If you realize, most of my homemade posts are covering breakfast -- but how can you resist the prettiest meal of the day? Hey, I will be posting other meals too, don't go!
French toast is a quick and good-looking breakfast you can make anytime you want it. My late grandma was the very first person to teach me the basic French toast recipe, but I didn't know it was a French toast until I'm old enough to understand English. Surprisingly, I love French toast roll ups more than the original.
You will need:
- White bread, peeled (I like to use the soft one, flexible for rolling)
- Egg, beaten lightly. We used 1 big egg for a package of bread consist of 10 slices
- Butter for frying
- Any -- seriously, any filling you want to use for your french toast. Varied from salty to sweets, you name it. Us? We had chocolate sprinkles, cheese, lingonberry jam, caramel jam, marinara sauce, ketchup, habanero -- so anything!
Then you are good to go. Dip the bread inside your beaten egg and fry, fry, fry.
* Don't waste your time, though -- prepare drinks, dipping, and garnish while you keep a close attention to your pan.
As we had this roll ups on Easter morning, we decided to have them with our very first dyed Easter eggs together! That was really the very first I dyed an egg and I was so happy with the abstract neon result (we meant to dyed the shell at the first place, but it was an epic fail. Instead, we had these awesome color on the egg whites). I think this platter will be great for tea time as well, and you can decorate it however you like it to make them look even more gorgeous.