Greek Goddess Grain Bowl with “Fried” Zucchini, Toasted Seeds and Fried Halloumi.
Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there!!
Just stopping in for a quick post to share this delicious raspberry rose baked french toast (gotta go pamper my mom you know!!). Perfect for an easy late spring/summer brunch, a girl’s gathering or just an extra special morning when in need of sweet, buttery baked bread! Of course, if you still have time, this would be an awesome addition to your Mother’s Day brunch. It’s kind of a show stopper, and I highly recommend making it for guests. Especially since you can prep everything the night before and then just pop it in the oven the next morning.
Talk about easy entertaining!!
I actually made this again today for my mom…she LOVED it. The perfect way to begin a day of “farming”, as we are now off as a family to check out a goat farm, buy some more fencing and then finish prepping “the homestead” for the goats arrival later this month. My dad spent yesterday afternoon building them a little shed (in the midst of a snow storm – yes snow storm!). Oh my gosh, the goats are actually happening. Whoa.
Next. Next time it will be a horse… yeah!
For now though, please go check out this french toast recipe on the Inspired Homes site. Pretty please with a cherry on top? You really do not want to miss it.
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I mean, aren’t they just so pretty??? I promise, they are just as delicious!
Perfect for brunching!! Find the recipe here.
Oh, and I hope everyone gets a chance to enjoy their mom today, make sure you let her know how special she is!!
I baked this – very tasty. I had to leave out nuts (allergy) and use whole milk instead of coconut milk, as suggested. I used a pretty large challah – next time I’ll try a smaller loaf- needed to make more soaking liquid. I would also try a different, more sturdy fruit; the raspberries didn’t present that well after baking. Maybe blackberries, or a mixture. Delicious, none the less. Thank you.
Amazing!! 🍉🍓 Thank you so much for making this recipe, I love to hear that it was delish! Have a great weekend:)
Please, what is 1″ loaf of challah supposed to be? I’m assuming just 1 loaf, but checking. Thank you.
Its 1 challah loaf cut into 3/4 inch slices. I hope this helps, please let me know if you give the recipe a try! xT
I’ve made this recipe into a Christmas tradition. I love how you can prep the night before and just stick in the oven the next morning. Not to mention it’s a huge hit with everyone because it’s delicious!
Thank you so much Neha! I am so glad this is now a family tradition!
Hi!! I’m making this lovely dish for Easter tomorrow, and wanted to know if the can of coconut milk should be unsweetened or sweetened? Thank you!
Hi! Unsweetened coconut milk! I hope you love the french toast. Happy Easter! 🙂
Could I substitute coconut sugar for the brown sugar? I know it’s not a lot, but that is what I have on hand. Thanks!
Hey Kelly! Yes, coconut sugar will be great! Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you! ::)
How / where do you get or make “rose water”? Since it is only a teaspoon is it truly necessary to the recipe? If it is I will do my best to come up with some. Thank you for your response and I am really looking forward to making this dish!
HI! I buy rose water on amazon. Below is the link. Let me know if you have questions. Thank you!
Also, if you would prefer, you can just omit the rose water from the recipe. No big deal! Let me know if you have questions.