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Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup

Eat & Make: Charming Recipes + Kitchen Crafts You Will Love. Do you know Sweet Paul yet? I bet most of you do. If you do not please dash over (when you are done over here) to check out his stunningly delicious & creative blog Sweet Paul….     Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup from Sweet Paul's Eat & Make | MarlaMeridith.com If there is an online creative personality who I want to me in my next life it might just be Paul Lowe. His keen eye for design, style, food & creative projects are beyond inspiring! I think if we hung out for realz we would hit it off phenomenally. Actually I have no doubt of that! He chases the good things in life & that’s pretty much my motto too.   Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup from Sweet Paul's Eat & Make | MarlaMeridith.com Paul Lowe publishes an online magazine 4X per year. The amount of work, time & energy that goes into these publications must be astounding. There is a true artful eye & great amount of love on every page. I have a hard copy subscription & I gotta say these mags are keepers for the creative library.  The paper quality & photography (not to mention stunning projects & mouthwatering recipes) will blow your mind.   Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup from Sweet Paul's Eat & Make | MarlaMeridith.com OK. Back to the Eat & Make book….   Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup from Sweet Paul's Eat & Make | MarlaMeridith.com The recipe I’m sharing today is on page 20 (how fabulous would this be for July 4th breakfast & brunch?!) From the moment I thumbed the pages I wanted to prepare & taste everything. The crafts are beautiful, simple, inexpensive & super accessible. The Coffee Filter Flowers are gorgeous & I must make a Dip Dyed Tablecloth asap!   Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup from Sweet Paul's Eat & Make | MarlaMeridith.com Chapters in Eat & Make are divided up into times of the day…Morning, Brunch, Noon & Night. A few recipes that I’m gonna cook up asap are:

  • Maple Roasted Granola
  • Breakfast Polenta with Hazelnuts, Honey & Pears
  • Benedict Goes to Norway
  • Merry Mary
  • Pasta with Chunky Pesto
  • Roasted Plum Bellinis
  • Roasted Vegetable Shepherds Pie
  • World’s Best Cake
Thanks for letting me share your book Paul! Please also follow Sweet Paul on Pinterest, Twitter & Facebook. This recipe is excerpted from SWEET PAUL EAT & MAKE, Β© 2014 by Paul Lowe Einlyng. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.     For Recipe Details Click Here   FamilyFreshCooking.com giveaway Sweet Paul Eat & Make book signed copy GIVEAWAY | MarlaMeridith.com Enter to win a signed copy of Sweet Paul’s Eat & Make book! a Rafflecopter giveaway Save Save SaveSave SaveSave]]>

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53 thoughts on “Baked French Toast with Berries & Vanilla Syrup

  1. Sounds silly, but I love grilled beef hot dogs in the summer. Reminds me of my childhood when we use to have weenie roasts!

  2. Pasta primavera is my favorite, with lots of summer veggies and pasta, with my special garlic basil sauce.

  3. I just ordered this book about a month ago after seeing Naomi review it. I have been loving thumbing through it. Havent made anything yet but so many great ideas! Your toast looks delish & pinned!

    1. Thanks for the pin Averie! Glad to hear you got your hands on SP’s book. I want to cook up everything & get all crafty πŸ˜‰

  4. A perfect chocolate pie for summer! Yum, and don’t forget the chocolate filling and whipped cream!

  5. Omg I am in love with French Toast! I seriously collect recipes for it, I’ll have to try this one next weekend!

  6. No one can resist such a fantastic breakfast! I can even have it as a sweet snack! Thanks Marla for introducing Sweet Paul’s book. Wish I could enter the giveaway! You know I’m in Turkey, that’s why I can’t. Pinning this beauty for sure!

  7. So summery and festive. That would be an amazing breakfast on July 4th. My “craft” is really cooking- or photography, which is amazing in the summer when there are so many sunny days. Recipe- anything frozen! Smoothies, fro yo, frozen chocolate covered bananas πŸ™‚ Yum.

  8. Grilled food in the summertime is my favorite. My family loves making “foil packets” filled with veggies. Traditionally they have regular potatoes, onions, carrots, and broccoli in them, but when I make them on my own I use sweet potatoes and include everything from sweet corn to edamame to artichokes and green beans. Yum!

  9. Hmmm….so many things I love about summer. Probably making homemade ice cream for all of the family birthday parties. πŸ™‚

  10. This would be a great weekend morning recipe for my kids. I think my daughter would love the vanilla syrup.. she prefers a vanilla flavor.