Friday, 28 November 2014

French Toast Doughnut Waffles

I haven't really got a sweet tooth...

But these waffles are irresistible. They are dipped in sugar so they taste like doughnuts and are served with deliciously sweet fresh strawberries.

You can make the waffles up the night before to make it a quicker and easier brunch.

(Serves 2)

4 pre-made GF waffles (using my recipe)
225g fresh strawberries
3 small eggs
60ml skimmed milk
1 tsp of butter
50g caster sugar, spread out on a plate
Splash of oil

Beat the eggs and milk together in a wide bowl. Cut the waffles in half (so they are in triangles) and soak each piece in the eggy mixture for a few minutes on each side.

Heat the oil and butter in a large frying pan. Once the butter has melted, place the soaked waffles in the pan and pour over any remaining egg mixture.

Cook on a high heat for a few minutes on each side until lovely and golden. Dip all the waffle halves into the sugar, one by one. I only dip one side so they aren't too sweet.

Hull half of the strawberries and slice, leaving the rest whole. Scatter the sliced strawberries over the doughnut waffles and serve the rest on the side.


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