Challah French Toast.
1/2 cup of milk
1/2 cup of heavy cream
3 large eggs
2 tablespoons of honey
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Pinch of salt
Whisk all of the ingredients together in a bowl and set aside. Slice the Challah (either homemade or purchased) into 1.5 inch slices. Dredge each slice, on both sides, into the egg mixture. Let it soak in for about 20 seconds on each side. In the meantime, get a large sauté pan warmed up with a pat of butter. Once melted, add the slices of Challah. Cook on each side until golden brown. Serve & enjoy!!
— Knead to Cook
You have me crave for French toast! This looks terrific!
Thank you my sweet friend! oxoxo Robin
I love Challah bread!!! My kids LOVE Challah bread! 🙂 Another great way to enjoy it! Thanks for sharing! Definitely will be making this tomorrow. I have a few loaves in the fridge and this will make a nice treat for my family for breakfast. 🙂
Okay I’ll be needing your address so I can be there bright and early for breakfast 🙂 I need to make more Challah. I love it!! oxoxo
I am new to the bread making scene. Got rid of my bread making machine years ago but recently I have taken up baking which I will admit is not my greatest form of cooking. I have been to 6 different cooking schools and am always taking courses here and there but I have always stayed away from baking because you have to be exact in measuring everything which is not the way I cook. I was just wondering if I am over reacting to the exact measuring thing. Also, could you tell me where I could find a recipe for the Challah bread?
Lou, First, breathe. Baking is so different from cooking. Cooking is definitely more free-wheeling and flexible. Baking is more exact. I have the Challah bread recipe and I make it quite a bit in the cooler months with great success. https://kneadtocook.com/challah-bread/