Thursday, April 12, 2012

Gluten Free Blueberry Banana Bread French Toast

I love banana bread and I love to make it just to make the house smell good. Especially when the locations agent is coming to view my home for a commercial or a feature film or even a television show. Oliver Stone refers to my house as the banana bread house. Well the last couple of weeks we have had quiet a bit of locations agents looking at my home for jobs. Well because of this I have 4 loafs in my freezer so its time to make Blueberry Banana Bread  french toast.

Blueberry Banana Bread French Toast Ingredients:

1 egg
1 loaf of Blueberry Banana Bread  Sliced
1/2 cup Vanilla Coffee Mate
1/2 Cup Milk
1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon All Spice
1 teaspoon Butter for Griddle

1 Large Bowl
1 Whisk
A frying Pan or a grill

This is quick and easy and not super hard or fancy. Make Banana bread then slice in half inch slices.

Take one egg crack in Large Bowl and whisk until well blended add Coffee Mate and Milk plus Cinnamon and Allspice. Whisk together until well Blended

Next dip bread in egg mixture flipping being careful not to break. Heat frying pan or griddle add butter so will not stick .Cook until golden on low then flip.

TIP OF THE DAY: Make sure Eggs are completely cooked through! Do to salmonella being in the news I really want to stress that you need to make sure that your eggs are completely cooked!!! I like to put my french toast inside the oven after I cook it for 20 minutes at 250 degrees. This way my bacon or sausage is hot when I serve and my fruit is freshly cut.
Serve w/ Blueberries and or fresh fruit.


  1. Blueberries, French Toast, Bananas - you've ticked all my favorite boxes.

    Love this toast!!

  2. I love the idea of using a sweet bread like this in french toast! I've never done it before, but you've definitely inspired me! And what's all this about your house being in films & TV? I didn't know this! Can you share ones that it has been in?? I'm so intrigued!

  3. My home has been in TV commercials that do not play in USA, and recently it was used for Oliver Stone's new movie coming out in 2012 called Savages!