French Toast

French toast is not my favourite breakfast/brunch special food.  I’d much rather have pancakes or waffles.  French toast is kinda mushy, and pancakes/waffles are nice and fluffy and soak up much more syrup, especially waffles since you can fill all those little squares.

However, I saw this recipe for overnight peach french toast and I was intrigued.  So I waited patiently for peach season, since I wanted to use fresh and not canned (although I think the canned ones would get nice and caramelized while the fresh did not really) and now it is peach season.  I had some peaches that were verging on over-ripeness so I took the opportunity to make it.  It is actually quite good, and now I have breakfast for the next few days.  The recipe says that it makes six servings, but that seemed huge, so I cut it into twelve.  Oh, and I skipped the cream part, because I wasn’t really liking the idea of pouring reduced cream on the top.  Icing sugar seemed a better idea.

 

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About Kathy

I'm a twenty-something who loves animals, farming, photography and cooking/baking. Luckily enough, photography works really well with the other three subjects, so I carry my camera around practically everywhere. Other than that, my life is pretty uneventful.
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2 Responses to French Toast

  1. Kyra Nelson says:

    I love peaches and French toast. This looks like a must try.

  2. Mrs. Rambo says:

    THIS LOOKS AMAZING!!!!! I have some canned peaches in the cupboard I should try it. My family will love you for this!!!!!

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