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Baker Jonny Massaad shares his ‘lockdown’ recipe for a Biscoff French toast

How to make Biscoff French toast: Baker shares his fluffy ‘lockdown’ recipe for a decadent breakfast – and you only need five ingredients

  • Baker has shared his simple recipe for the perfect Biscoff flavoured French toast 
  • Jonny Massaad, from Sydney, shared a video showing how he made the dish
  • The 23-year-old used white bread, eggs, milk, Biscoff spread and biscuits 

A baker has offered his simple ‘lockdown’ recipe for the perfect Biscoff French toast – complete with crushed biscuit crumbs and caramelised sauce.

Jonny Massaad, from Sydney, shared a video on Instagram showing how he made the decadent breakfast using white bread, eggs, milk, Biscoff spread and biscuits.

‘One of the best breakfasts you’re ever going to make. Biscoff French toast,’ the 23-year-old founder of Cake Mail said in the footage.

A baker has offered his simple 'lockdown' recipe for the perfect Biscoff French toast - complete with crushed biscuit crumbs and caramelised sauce

A baker has offered his simple ‘lockdown’ recipe for the perfect Biscoff French toast – complete with crushed biscuit crumbs and caramelised sauce

How to make Biscoff French toast 

INGREDIENTS

2 eggs

300mL milk 

2 bread slices

Biscoff spread, melted

Biscoff biscuits, crushed 

METHOD 

Cut each bread slice into three strips (6 strips total). 

In a bowl, whisk eggs, milk and a splash of melted Biscoff until well combined. 

Dip each bread strip into the egg mixture, then roll it in the biscuit crumbs, pressing lightly to help them stick.

Add oil to a frying pan. Cook them for one minute on each side.

Serve with melted Biscoff and biscuit crumbs.

The first thing he did was cut each bread slice into three strips. In a bowl, he whisked eggs, milk and a splash of melted Biscoff spread until well combined.

Using two forks, he dipped each bread strip into the egg mixture, then rolled it in the crushed biscuit crumbs, pressing lightly to help them stick.

After the six strips are coated, he added them to a frying pan with oil, and allowed them to cook for one minute on both sides.

In a bowl, he whisked eggs, milk and a splash of melted Biscoff spread until well combined

Using two forks, he dipped each bread strip into the egg mixture

In a bowl, he whisked eggs, milk and a splash of melted Biscoff spread until well combined. Using two forks, he dipped each bread strip into the egg mixture

He then rolled the strips in the crushed biscuit crumbs, pressing lightly to help them stick

After the six strips are coated, he added them to a frying pan with oil, and allowed them to cook for one minute on both sides

He then rolled the strips in the crushed biscuit crumbs, pressing lightly to help them stick. After the six strips are coated, he added them to a frying pan with oil, and allowed them to cook for one minute on both sides

Jonny drizzled a generous amount of the caramelised Biscoff spread, topped with more biscuit crumbs. 

‘Wow guys, seriously just try this,’ he said. 

He said the dish can be served with ice cream to enjoy as a dessert.

The video has since been viewed more than 48,000 times, with many saying they couldn’t wait to try the recipe at home.



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