Sundae Brunch

February20

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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.

This post is part of International Incident Party : Sundae theme

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9 Comments to

“Sundae Brunch”

  1. Avatar February 20th, 2011 at penny aka jeroxie Says:

    I love the play of words! Very clever indeed. Thanks babe for joining us this month. Hope to see you soon :)
    penny aka jeroxie recently posted..International Incident Sundae Party – Banana muffin sundae


  2. Avatar February 20th, 2011 at msihua Says:

    OoOoo.. Croissants!! I like it! Never forget the cherry on the top!!!
    msihua recently posted..International Incident Sundae Party – Lychee Sundae Ice Cream


  3. Avatar February 20th, 2011 at Celeste @ Berrytravels Says:

    This is brilliant. I really like it!
    Celeste @ Berrytravels recently posted..Travelling in Gumboots – The country and being part of it


  4. Avatar February 21st, 2011 at Conor @ Hold the Beef Says:

    A beautifully colourful way to start the day. Who needs a newspaper to read with your breakfast when you have this to look at?
    Conor @ Hold the Beef recently posted..International Sundae Incident – Snagga Split


  5. Avatar February 21st, 2011 at Iron Chef Shellie Says:

    mmmmm… can’t go wrong when a croissant is involved! looks fantastic!


  6. Avatar February 23rd, 2011 at Cherrie Says:

    I can have this any time of the day. Looks lovely, Kat
    Cherrie recently posted..Strawberry Ice cream Sandwich


  7. Avatar February 28th, 2011 at Jordan C. Says:

    A sweet dessert and fresh fruit so it’s relatively healthy. It’s a win-win for brunch if you ask me.
    Jordan C. recently posted..Stonyfield Farm Low Fat Organic Plain and Vanilla Yogurt Review


  8. Avatar March 17th, 2011 at anh Says:

    this dish has my name written all over it. I LOVEEEE it!


  9. Avatar April 13th, 2011 at Jayson James Says:

    This looks pretty doable and delicious. I’ll definitely share this post to my girlfriend and see if she can pull this one off. This goes perfect with a coffee and a newspaper on your hand.

    Thanks for sharing!


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After growing up in Melbourne I took off overseas to work as a features reporter, based predominately in Asia, writing for some international publications, through this work I was able to visit many different places writing articles on food, travel, fashion, human rights, art & culture.

Now back ‘home’ I am currently involved with an ongoing project doing menu & recipe development where I get to test out new recipes with a team of chefs & food technologists on a daily basis.

I started this blog mainly as a way to keep all my notes and photos in one place, to connect with other food lovers and share some thoughts on food in general and recipes with you.

I am an urban cook & this is my journal.

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