Monday, November 26, 2007

Crispy French toast

This is my contribution to this month's WBB cornflakes hosted by nags
http://cookingandme.blogspot.com/2007/11/theme-for-wbb-17-is.html

Ingredients

4 slices bread
1 cup milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tbs sugar
1 tbs butter
1 cup cornflakes
chocolate syrup or strawberry syrup(store bought)


I dont use eggs

Method

in a sauce pan warm milk add sugar MIX until sugar melted then add vanilla extract to milk
Pour milk mixture in a plate
Pour corn flakes in another plate
DIP bread slices in milk then in corn flakes on both sides
Heat butter in a pan when melted put bread slices and toast until golden on both sides
Serve warm with chocolate syrup





34 comments:

Asha said...

Sagari, that toast is mouthwatering! Love the photos!:)

Richa said...

looks yum! anything with chocolate is welcome :)

Rajitha said...

sagari..awesome..i will try this coz i do not eggs too :)

Pravs said...

What a nice way incorporate cornflakes to make french toast..hmm..chocolate syrup too.

Kribha said...

Sagari,
I've been missing out so many of your posts b'coz I did not add your new link to my reader. Anyway, I'll try to catch up with you soon.
French toast is always my fav and your looks especially delicious. Adding cornflakes is new to me. Got to taste it your way.

Nags said...

lovely toast! thank you so much for the contribution to wbb :)

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

This looks yummy!! A very nice breakfast idea....

bindiya said...

These look superb Sagari, well done!

Latha Narasimhan said...

lovely ttoast sagari! :) Looking perfect! My bread always breaks when I dip into milk!

Shweta said...

Love the idea! Eggless french toast, have to try this!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks very very nice sagari!!

Puspha said...

Wow!!!! This is superb.

Jeena said...

Hey Sagari this looks like one indulgent breakfast. :)

Rina said...

Love french toast and that too with this twsit sure to enjoy, sagari. Creative idea. Did you send this WBB event for this month Cornflakes entry

Seema said...

Looks great Sagari - I am not a french toast person, but my hubby loves it!

Prema Sundar said...

Thats a great looking toast.. adding cornflakes would sure make it crispy.

Vanamala said...

Hey Fantastic pics !! Got to try it...

Namratha said...

Very creative Sagari, good entry :)

AnuSriram said...

Looks awesome... nice photos!

Swaroopa said...

looks gr8!! will try it with out eggs..

Cynthia said...

This is what I love about food blogging, you learn something new everyday.

Bharathy said...

God!!This was what I exactly wanted to do and send for my sisters event..being a little non-confident, I changed my mind and complicated myself making those cookies..
The toasts look just perfect and I love the way you have zigzagged the chocolate sauce on top!!:)

Happy cook said...

This is realy a unusual toast. Hey i am a adult well most of the time but i would love it too ;-)

Sandeepa said...

Lovely pics and no eggs in afrench toast, that is something

Meera said...

Wonderful recipe! Got to try it!

Dhanggit said...

it is very original! french toast in crispy version..my french husband told me they invented french toast long long time ago to be able to eat old rotten bread..but your version is truly worth a try..thanks for dropping by at my blog..love your site! i will add you up in my fave blogroll

Rosie said...

Hi Sagari,
What great pics and mouth-watering toast :)

Rosie x

aparna said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. Lovely way to use cornflakes and a simple one too.

Grihini said...

A simple yet innovative Toast recipe. I will try this :)

Kulpreet said...

It is made here too in India and is called as shahi toast. And in place of choclate sauce, condenced milk is poured just before serving.
Thnaks! Pictures are lovely.

Seema Bhat said...

Sagari, Loved the idea of using cornflakes in French toast. I don't use eggs there as well. Very creative and a great entry

TBC said...

That's a very nice way of using corn flakes, Sagari.

Laavanya said...

That looks great and the chocolate topping would've been great.

Mythreyee said...

Thank you so much for posting the eggless version. I love it. Now I got the recipe, it's going to be my special item on week end breakfast. Thanks.