Rainbow French toast

Rainbow French toast

Hello my friends! I’ve missed you all! I’ve missed writing. I’m hoping to be back now full time on the blog. I just took a much needed break due to the circumstances we were all left to deal with. The boys should be done with school June 12 so that will give me some extra time to be creative! And hoping life can slowly get back to normal. I mean who is so needing some hair TLC and Nail TLC Lol! But Today I wanted to share a fun bright brunch, you can make to add some smiles to your friends and family!

I’ve been trying to make special brunch items for the boys, you know just to add some special touches to our day! I love French toast my mom would make us French toast a lot. I’m glad my boys like it! But I added a special twist to our French toast. First I ordered the rainbow bread from the little market, they offer fresh baked goods from homeboyindustries! They deliver too! You have to order at least $40 worth and be in the area for home delivery! Order before Wednesday’s at 10am and you get your fresh delivery by Friday of the same week! Let me tell you worth it! The bread was yummy! We even ordered a fudge brownie and that was delicious. I made a fun basket for my good friends babies first bday! You’ll see that cutie in the photo enjoying it! So here’s my recipe! Super easy and yummy!

  1. Rainbow bread( if you can’t get rainbow any thick good bread will do)
  2. Eggs
  3. half and half( or milk)
  4. vanilla extract
  5. Cinnamon 
  6. Butter        

    So get all your ingredients! Depending on how much you will make is how much egg you will use, so for me I used 3 eggs and mixed about 1/4 cup of half and half, 1 tsp of vanilla extract and a generous dash of cinnamon! Whip your eggs with your ingredients, in a skillet heat butter on medium heat. Dip bread slices in your egg whip on both sides make sure it’s pretty soaked. Place dipped bread in the warm skillet and cook on both sides. Once done add some butter and your favorite syrup and you have delicious French toast! 

    Enjoy! Till next post! 
    XO Lisa