Saturday, June 24th

Weddings & Honeymoons - Magazines Since 1992

Valentine French Toast Recipe for Romance

January 5, 2017 1:39 pmViews: 28

What is better than to have Valentine French Toast for breakfast or brunch served in bed.

Valentine French Toast Recipe for you wedding planning menus.

Valentine French Toast perfect for a theme wedding sweet table.

While flowers are lovely, there’s something very special about a homemade Valentine French Toast gift from your sweetheart. Waking up to the smell of a delicious meal is a great way to start the day. So treat your loved one to breakfast (or brunch) in bed.

Paul Lowe, food and craft stylist and founder of Sweet Paul Magazine, shares his recipe for whipping up an easy heart-shaped dish of love. It is perfect for Valentine’s Day or any other day you are feeling romantic.

To make the recipe just for two, Lowe says to simply reduce ingredients by half. Score even more points by cleaning up the mess afterwards with a floral scented cleaning product, like honeysuckle dish soap from Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day.

This is also a good recipe to have if you are having out of town wedding guests stay at your place.

Valentine French Toast recipe is a menu idea for a brunch with your bridesmaids.

I Heart French Toast Casserole.
Prep time: 2 hours and 10 minutes.
Cook time: 35 minutes.

Serves: 4

Ingredients:
• 20 slices of good quality white bread.
• 1 1/2 cup whole milk.
• 4 large eggs.
• 1 tsp vanilla extract.
• Pinch of salt.

Instructions:
1. Start by greasing a baking dish.
2. Cut out hearts in the bread using a cookie cutter and layer the hearts in dish.
3. Beat remaining ingredients until nice and smooth. Pour evenly over bread. Place in fridge and let stand for at least two hours or overnight.
4. Bake at 350°F until golden brown, about 35 minutes. Top with berries and whipped cream or syrup and serve.

Tip: To make this into a savoury casserole, omit the vanilla and sprinkle with grated cheese, crumbled bacon and chives.

About Paul Lowe.

On Paul Lowe’s website, the craft and food stylist has fun explaining the way he look at his crafts. He says that he was raised in Oslo, Norway by two little old ladies (his words). His great aunt and grandmother who were excellent cooks and crafters. And they always had such fun! He has adopted his grandmother’s motto, “fullkommenhet er kjedelig” which means “perfection is boring.” And he has incorporated it, and her sheer joy of creating, into everything he does.

Sounds like Paul Lowe is going to be making someone French Toast this Valentine’s Day!

www.newscanada.com.

W&H | Valentine French toast recipe for romance.

Tags:

Leave a Reply


Wedding Styles & Themes