Thursday, August 9, 2012

Family French Toast

 This morning, I arose to the smell of delight.

My husband (Chef Kerick) and son (Sous Chef Austin) were in the kitchen creating a delicious dish:
Sift & Go Sifter
French Toast on the Silpat

They began with a standard egg/milk mixture and bread slices cut in half.
After dipping bread in the egg mixture, they placed it on the silpat.
Sous Chef Austin, sprinkled cinnamon on top.

If only he would have known I had the new Sift & Go Sifter he could have used that! Next time!

After baking 20 minutes or so at 350, my daughter Savannah, who was "supervising" by laying on the floor, commented on how delicious they smelled.

The chefs pulled out the golden-colored French Toast. Perfection!

While taking them off with the Polyamide Spatula, Chef Kerick noticed how easily they came off the pan. He said, "I could never do this on a metal pan. All the French Toast bread would be ripped up."

My other daughter Sierra responded, "Everybody should have a Silpat!"

"Everybody needs a Silpat!"

"Smells Delicious!"
"It's good stuff!"
"I love my family!"

 Note: This post was approved by full tummies.

To make Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free 
just substitute GF bread and DF milk

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Everyday Easy Eggs

I have really been noticing when I miss protein at breakfast. 
Eggs are always an easy protein of choice for me. 
I often make eggs in the microwave for an Everyday Easy bite!

One option is to crack the egg right on the Octagonal Silpat
 (which always lives in my microwave to catch spills or be used as a cover.) 

In around 30 seconds..... the egg is done!


When making it for my family, I often crack the eggs right into the 6 shape Tartlet Tray.

 Within minutes.... eggs for the family!

This week, my husband and I both tried using the the NEW Mini Round Mold
Again, crack 1-2 eggs in the mold. You can whisk them or not (your preference.) 

 I cooked this one for just over 30 seconds. Yum!!
2 eggs scrambled in Mini Round

We also use the Small Round Mold when making eggs for the family. 
So many options!

Happy egg eating! 

Friday, August 3, 2012

Oregon Duck Cakes

Well, I may be an Oregon State Beaver fan,
 but I have many friends who love their Oregon Ducks.

This new Euro Donut Tray is perfect to make those Yellow and Green O shapes.

I tested it today with a Yellow Cake Mix. 
Following the direction on the box, these little donut cakes came out perfectly. 

Then, I dipped them in green frosting. 

Easy, Peasy, Oregon 'O' shapes. 

I might even enjoy one myself.... wearing orange and black, of course!