Flat Bread French Toast

I love to cook breakfast for anyone to stays over at our Garneau home. It gives me another chance to use my cooking skills, and I also just love to feed people!

One morning, mylexandra woke up on my couch, and I wanted to make her a delicious breakfast, so I began to prepare some french toast. It was a good thought until I realized we had no bread, at all. Luckily, we had a Happy Camel pig-out the day before, while watching Star Wars, and had a few pieces of stray Seamae Za’atar flat bread left over. Perfect ingredients for an impromptu awesome breakfast!
I always put way too much cinnamon in my French Toast. It’s amazing!

This is Happy Camel’s Sesame Za’atar flat bread. It’s spongy and pillow-y and made with a multigrain base. The flat bread is also covered with a mix of mediteranian spices called Za’atar, which added a great dimension to the French Toast. Alexandra said it reminder her of bacon and maple syrup from her youth. It made for some seriously awesome French Toast.

I had to chop it in half to get it soaked enough in the bowl. Can you see the cinnamon bits? Yum!

Tada! Crispy, golden mediteranian inprised French Toast! yum!

Jacquie’s Sesame Za’atar Flat Bread French Toast

For the base:

3 eggs

1 cup of milk

1 tablespoon of vanilla extract

1 tablespoon of cinnamon

3 pieces of Sesame Za’atar Flatbread from Happy Camel

In a large bowl, beat together eggs, milk, vanilla and cinnamon. Rip Za’atar in half so that it fits in the bowl, and let soak for 1-2 minutes. Transfer pieces to non-stick skillet and cook evenly on both sides. Enjoy smothered in maple syrup.

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2 Comments on “Flat Bread French Toast”

  1. Sara Larson says:

    This sounds soooooooooooooo interesting, I must try it!!! Thank you!


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