Hannah’s Challah French Toast

Hannah's Challah French Toast

Start or end your day with French toast made with rich homemade challah.

3 jumbo eggs
Left over Challah cut into decent size slices
Butter / Margarine

Melt some butter / margarine in electric frying pan (I use the electric pan as its big and can get a lot done at once)
Whip eggs with a bit of milk
Cut Challah into decent size slices and dip into egg mixture and straight into the hot pan – not too hot so it’ll burn although I prefer mine more well done.
Once done, serve with whatever you fancy – as can be seen in the picture, I have mine with cinnamon sugar and my husband has his with apricot jam spread on.
Try also as an option to squeeze blue berries or banana and pecan nuts inside before dipping into the egg. Serve with syrup.
A very quick and easy Saturday night light meal. No fuss. Enjoy 👍

Prepared, tried and tested by: Hannah Frank Witt


Carol Taylor Well, Hannah made this French Toast recipe of yours this morning and it was a big hit with everyone..I cooked some blueberry’s down to make a sort of jam and used sour dough bread but it was yummy…Thank you xxx.

 French Toast

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