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French Toast Blueberry Bagels with Peaches & Plums
Have you ever had bagels with fall peaches and autumn plums? Have you? No? Well, if in case you haven’t I highly recommend it. Why? For starters they’re delicious! Our French Toast Blueberry Bagels with Peaches & Plums are more than just breakfast. When it comes to breakfast, we all know it’s the most important meal of the day. With a few simple ingredients, you can build your breakfast easily and it will taste incredible.
These bagels are a slight deviation from just plain old bagels, but, also they are not quite a baked good you typically find wearing a coat of French toast batter either. And if you stick around and I’ll show you this wonderful recipe. Promise. I whipped these babies up because I heard through the grapevine that French Toast Bagels were off the chain. And, you know what? They are! So, let’s whip up some French Toast batter! Slice up a few peaches and a couple of plums and cooked down with brown sugar and sweet cream butter. Let’s get to it!
When it comes to bagels, you can’t just use any type of bagels to bang out our French Toast bagel recipe. We are using Lender’s bagels for the following reasons:
- Not only are Lender’s bagels fulfilling, they will sustain kids all morning!
- They are not only great for breakfast but an easy after school snack.
- Lender’s has a bagel for everyone (all types of varieties).
- Having bagels for breakfast is not only a timesaver, but also easy, tasty, and nutritious.
- You can find Lender’s bagels in the refrigerated dairy section and your local Walmart.
- 2 Lender’s bagels cut in half
- 1 cup of milk
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- 1 tablespoon of brown sugar
- 2 eggs beaten
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/3 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
- In a large bowl crack two eggs and beat thoroughly.
2. Add both white and brown sugars and continue mixing.
3. Add milk, pure vanilla extract, and cinnamon.
4. Beat until all ingredients are combined.
5. Place a large skillet over med-high heat and add unsalted butter.
6. Dip slices of bagels into the French toast batter and shake off excess batter.
7. Place bagels cut-side down into the skillet and cook until golden brown. Flip over and continue to cook until golden brown.
8. Remove from the skillet.
9. Add cooked peaches and plums.
Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Peaches & Plums
- 2 Peaches
- 2 plums
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 stick unsalted butter
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- Prep peaches and plums by removing the outer skins with a paring knife. Slice fruit into small pieces.
- In sauce pan over med-high heat add fruit, brown sugar, butter and cinnamon.
- Continue to stir and cook fruit for 15 minutes.
- Reduce the temperature to low, cover with a tight fitting lid and simmer for up to 25 – 30 minutes.
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While kids may not be able to make this delicious recipe without help from an adult, little ones can easily prepare a Lender’s bagel with their favorite jam or cream cheese! Oh by the way, did you know the bagel is the only bread that is boiled before it is baked?
And just because here are some fun facts about bagels. How about this, did you know that February 9th is national bagel day?
Last one, the most popular kind of bagel is the plain bagels. Did you know that? I had no idea, did you?
We would love to know you how you eat your bagels. Cream cheese? Jam?
I stopped by my local Walmart store to pick up a gallon of Great Value Milk, Lender’s bagels, and other ingredients needed for this recipe. I was able to find the bagels in the Packaged Deli section of the store.
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