Fried bread with cinnamon and berries

Fried bread with cinnamon and berries

There are so many ways to put stale bread to good use. There is in fact a second chance for bread that was fresh a couple of days ago and now seems dry and hard to eat. So don't ever throw it (unless it's mouldy), but do something to reduce our waste of food.

Fried bread is no doubt a simple dish and you can go with the spices you like. You can even change it from sweet to savoury, if you prefer. Introduce fried bread to the breakfast or brunch table. Have it as a snack or serve it as a quick dessert. We are pretty sure the kids will like them, too!

3-4 slices of stale bread. Rye bread won't do. Frida has used a sourdough bread
1 cup milk
½ cup cream
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 pinch of salt
1 tablespoon honey
2 eggs
Butter for frying
Fresh berries
Recommended: Frida's cream of honey and sea buckthorn

Mix the milk, cream, cinnamon, salt and eggs in a bowl. Put the bread slices into the mixture and leave them for a while to soak up some of it. Turn the slices to coat the other side as well.

Melt the butter and pan fry the bread slices on both sides until golden.

Serve immediately with fresh berries and - you won't regret it - our cream of honey and sea buckthorn.



1 cup = 200 ml