I’ve always had a similar dish to french toasts when I was younger, but as I visited the USA, I have experienced what french toast really should be. I read many recipes, tested out flavors, and the final result is put down in this recipe. The right sweetenes, with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and berry coulis. I enjoy this, and I’ve made this to a lot of people who say the same. I want more!

Measurements and Ingredients

3 eggs
150 grams of refined sugar
500 ml. milk
One teaspoon liquid vanilla extract
Two tablespoons of ground cinnamon

Use white bread or a heavier type of french loaf. If possible not pre-cut

Addition Information

Servings: 6

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 3-5 minutes
Decorating dont take long

Total time: 10 minutes


Start with cracking the eggs.
Add sugar, milk, and vanilla and mix it all up.
Cut 2-3 pieces of bread, 1-inch thick per serving.
Dip them once in the batter.
Add the cinnamon to the mixture.

Dip the bread once more in the mixture and straight into a medium hot pan.
Fry them for a few minutes.

Homemade Berry Coulis

Measurements & Ingredients

A quick recipe for berry coulis

400 grams of mix of blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries.
400 grams of refined sugar.
Add a few drops of liquid vanilla extract.


– Mix all the ingredients in a medium-sized casserole and bring to a boil.
– Let it simmer for about 30 minutes.
– Use a sift to separate the juice from the berries.
– Pour onto a ”chefs” squeeze bottle
– Cool in fridge for 24 hours

Add to french toasts, and deserts.

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