Banana Creme Brulee French Toast

As you all know I love to experiment with recipes and different ingredients...so this weekend while I was searching for pumpkin eggnog (which was NOT in the stores yet) I wondered what french toast would taste like with a flavored dairy creamer.  Hmmm...which one to choose...they all looked good...but we settled on Creme Brulee.

Beautiful Creme Brulee French Toast

The smell of the Creme Brulee dairy cream was so amazing as it cooked, but the sauce needed something....but what?  I looked around my kitchen to see if there were any raspberries...nope.  I looked at my fruit bowl and I had just purchased two big bunches of bananas.  So, in the spirit of Bananas Foster...I made a syrup with the Creme Brulee Cream and bananas.  It looked like golden heaven....so here is the newest experiment from my kitchen to yours.

Creme Brulee French Toast

One Loaf of Texas Toast
4 Eggs
4 Cups of Nestle Dairy Creme Brulee Creamer
2 Teaspoons of Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix
Non-Stick Spray

In a medium flat bowl or pie plate, crack eggs and whip.  Mix in Creme Brulee creamer, and Pumpkin Pie Spice Mix.  Heat griddle and spray with non stick spray.  When it is hot and ready.  Dip Texas Toast into cream mixture and let the bread soak some of the mixture and place on griddle.  When one side is golden toasted brown flip over and brown the other side and butter.  Repeat until the loaf is finished.  

Banana Creme Brulee Syrup

1 Cup Butter
1 Cup Brown Sugar
2 Cups Nestle Dairy Creme Brulee Creamer
4 Large Sliced Bananas

In a heavy saucepan on medium heat melt butter.  Add brown  sugar and whisk together.  Heat until bubbly.  Whisk in Creme Brulee Creamer until all is Incorporated and bubbling, which will thicken the sauce.  Once the sauce has thickened so it slowly pours off of a spoon, add sliced bananas and coat with syrup.  Spoon over Creme Brulee French Toast and enjoy!

This breakfast was so yummy that it could easily satisfy a midnight sweet craving.  Now that I know these creamers work as any heavy cream would, I am excited to try some of the other flavors in a few new recipes.  I hope you enjoy!

All Joy,


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