Rhubarb French Toast Recipe

It’s only in the past year that I’ve started cooking Rhubarb, I don’t quite know why it took me so long, but, like with Pomegranates, once I started cooking with it, I loved it and often buy a bunch to enjoy.

For this dish you can use any jam or fruit puree of your choice. I used a homemade Rhubarb Jam.

To make the Rhubarb French Toast, for each piece of bread you are using beat 1 egg along with 1 tablespoon of Jam and a dash of milk. Dip the bread into the batter and allow it to soak up the mixture for a minute or so before turning it over so it can soak through to the other side. Fry until golden on both sides.

Serve as is or drizzled with a little honey or even spread with a bit more jam.

In the below image there are the pieces of Rhubarb (1) about to be cooked into Rhubarb Jam, which is then mixed through the egg (2) to form the french toast batter (3) which the bread soaks up (4).

I served the Rhubarb French Toast to Mr 3 in a Breakfast Muffin Tin Meal. I served it along with some strawberry jam for dipping. Usually when I make him french toast he barely eats half a piece, but serving it this way he polished off the whole meal in no time and asked for more! Success with my picky eater! What more could I ask for?

Now onto Breakfast Ideas Mondays.

The look of these Cherry Pancakes from Peanut Butter and Peppers is just too delicious for words. My Husband ADORES Cherries so I guess I’ll have to make them for him as a thank you for keeping the boys entertained while I Blog!

I’ve been wanting to make Overnight Oatmeal for a little while and Judee from Gluten Free A-Z shared a lovely recipe for Overnight Oatlmeal last week which I plan to try real soon. Love the blackberries on the surface… yum!

These Chewy Blueberry Banana Oat Bars from Real Food, Real Deals, would make such a great breakfast – all the yummy bits of breakfast in bar form! I know I’ve pinned this recipe and plan to make soon.
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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my overnight blackberry oatmeal this week. I love your weekly carnival because I get such fabulous recipes!

  2. My SIL gave me a huge bag of rhubarb yesterday so you can bet I’ll be making this! It looks SO GOOD! I’ve linked up my all time favorite breakfast. Thanks for hosting!

  3. These all look wonderful! I would happily eat any of them for breakfast.

  4. mm-mm! rhubard and French toast! fabulous! I like the Breakfast Ideas Mondays! I’m definitely going to check out a lot of these ideas. I hope to link-up sometimes, too.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Blessings,
    Kristine

  5. I just harvested 3lbs rhubarb from my garden! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

  6. I have never cooked with rhubarb because I had no idea how. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the recipe, it looks great. Love your linky. Unfortunately I have nothing spectacular to add, but I will be back to check out what others add. Can always use new ideas for our Breakfast for Dinner Thursdays.

  7. Nice, creative use of rhubarb! And thank you so much for highlighting my chewy blueberry banana oat bars. This week I linked a recipe for homemade yogurt – great way to start the day!

  8. The french toast sounds delicious!

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