Three cheese french toast with spring onion


For those of you who have been following our move from Pretoria to the Western Cape, I’ve got some news. 😉 It’s funny how things fall in place without us actually being involved in the process – and then you realise that this was the way everything was supposed to be in the first place. To cut to the chase, my hubby was offered a position at a real estate company right here in Still Bay. So we won’t be moving to George after all.

I’m super excited to be living in the same town as my family, but I’m also a little freaked out about the size of this town. It’s reeeeally small. It might be a good thing though (I’ll keep you posted on my thoughts in this regard).

In the meantime I give you this three cheese french toast with spring onion to indulge in over the weekend. Because weekend brunch is the ultimate and I’m on a bit of an egg and cheese high. Dig in and enjoy!



4 slices of bread

2 eggs

50 ml milk

Handful of grated yellow cheddar cheese

Handful of grated white cheddar cheese

Round of feta cheese

Few sprigs of spring onion, chopped


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. Top with the cheeses and spring onion and wait for cheese to melt.

4. Repeat process with the remaining 3 slices of bread. Serve with tomato and bacon.


2 thoughts on “Three cheese french toast with spring onion

  1. I have family who live in Still Bay. Don’t see them often as I live many miles away. Love savoury french toast.

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