Bacon, avo and cheese french toast

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Making french toast is such a brilliant way of involving the whole family. One can break and whisk up the eggs, the other can do the frying, while another can be in charge of the bacon and yet another can grate the cheese. This is only feasible when you have enough space in your kitchen though. For my hubby and I it works brilliantly – catching up on some of the day’s news and having a giggle when the egg is spilled on the counter.

When it came down to feasting on this marvelous breakfast of ours, my hubby challenged me to top my already huge stack with yet another piece of french toast and drench it in golden syrup (unfortunately we didn’t have maple syrup in the pantry). Oh my goodness, it was delightful! Be warned though, you won’t be able to run a marathon after this hefty breakfast.

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Ingredients:

4 slices of bread

2 eggs

50 ml milk

Handful of grated cheddar and white cheddar cheese

1 mashed up avocado

8 rashers of bacon

Method:

1. Warm up a non-stick pan on a medium heat. Lightly beat the eggs and milk with a dash of salt and pepper in a cup.

2. Pour the egg mixture into a shallow bowl. Quickly dip a slice of bread into the egg mixture, first on the one side and then on the other. Make sure the bread is not soggy.

3. Fry the bread for 2 minutes on one side, flip it over and fry for another 2 minutes on the other side. Repeat process with the remaining 3 slices of bread.

4. To assemble: place 4 rashers of bacon on top of a slice of french toast and and some cheese. then place another slice of french toast on top of it with a spoon full avocado and grated cheese.

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