Panettone Brulée French Toast
Whip up this quick and easy, delectable breakfast that is simply *chefs kiss*… A classic breakfast with a sweet twist, this Panettone Brulée French Toast is the best thing since sliced bread.
A panettone base, rum spiked, spiced custard and a crackly bruléed sugar topping make this festive breakfast the perfect reason to celebrate this holiday season.
Whip this showstopper up on Christmas morning using a handful of pantry staples. From soaking the bread to flipping the toast this simple recipe is the ideal effortless flex for visiting friends or family.
With its light and fluffy inside, and crispy golden brown outside, this sweet twist on french toast will cement your reputation as the host with the most. Keep the cooked french toast in the warming draw then dust with a layer of castor sugar and brulée to crown your masterpiece in a crackly caramel top. Make your panettone toast even better by adding whipped cream or mascarpone.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is panettone?
Panettone is a traditional Italian dessert. This dome-shaped cake is filled with candied fruit and nuts making it a holiday favourite.
Can I make this gluten-free?
Yes, opt for gluten-free bread and enjoy!
What else can I serve this with?
Try serving your french toast, with mascarpone and fresh fruit.
Can I use another type of bread?
Brioche, babka, challah or any rich white bread will work well here. In a pinch replace it with a good quality sandwich bread,