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from Maine, USA Serves 12. 36 slices French bread 2 cups sliced peaches (fresh or canned) 12 extra large eggs 1 cup peach schnapps 1 cup cream 1 tsp ground cinnamon 4 tsp brown sugar Powdered sugar or crushed corn flakes (optional) Place peaches, eggs, schnapps, cream, cinnamon and sugar in blender and process on high until fully liquefied. Pour onto flat pans and soak bread slices in it overnight. In morning cook slices of bread on lightly oiled non-stick griddle at medium-high heat. May be dipped in crushed corn flakes before cooking. If not, sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving. (A healthier version may be made using egg whites to replace the eggs and low fat milk instead of cream.)

Peach Schnapps French Toast


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from Maine, USA

Serves 12.

36 slices
French bread
2 cups sliced peaches (fresh or canned)
12 extra large
eggs
1 cup
peach schnapps
1 cup
cream
1 tsp ground
cinnamon
4 tsp
brown sugar
Powdered
sugar or crushed corn flakes (optional)

Place peaches,
eggs, schnapps, cream, cinnamon and sugar in blender and process on high until fully liquefied. Pour onto flat pans and soak bread slices in it overnight. In morning cook slices of bread on lightly oiled non-stick griddle at medium-high heat. May be dipped in crushed corn flakes before cooking. If not, sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving. (A healthier version may be made using egg whites to replace the eggs and low fat milk instead of cream.)



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