Texas Pecan French Toast

                                                                                          

The second recipe featured on Chow and Chatter by Sweet Life. I thank everyone for stopping by Rebecca’s blog and leaving lovely comments.

  

Need something sweet to start your day off in the right track? Well let’s add together two of my favorite Texas flavors and see what we come up with. Take our famous Texas Toast dunk it into a savory egg mix, cook until golden brown and then pour over a sweet mix of Texas pecans with brown sugar giving you a little extra motivation to jump out of bed. Enjoy!!

Texas Pecan French Toast
By Sweet Life
Serves two
4 slices of Texas Toast
3 eggs, beaten
Salt
pepper
½ cup butter
½ cup brown
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup chopped Texas pecans
Extra halves for garnishing
Heat oven to 200 degrees.

In a large bowl combine eggs, salt and pepper.
Heat a large non stick pan or griddle to medium high heat and add vegetable oil or butter.
Dunk each piece of Texas toast allowing
each piece to soak in the egg mix.Add slice to griddle as many as fit, do not overcrowd.
Cook until golden brown on both sides.
Remove and place in oven to keep warm until sauce is ready.
Melt butter, brown sugar in saucepan over low heat.
Add vanilla and stir to combine.
Add pecans
Drizzle mix over toast and garnish with pecans halves.
If mix becomes too thick add a little bit of water, it will help to loosen mix.?

 

Comments

  1. says

    Holy. MOLY. For a girl in Beijing without a stove, this recipe is not only mouthwatering, but a breakfast deliverance!
    Thank you!
    Joanna @ Stoveless

  2. says

    I adore anything French Toast… in fact, I think fried bread will always be one of favourite things to eat. I am excited to see this sweet pecan topping. a must try the next time I’m making breakfast. Thank you

  3. says

    french toast is sometimes off-putting to me because it’s just so limp and soggy, but the crunchy nuts will take care of that real quick–gorgeous work!

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