4 Tasty Toast Recipes Using Entire Wheat Bread
Entire wheat toast is a staple of many Canadian breakfasts for a great purpose - it provides a good start to the day and is a quick, hot meal that nearly anyone can make. Because it's simple, the versatility of toast is often underrated. Here are four fantastic methods you can turn this easy breakfast food into other quick treats.
Entire Wheat Bread For Dessert
Take your toast from breakfast to dessert with a little sugar and spice. Add a bit of butter and sprinkle with brown sugar or a light coat of jelly or hazelnut spread (something sweet will work). Place slices into an oven and toast till just crisped. Pull them out and you've got a healthy entire wheat dessert option.
This is a classic favorite and doesn't take long to make. Butter the slice as regular, but sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar before toasting. The cinnamon, sugar and butter will melt together making a perfect, quick treat that can be enjoyed at breakfast or as a snack. This recipe also keeps nicely all through the day, so pack it for children to enjoy a healthy sweet treat with lunch.
There are hundreds of different recipes for this classic breakfast dish. Whilst specifics might differ, the basics are universal. First, create the batter you intend to use. Batters might be made with a particular flavoring (i.e. chocolate, or cinnamon) or they may simply be plain to permit for an additional flavoring following the cooking process. The batter can also contain small things, such as nuts or chocolate morsels, which would be cooked onto the slice. Once the batter is prepared, dip a slice into it and then place the slice into the pan. Cook thoroughly, repeating with as many slices as you like. There are many different toppings that can compliment this recipe after the bread itself has been cooked. Syrup is conventional many people also enjoy fruit, chocolate sauce, and much more. This is a great recipe to experiment with on your own. What will your family's preferred be?
A great twist on the conventional toast and a scrumptious complement to any dinner. The secret is in the garlic butter and applying it cold so that it melts perfectly into the slice during baking. Finely mince some garlic and mash it with each other with softened (but not melted) butter. Once everything is thoroughly mixed, spoon a small quantity on the slices of whole wheat bread. Make sure the mixture covers the slice, but isn't too thick. Lastly, wrap the slices in tin foil to stop burning during baking.