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Banana Bread French Toast

Ok, I promise this will be the last banana-flavored baked good for a bit because I’m kind of burned out on banana baked goodness for the time and I’m sure you all are getting tired of me rambling on about banana baked goods…

One easy and very delicious way to use up your banana bread is to make banana bread french toast.  I came up with this “recipe” when I overcooked a loaf of banana bread and didn’t want to eat it straight because of how dry it was (yup, I make mistakes too!).  The only way I could think of utilizing the loaf was to get creative with it–hence banana bread french toast.  Real simple, but real good.

The contrast of textures of the french toast is fantastic–you get the crispy outside and the warm, gooey deliciousness on the inside.  Try it out and trust me, you’ll be hooked.

Banana Bread French Toast

Serves 2-4

4 slices of Banana Bread–how thick is up to you; thicker= more gooey whereas thinner=more crispy

2 eggs

1/2 tsp vanilla

Some milk–add as little or as much as you want

Butter (for heating up the pan)

Heat a non-stick pan up on the stove and add some butter.  Whisk the eggs, vanilla, and milk together until well blended.  Dip the banana bread into the egg mixtures, making sure to coat both sides of the bread.  Throw it into the pan and cook until golden, brown, and delicious on both sides.

Serve as it or with maple syrup, bananas, whipped cream, jam, etc.  Enjoy!


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