Easy Sunday Morning – Walnut Bread French Toast and Jazz


A lazy Sunday morning calls for good coffee, fresh orange juice and walnut bread french toast. We’re awfully fond of Essential Baking Company, and their organic walnut bread makes excellent french toast.

Essential Baking Company's Delicious Walnut Bread

Essential Baking Company's Delicious Walnut Bread

Walnut Bread

Walnut Bread

Preheat your pan or grill to medium heat. Slice up some walnut bread into semi-thick slices. Mix together three eggs, some milk, a splash or two of vanilla extract, and some freshly grated orange or lemon peel. Stir together, soak the bread, and fry up on the grill with some butter for browning.

French Toasting

French Toasting

Serve with sliced fruit, a sausage (or soysausage) and some fresh juice. Turn up the jazz, pull out the New York Times, and enjoy. Easy, satisfying, delicious Sunday breakfast is served.

Walnut French Toast with Soysage and Pear

Walnut French Toast with Soysage and Pear

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5 Responses to Easy Sunday Morning – Walnut Bread French Toast and Jazz

  1. Ruth says:

    Such a delicious looking breakfast.

  2. bellegroveatportconway says:

    These look so good! Great idea to add to my future bed and breakfast menu! Thanks for the great idea!

  3. Pingback: From Bread to French Toast Greatness! | Essential Baking Company

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