Valentine's French Toast

I think my days for exchanging Valentine's Day cards have truly passed, however I do really like the sentiment of Valentine's. The little men in my life will always put wonderful effort into making me the most beautiful cards to treasure. In return, I will normally have a treat of some love heart shaped food to mark the day for them. They adore French Toast so these love heart shaped toasties are amorously welcomed on Valentine's morning. 
My little lady takes dusting icing sugar very seriously!

2 eggs
2 tbsp cream or milk
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
4 slices of bread, white or brown

25g butter
To Serve
Icing sugar, for dusting
Sliced strawberries


1. Whisk together the eggs, the cream/milk and vanilla extract in a bowl.
2. Makes bread hearts using some heart shaped cutters.
2. Place a frying pan over a medium heat and melt the butter. Soak the pieces of bread on both sides in the egg mixture, then place in the pan. Cook for 2 minutes on each side, until the bread is deep golden.
3. Place on a warmed plate and dredge generously with icing sugar to serve alongside some sliced strawberries. 

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Wholesome Cook said...

I adore her apron Nessa. Gorgeous.
I'm with you we are far beyond exchanging cards but we do mark the day with the kids with heart shaped treats. Hope you're well. x

Nessa Robins said...

All good here! I love that little apron too. I really should of ironed it! I only noticed how creased it was after the pics were taken. :)

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Real cooks have wrinkled aprons. Never iron an apron! The French toast is a lovely idea for the kids before they head out to school. Great photos!

Nessa Robins said...

Thanks! Well very little is ironed in this house. It's always the last job on my list! :)

Life, Loves and...... said...

Love this and think I might do this
And your daughter is super pretty in her little apron!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

What a sweet idea for French toast! I love your daughters apron! She looks like she takes her work seriously too!

Have a wonderful week!

Donna OShaughnessy said...

I stopped ironing with child number four. He, ironically is the only one of my now adult kids who ever wears anything ironed. And because of you...I will make heart shaped French toast tomorrow for my GK's!

Nessa Robins said...

Thanks Ladies. I'm sure the children will love it!
That's very funny Donna. Hopefully some of mine go a similar route and then they might even do their Mammy's ironing. :)