Friday, May 1, 2015

Caramelized Banana | French Toast | Brunch Recipe

What is better on a weekend morning than a warm plate of French toast? French Toast with caramelized bananas of course!

Of course, banana's don't grow locally in New England though! With fresh fruit coming into season, I like to stop at our Connecticut local farm stands and make a fresh fruit salad for lunch or for dessert after dinner.

Things have been pretty quiet in the Frugal New England Kitchen you may have noticed. I was sick for several weeks over the winter with some bug that everyone seemed to have. I've also decided to try to lose weight and have started back up with the Weight Watchers Online program.

Coffee and Crochet


Also, I've cut back on my favorite Starbucks Mocha Frappacino and put my creative hat back on and have taken up crocheting again. You'll have to check out my new Moomettes Crochet Shops where I sell my handmade Crochet Wash Cloths, Handmade Dish Cloths, and bath soap savers! After seeing so many cute Pinterest Crafts, it was high time I started getting Craftsy and ramping up my crochet hobby up a notch and start a crochet business.

Here's one of my latest handmade Dish Cloths crochet pattern design:

Handmade Dish Cloths
Available for Sale on Moomettes Crochet

Now back to the recipe for French Toast.

Made with eggs, milk and bread, French toast is one of the most inexpensive and easiest breakfast treats you can make. It’s a great way to use up bread that has gone stale and if you have more than you need, simply refrigerate it for up to two days and microwave when ready to eat.

You can top French toast with anything you like from cheese or peanut butter to sweet syrups or fruit. Just about anything your taste buds desire will be great on this dish.

Slice into strips and serve with a side of fruit for a great afternoon snack for kids or for Mother's Day Brunch!

Check out my easy Cheesecake Recipe for dessert !

Recipe for Brunch Banana French Toast

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