I like easy recipes that don't call for hard-to-find ingredients or lots of prep work. I also like reading old cookbooks and bringing some of the dishes up to date. My recipes don't require you to be a gourmet chef and many of them are simple enough for kids to tackle.
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Thursday, October 16, 2014
Donut Bacon French Toast ‘Wich
Ingredients for Donut Bacon French Toast 'Wich Photo by Kate Tompkins
Ever since I bought my breakfast sandwich maker, I’ve been
plotting how to make a sandwich involving donuts and bacon. When I found Egg
Creations maple French toast blend liquid eggs in the dairy section of my
grocery store, I knew exactly how to do it. This recipe is definitely for those
with a sweet tooth
1 glazed donut, sliced in half*
2 slices of cooked bacon, cut in half
1/4 cup Egg Creations maple French toast blend liquid eggs
Preheat sandwich maker. Place bottom half of donut in bottom
and cover with bacon. Pull down the top half and pour the egg mixture into it.
Cook for three minutes. Add the top half of the donut. Cook for another 100
seconds. When you remove the sandwich, place it on the plate upside down, as
otherwise the hot sugar on the bottom half will glue it to the plate. You will want a fork to eat it as it's too hot and sticky to pick up.
Donut Bacon French Toast 'Wich Photo by Kate Tompkins
I’m not pretending this is healthy, but it’s not as caloric
as you might think. Each one has only 270 calories (obviously that would differ
with a larger donut).
*This works much better if it’s frozen first. Keep it frozen
until you’re ready to make the breakfast sandwich.