Happy long weekend, fellow Canadians!
If you’ve got maple syrup, coffee, as well as eggs, milk, butter, bread and a waffle iron, enjoy staying in for breakfast. This is a great recipe to use up many slices of bread before it goes bad. The Joy of Cooking (1975 edition; 5th printing – Aug 1976) has never failed; I’ve made goose from that cookbook and it was so delicious that our new oven had a brief grease fire. (Goose flambe, anyone?) This recipe is hubby-approved. You can easily double/triple the batch if you’re feeding more than one person. Each batch is good for soaking two slices of bread.
French Toast Waffles (1 serving or two slices)
1/4 cup lactose-free milk (or any milk substitute)
2 tbsp melted butter (I melted mine in the microwave)
1/8 tsp salt
Warm up your waffle iron. Whisk/beat french toast mixture. Soak your sliced bread in the mixture. Cook until golden brown. You would have a crispy texture. It’s delicious with Summerland’s fruit syrups or with maple syrup.
It’s that simple. Enjoy!