Monday, August 15, 2011

Belgian Waffle French Toast

This recipe is inspired by My Heather Inn.  If you haven't read about my plan for the "Ultimate Fake-Cation,"  please check it out!

When you go to a B&B, you expect to get a fancier than normal kind of breakfast, don't you?  Something a little different, a little inventive.  Something that looks like it took time to make.  

How about some French Toast Waffles?  Not the kind made by pressing a piece of egg-dipped bread into your waffle iron.  No, these are French Toast slices made out of actual waffles! (I just so happened to have a bunch of previously frozen waffles made from a Krusteaz Belgian Waffle Mix.)

Here's what you need:
4 Eggs
1/2 Cup Milk
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
Leftover Belgian Waffles or Eggo-Style Waffles

Defrost frozen waffles for 1 minute in the microwave.  Mix the Eggs, Milk, Vanilla & Cinnamon together in a shallow bowl. QUICKLY dip the waffles into the egg mixture (Do not let them soak).  Place the waffles onto a griddle or frying pan and cook on each side until they're slightly browned and the egg appears to be cooked.  To be sure they are thoroughly cooked in the middle, press them down onto the griddle using your spatula a few times.

You get all the flavor of French Toast with the great texture of a waffle.  Serve with some syrup to dip and a sliced banana.

These were a big hit in my house this weekend!  I hope you'll try them too!

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  1. LOVE this! Will definitely have to try these out. Loving your blog!

  2. Hi Heather! I just found your blog today and what a surprise to see Cape May and some of her B&Bs pictured! I live in Wildwood Crest and have since I was 4 yrs old.(Now 50+) My dad retired from the Coast Guard in Cape May. It was fun seeing your pics and I really love your blog! Keep up the good work!

  3. Great quick and delicious breakfast idea... love french toast and waffles.. now the best of both worlds in one!!

  4. WOW OH WOW!!! I found your blog yesterday and spent HOURS perusing all your goodies!! I didn't leave a comment there, but my FAVORITE post on your blog is the one about the foaming hand soap! I got some foaming hand soap for about 75 cents each on clearance at Marshalls several months ago because they had Christmas labels. I was planning to try some other soap in my dispenser after I finish up a bottle to see if it's the dispenser or the soap..........I'm SO excited to see that it's the dispenser!! I'll be 'decorating' mine with pretty scrapbook papers and keeping my dispensers around for a long time to come!! Thank you, thank you! Oh! I've told a yahoo group about your place and you've gained yourself another follower (me!). :-)

  5. Ah, this looks amazing! Especially since I'm reading it at breakfast time. Definitely bookmarking this to try sometime. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. Oh, that sounds lovely. I'm putting that on our menu for next week. Thanks!


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