pain dore

I’m sitting in Kelowna on a beautiful sunny, yet snowy Sunday. Mom and I are wondering what’s for breakfast… First thing that comes to mind…Pinterest!

We quickly stumbled on a recipe for simple French toast using Silk soy milk. Vanilla soy milk actually, which my mom normally has on hand.

Here it is. Nice and simple french toast with Okanagan berries. My mother always freezes local berries when in seasons.

Moe’s Tip of the day. When freezing berries, lay them out on cookie sheets,  than freeze. After frozen transfer to bags whole before bagging. Eliminates messy clumped up berries.

Now here’s Mom & I’s version. I actually took pictures, watched and ate  it. She did the cooking, which is always a good choice.

2 eggs
2/3 cup Silk Vanilla, Light Vanilla, Original, Light Original, DHA Omega-3 & Calcium or Heart Health
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
pinch nutmeg
1 tsp. vanilla or almond extract
6 thick slices day-old French bread (We used Winnipeg Rye bread, best when a day or two old.)
canola cooking spray

Mom said she would’ve used more egg as it was slightly soggy and more cinnamon, as you could barely taste it. Other then that it was fantastic brunch for 4.

Bon appetito!

xo. amy


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