A soft, pillowy loaf (a lot like brioche, but not quite as buttery) with that well-loved sugary, cinnamon seaside doughnut flavour, marbled with slightly sour and sticky raspberry jam. Delicious either warm from the oven with a bit of butter, or – even better – made into French Toast a few days later… 🙂
What do you eat for breakfast on Christmas Day? Well, for starters, is there even time? I mean, do you shove down a couple of slices of toast and a cuppa before the kids come stampeding into the bedroom with their stockings? Do you just skip it and starve yourself knowing that you’ll be cradling a turkey-sized food baby in a few hours time? Or, do you put away the Terry’s Chocolate Orange from the bottom of your stocking whilst parked in front of The Life of Brian…
There’s something really special about getting up after a long lie, whacking the kettle on and then taking a bit of time to put together something you wouldn’t normally have time to scoff on a weekday morning. If you’re in the mood to try something a little different, here are five lazy brunch recipes from the archives.
Here are four ways to make your Saturday morning French Toast a little bit extra 💛
I like French Toast. Okay, I love French Toast – but I can never be bothered with the frying part. 1, because it’s an extra pan to wash up. 2, because the first batch are cold by the time you’ve fried all the others up. 3, because I’m damned lazy. So I baked it instead, […]