Stollen French Toast Recipe

DSCN1329Here’s the recipe for the amazing breakfast we had last Saturday.

Beat together:

8 eggs
2c milk
1 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
1-2 tsp sugar

Slice a loaf of stollen into about 16 slices and put into shallow pans in one layer (or two, if you can’t help it). Pour the egg mixture on top, turning the slices over so they are completely coated. Heat a cast iron pan to medium heat and fry the slices until golden and the egg has cooked completely (even in the middle of the slices). You should notice them firming up noticeably as they finish cooking. Serve plain, or with powdered sugar or real maple syrup if you fear not the sugar shock!

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2 Comments

  1. Ken said,

    December 26, 2008 at 11:20 pm

    Inspired by your earlier account, I tried getting some stollen from our local baker on Wednesday. When I asked on Tuesday, he said that they were already making as many loaves as they could and that all the loaves were already sold! No stollen for me this year.

    I did make french toast with homemade hawaiian rolls this morning, and it was pretty amazing too.

  2. Moranna said,

    December 22, 2009 at 5:30 am

    Oh yummy – I must try this. Following on Ken’s comment – try Spanish toast.
    Beat an egg, add a little sugar and milk. Beat well. Slice bread and soak in the beaten egg/milk and fry until golden brown. And eat, eat, eat!!


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