Vermont maple syrup!)

1 banana, sliced

4 strawberries, sliced

Directions:

Combine beaten eggs and milk in a wide shallow dish.  Dip a bread slice in the egg mixture; turn and dip the other side, coating well.  Repeat with remaining bread slices.

Heat a large non-stick skillet over medium-high heat.  Add butter to the pan, and coat the skillet surface with the melted butter.  Place coated bread slices in the pan and cook each side until golden brown, about 3-5 minutes per side.

Remove bread slices from the pan and place on a plate.  Spread two of the slices generously with Nutella; place the remaining two slices on top to form sandwiches.  Top with maple syrup, sliced bananas, and sliced strawberries.

Sources: The Kitchen Is My Playground / Photo credit: The Kitchen Is My Playground

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The Secret To Making Perfect Crispy French Toast Every Time (Recipe)

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What is better than a piping hot plate of French toast on a leisurely morning? Crunchy bread soaked in eggs, milk and cinnamon, crisped in the frying pan and topped with butter and maple syrup, this is truly an essential.

We recommend using thick, day old bread. Fresh bread works, but it won’t develop the same delicious crust. Avoid bread that is too soft or sweet. We recommend sourdough, challah, Hawaiian sweet bread, brioche, whole wheat, Portuguese sweet bread, schiacciata, or raisin bread for a sweet twist.

Drumroll please! The secret to making crunchy French toast: before dipping in the custard, spread a thin layer of butter onto the bread and scrape off with breadknife so that only a little is left behind.

The more butter you put on the bread slices, the crunchier it will be, but too much will prevent it from absorbing the custard.

You can also cook these delectable treats in a toaster oven.

There are endless tasty variations — try serving with chocolate syrup and coffee powder for a decadent twist.

Here is the recipe, adapted from Ways and How:

Ingredients:
4 eggs
cup of half and half
2tb butter
nonstick spray
two tb sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
pinch of cinnamon

1. Pre-toast the bread until it is firm but not browned.
2. In a bowl wide enough to submerge the bread slices, whisk the eggs, half and half, sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon. Don’t whip into a froth; stop once everything is incorporated.
3. Before dipping the bread into the custard mix, spread a thin layer of butter onto the bread. Scrape with breadknife so only a little is left behind.
4. Add nonstick spray or a thin coat of butter to a skillet over medium high heat.
5. One at a time, dip the bread slices into the custard mixture for approximately 10 seconds (longer for thicker bread). Immediately transfer each slice to the hot skillet. Make sure both sides are evenly coated with the custard but take them out before they get soggy. The longer the bread sits in the mixture, the thicker it will be when done.
6. Fry until golden brown, then flip.
7. Serve immediately with syrup and a sprinkle of cinnamon powder.

 

Source: Ways and How Photo Credit: Food  Networkovenamasherka, Bay Area Foodie, The Cooking Mom, Jessica Ann Media

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