Monday, April 29, 2013

Happy Monday!

As promised, the french toast from the other weekend! This weekend was somewhat lazy lay about. I was supposed to go to my parents but we had a family issue and the trip was postponed until Mothers Day weekend. Which is kind of great for me because I can chart my progress on the evil hill! My sister's Mother in Law was in town so we all hung out. Like I said, relaxing! Make this delish French Toast next time you have a lazy Saturday morning. It hits the spot! 

What you need:
5 slices Leftover Coconut Banana Bread 
5 eggs (beaten) 
3 Tbl Milk 
2 tsp Cinnamon (I used Penzley's Cake Spice, its so yummy)
1/2 Tbl coconut oil (or butter, or Olive Oil. Depends on your taste preference) 
3 cups Fruit (any kind) 
1 tbl honey 
1/4 cup coconut flakes 
Almond slivers 

What you do: 
Mix the beaten eggs, milk and spice. 
Place your bread in the mixture and let it soak for a bit then turn and soak the other side 
Melt (or heat) your coconut oil in a pan until its liquid 
Place the toast in the pan and heat until golden brown (about 1 and half minutes depending on heat) 
While the toast is heating, mix your fruit in a bowl with additional coconut flakes and the honey 
Flip and heat until the other side is golden brown 
Drop on your plate and top with fruit and slivered almonds. 

Quote for the day......

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them; that only creates sorrow.
Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”
― Lao Tzu


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