Copycat - Flying Biscuit Raspberry French Toast

The Flying Biscuit’s hallmark is obviously their made-from-scratch biscuits, but to me their French toast – with raspberry sauce and honey crème anglaise – is the show-stealer. Here's my take on one of my favorite brunch items - www.bonvivantonline.com

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  • Slice the French bread into about 2-inch thick slices and set aside.
  • In a medium bowl, add egg, milk, vanilla flavoring, the cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice and orange zest.
  • If using, add the rum.
  • Whisk ingredients together.
  • Dip each slice in the mixture for a few seconds on each side, then set them aside.
  • In a skillet, add a tablespoon of butter and heat until it begins to foam.
  • Add as many slices of your soaked bread to the pan as you can fit.
  • Cook until golden brown on each side.
  • Remove and place individual servings on plates.
  • Drizzle each slice with the condensed milk and the raspberry preserves (give the preserves a few seconds in the microwave to make them more fluid).
  • Top each slice with a sprinkling of pecans.
  • Note: I like my French toast on the eggy side – makes for a bit of a crust when it cooks – but you can play with the egg-to-milk ratio to find what you like.
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  1. ksolo
    The Flying Biscuit’s hallmark is obviously their made-from-scratch biscuits, but to me their French toast – with raspberry sauce and honey crème anglaise – is the show-stealer. Here's my take on one of my favorite brunch items - www.bonvivantonline.com
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