Banana Split French Toast
Banana Split French Toast? Dessert for breakfast perhaps? YES! Why not?
I love Banana Splits! We order them all the time as our family favourite dessert when we’re in any restaurant. And making them for breakfast into a French Toast is like WOW!
And this one is made with a twist!
It’s school holidays here right now…and one of the things I love to do the most is making fun foods for my kids to enjoy and these are no exception!
They’ve been asking for banana split with ice cream for breakfast for a while now, and this was the only way I figured we could have a win-win situation. Because it’s a healthy and filling breakfast, with yoghurt instead of ice cream…but of course ice cream would make this all the more KAPOW!
My kids love helping me in the kitchen. They love cracking the eggs, whisking and soaking the bread. Getting them involved can be..umm, well, entertaining… but worth all the laughter in the world.
We wanted shaved chocolate on this deeee-lucious ‘delite’ instead of chocolate syrup…because we knew maple syrup would be a winner with this. And it definitely was.
Ooooohhh Canadian Maple Syrup! Allll the wayyyyy thanks!
As the twist theory goes… I used my Banana Bread French Toast recipe as the base for this one!
Because extra bananas into the egg wash to make this even more banana-ery is like the icing on the cake!
Pure heaven. I’m not gonna lie here. That piece of chocolate right there was the first to go. Because chocolattttte….
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