When my friends heard that I would be making Challah for the Bread Baker’s Apprentice Challenge, everyone told me the same thing: challah makes the BEST french toast. And since french toast is one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast, of course I had to give it a try.
As promised, I took half of the homemade challah to my sister and brother-in-law yesterday (which resulted in me staying at their house for a rousing game of Monopoly). But I saved part of the loaf for myself, allowing it to stale slightly overnight so that it would be in perfect condition to play the leading role in my favorite breakfast.
I have already shared my standard French Toast recipe with you, including step-by-step photos, so I’m not going to go through the whole thing again. But I did make a few changes this time that might interest you. Namely, I fried the french toast in oil. Continue reading →