Lets start with a little poll. Below are 2 pictures, which one do you like best? They are for a soft and chewy bar to eat during a long bike ride or long easy run or hike and I am finding it harder than normal to pick a picture to go with the recipe! Let me know in the comments, on facebook or via twitter. I would love to hear which one you prefer, and why!
Quick Bread french Toast
This is more a recipe idea than an actual recipe. I love french toast. The problem is, I never buy bread. And I have yet to find a breakfast spot that makes gluten free french toast… So, a few years ago, I started making french toast with left over quick breads. It has worked really well with any loaf I ever made, even those made with almond flour or coconut flour. I have used banana bread, pumpkin bread and ginger bread before and it turned out fantastic every time. It is best with quick bread that is a day or two old, the problem is that in our house loafs never last longer than a day! However, now that Andrew is in Vancouver, I have enough loaf left over to make quick bread french toast! Yay!
Last week, I made french toast using gluten free banana, chocolate & bacon bread. Yes, you read that right, there were bacon pieces in the bread. I know some people find it really weird, but it really does taste good. Unfortunately, I am saving that recipe for the book, but below is a recipe for the french toast batter and raspberry toppings used. Let me know what kind of loaf you used once you try it!