Sunday, November 17, 2013

Sun-Maid Starry Morning Raisin French Toast

According to the Sun-Maid Raisin Bread's Bring Back Brunch online survey* 80% said they would consider a festive brunch in place of the holiday season dinner. This is so they can enjoy time leisurely with their family, friends and guests. To help us get started and gather around the kitchen and table, Sun-Maid has developed four signature brunch recipes; Starry morning raisin french toast, Berry merry breakfast cups, Leftover makeover french toast, and Rise and shine raisin coffee bake.
I made the Starry Morning Raisin French Toast.

12 slices Sun-Maid raisin cinnamon swirl bread

3 eggs
2/3 cup milk
1 tbsp vanilla (I didn't use)
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/3 cup jam
pinch salt

Whisk eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon and salt in a shallow dish. Spread the jam on on 6 slices of bread and top with the other slices. Cut each sandwich into a festive shape with a large cookie cutter and reserve the remaining bread for another use.

Dip each shape into the egg mixture on both sides and cook for 3 minutes per side in a buttered non-stick skillet on low medium heat until it is golden. Dust with icing sugar and serve with maple syrup.

Twitter Party:

Join @RaisinBreadCA or @PainRaisinsCA with the hashtag #SunMaidBrunch on November 20th 9pm ET Twitter Party to celebrate the return of brunch and win lots of prizes.

*August 8 to 13th survey was done on 1500 randomly selected Canadian families with children under 18 who eat brunch.
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20 comments:

  1. hmm that looks soo yummy! The Sun-Maid Cinnamon raison swirl bread is mine & my sons favorite..we Loveeee it,,will have to try this,,we usually just eats it plain or toasted with butter,but this is a great idea!

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  2. We love SunMaid cinnamon swirl bread! This recipe sounds so delish!

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  3. YUM!! We love Sun-Maid raisin bread and there's so many tasty ways to enjoy it :)

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  4. I'm not usually into raisins but this recipe looks delicious!

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  5. This look absolutely delicious! Love raisin bread! Never had it as french toast though. Yum!

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  6. Yum! I have that same cutter, use it ALL the time. Never thought to use raisin bread for french toast though, going to have to try this.

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  7. hhmmm sounds super good, yum might try next time rasin bread is on sale...

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  8. My girls love french toast, and of course they taste better when they are shapes :-)

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  9. What a great way to make french toast, looks and sounds yummy to me.

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  10. OH, that looks so good! I have to make some. Thanks for the idea.

    Narathip Wall
    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com

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  11. That is so cute! I love French toast but I love them more as hearts.

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  12. These look great, although I don't like raisins my kids would love these French Toast.

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  13. I'll have to try this recipe next weekend for the girls when my daughter has her 2 ever sleepover.

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  14. oh .. my daughter would love this, maybe I can get her off her cereal kick!

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  15. My kids love the sunmaid raisin bread. The french toast looks great.

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  16. I have soo been wanting to make this...yummmy!

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  17. I love using raisin bread for french toast, the kids not so much but they will eat it with butter and toasted so I am sure they will like it french toast style one day. your pictures look yummy! thank you for posting this recipe =)

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  18. French Toast is awesome! Like the heart cutter tool.

    SueSueper Sue

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