8 Mar

Perfectly easy brunch


I say perfectly easy but the first time I tried this out I filled the room with smoke and the toasts were ‘crispy’.  So I should correct that to say this is perfectly easy so long as you have a non-stick fry pan!

Fruity French toast with berries, yoghurt and honey

4 slices fruit loaf
2 free range eggs (I once watched an awful documentary, free range ALL the way please)
a generous splash of milk, let’s say 100ml
butter for frying
low fat Greek yoghurt
1 cup of berries


Whisk up the eggs and milk in a basin – I do one egg and half the milk at a time or the bread would drown in there.  Soak the break briefly on both sides before transferring gently to your preheated buttered (non-stick!) fry pan.  Fry the bread on both sides until golden, probably 2-3 minutes over a medium heat.

Serve with yoghurt, berries of choice and a good dribble of honey.

Want to impress your other half with breakfast in bed this weekend?  This is the way to do it I swear.  So easy and so, so good.

I’m so glad it’s Thursday!  Not just because it’s almost the weekend and this has been quite the week, but because Thursdays I teach an art class for 3 hours and my class are so unbelievably sweet – it’s cups of tea and wonderful people with nothing more to care about for 3 hours than painting.  Perfect.  Plus a little trip to the mall with my mum after, looking forward to that too.

Hope you all have a great Thursday too.x


Posted in eats & drinks | 11 Comments, go on leave another


  1. Tegan Posted 8 Mar at 11:53 am

    Mm that looks amazing!

    • Wendy Posted 8 Mar at 8:22 pm

      it is!x

  2. eleni Posted 8 Mar at 12:18 pm

    YUMMY YUMMY IN MY TUMMY!!! I just had lunch, a rather boring veggie soup so I’m really craving for this goodie! 🙂

    • Wendy Posted 8 Mar at 8:22 pm

      much more exciting than veggie soup!

  3. Virginie Posted 8 Mar at 4:51 pm

    Oh my! It looks so great, and tastes probably well too… Lovely blog


    • Wendy Posted 8 Mar at 8:25 pm


  4. Anna Posted 9 Mar at 5:52 am

    Holy cow, this looks beyond yummy. Thanks for sharing. I’d love if you’d check out my interview with Perez Hilton. xo


  5. Layla A Posted 9 Mar at 11:57 pm

    Thanks for visiting my blog=) This recipe looks amazing! I want to give it a try.

    • Wendy Posted 10 Mar at 11:05 am

      thanks for coming over layla! It really is good, looking forward to Sunday morning already 😉

  6. Marie_McGrath Posted 16 Jul at 7:10 pm

    OMG, These look deeeeeeeeelish! Thanks for sharing!


    • thankfifi Posted 16 Jul at 8:26 pm

      glad you like – do let me know if you try them.x

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