Today I want to share a recipe with you, and have made a printable 4×6 Recipe Card of it, so you can try it out, too!
Hawaiian French Toast
You can download a printable version here, or click the graphic below.
I came up with this simple recipe last week as I was trying to use up some leftovers from our New Year’s Eve hors d’oeuvre dinner. Since I am on a Pantry Challenge for this whole month, I take using my leftovers up pretty seriously!
After New Year’s Eve I ended up with an entire loaf of King’s Hawaiian round bread. A day or two later I was thinking about what to make for breakfast, and decided to use the King’s Hawaiian bread to make French Toast. It was GREAT! It was so simple, too!
I started with the original King’s Hawaiian round bread loaf.
I choose to be dramatic and cut it across the round loaf, like a tiered cake. I wanted to serve BIG French Toast, ha! You can obviously cut it like a regular loaf of bread and have smaller slices.
Other than the bread, and the butter to fry it in, the ingredients are pretty simple. Gee, what store do you think I like to shop at?
After a quick dip in the batter, you pop them in your skillet, and shake on some powdered cinnamon.
I like to cook my French Toast until it gets some good color. That’s especially important when you use really thick bread, because you want to make sure it is cooked all of the way through.
Once you’ve cooked it thoroughly, plate those bad boys up and serve them with some syrup! TASTY!
The King’s Hawaiian bread was excellent for French Toast, because it is a sweet bread to begin with. I found that I didn’t need a lot of syrup, which is nice.
The kids loved it. Hubby loved it. I loved it.
We don’t buy this bread very often, but if we ever have a leftover loaf of it again, I am making this recipe!
Want a copy for your recipe box? Click here to download and print one!
Let me know if you try it!