So, I made me some French Toast with it, and then topped it with the Homemade butter I'd just made. I make my own butter from time to time, usually when I've got some leftover whipping cream in the fridge that's about ready to start walking on its own. In other words, well, you get my drift. The butter I made the other day was more like the French butter because the cream was just on the verge of being sour, one more day in the fridge and it would have turned on me.
I put two and two together and came up with this.
And you know I used some of the butter I'd just made for that.
I cooked the french toast in the pan until they were lovely and golden brown, topped them with the butter. And then added some syrup. They were so good. And because the bread was so hearty, the meal actually lasted with me for quite awhile.
So, after you've whisked together your batter, then you dunk the bread. And a side note here, don't use that soft, white supermarket bread for this. Get yourself some artisan bread or better yet, some nice homemade bread, and if it's whole grain, so much the better. Let it get a touch stale, all that will do is enable it to sop up more of the egg batter. Then, dunk it.
|You can see the bits of melted butter sitting on top of the bread here.|
|The Chia seeds are so pretty inside the slice.|
Place them in a pan over med-low heat, and let them cook on each side until they're browned.
and then I glanced at the jar of Strawberry Jam, which had just about a tablespoon and a half of jam left, and the next thing I knew I'd glopped the jam onto the plate and it looked even better than yesterday.
|See the little Chia seeds in there?|
Hope you're having a good day as well, and I'll see you later.