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Jules Sebastian reveals how to make French toast cereal

Jules Sebastian’s French toast cereal is the latest food trend to go viral and she warns it is too good not to try

  • Television presenter and stylist Jules Sebastian reveals her French toast twist
  • Jules reveals how she turns the popular breakfast meal into ‘cereal’ 
  • The recipe calls for milk, eggs, cinnamon and a loaf of brioche bread

Television presenter and fashion stylist Jules Sebastian has revealed how to make French toast cereal and says it’s so delicious you will want it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The mum-of-two posted a video of herself preparing the delicious meal on Instagram – and it quickly went viral.

The recipe calls for milk, cinnamon, a brioche loaf and eggs, the same ingredients used in a typical French toast recipe.

 

Television presenter and fashion stylist Jules Sebastian has revealed how to make French toast cereal and says it is so delicious you will want it for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Jules made the custard for the French toast first

She made sure each piece of bread was golden brown when cooking

Jules made the custard for the toast first and made sure she cooked each piece until it was golden brown

The difference is, as Jules demonstrates in the video, how the bread is cut and served.

Instead of being in one large slice the mum carefully cut up bite-sized pieces of bread.

She then soaked the bread in the French toast custard which she made by whisking milk, eggs and cinnamon together. 

Jules found the recipe from the Food Dolls on TikTok and begged her fans ‘don’t not try this’.

Jules then fried the small rectangles of custard-soaked bread until they were golden brown.

The ‘cereal’ is then served in a bowl with ice cream and strawberries.

The brioche loaf was cut into bite-sized piece before being soaked in the custard mixture

The brioche loaf was cut into bite-sized piece before being soaked in the custard mixture

The key to French toast is achieving a caramelised crust on the outside of the bread

The key to French toast is achieving a caramelised crust on the outside of the bread

The key to French toast is achieving a caramelised crust on the outside of the bread

And her fans were delighted – with thousands liking and commenting on the post.

‘Yum, a busy weekend cooking ahead,’ one woman said. 

Others asked how she manages to look so good despite eating and drinking so many ‘delicious’ treats.

Jules said the 'cereal' is so good you 'can't not try it'

Jules said the ‘cereal’ is so good you ‘can’t not try it’

‘Lots of baggy jumpers,’ she answered sweetly in the comments.

‘Jules, if I make everything you share on Insta I am going to be another 10kgs overweight,’ one woman laughed.

While others were skeptical about eating ice cream for breakfast.

‘I think I would serve with Greek yoghurt instead,’ one woman said. 

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