French Toast Topped With Some Kind Of Peachy Heaven

I don’t always splurge, but when I do, it’s on decadence like this. It’s gotta sound gourmet, look expensive, and be 100% worth every calorie. So here we are with this. Please try this recipe. It’s probably best when the kids are at Grandma’s, and if they happen to be home and don’t want to try it, more for me, I mean you!

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1/2 cup brown sugar

1/4 cup water

3 tbsp. Irish butter

4 peaches – sliced

6 slices Texas toast

6 eggs

1/4 cup brown sugar

2 tsp cinnamon

First, heat the stove to medium heat and combine 1/2 cup sugar and the water. Let the sugar dissolve into a watery substance. Add the butter.

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Once mixture is slightly boiling, add the peaches and let them cook over medium heat for about 6-8 minutes, stirring occasionally. Depends on how soft you want your peaches.

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While your syrupy glaze is filling your home with the best smell on the planet, prepare your bread. Mix eggs in a large pan.

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Place bread in and soak for a few.

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Then flip and soak the other side.

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Are you drooling yet? Now cook the French toast over medium heat on a griddle or pan.

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While these babies cook, combine your remaining sugar with the cinnamon.

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Once toast is cooked on both sides, bathe your toast in the cinnamon sugar mixture. Massage it nice and good. Both sides please.

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Now plate your French toastyness.

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Add some glaze and peaches.

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Eat while still nice and warm. To enjoy any other way is criminal and you don’t deserve this recipe LOL. Now excuse me while I go make this again.

http://www.curtisstone.com/Recipes/Snacks/Cinnamon-French-Toast-with-Caramelized-Peaches.aspx

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