On lazy Sundays when you have the luxury of time and do not have to rush about is the perfect day to have a leisurely brunch. If you don’t feel like battling the crowds or driving in traffic on a day off prepare something at home that is quick, easy and an indulgent treat. Plus ‘dessert’ first thing is always a treat.
What I love about this recipe is it combines two of my favourite breakfast items – croissants & French toast
What you will need:
Croissants cut in half length ways- 1 or 2 per person
1 egg whisked for dipping per croissant
Sweet: flavour egg with vanilla and cinnamon
Savoury: Salt & pepper
Various stuffing prepared for assembly. For this one I was inspired by the classic sundae so I used ice cream, fresh fruit – Don’t forget the cherry on top.
What to do:
Prepare egg mix and dip the 2 halves (flat side down) of croissant into egg and fry until cooked as you would with french toast. Fill with all your favourite toppings and serve while still warm.
This recipe can be adapted to be both sweet or savoury so stuff it with whatever you please. This recipe was inspired by Maureen’s Kitchen, New York as seen in Unique Eats.
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