Horlicks French Toast with Summer Berries Created by @ourmodernkitchen

French toast
• 4 thick slices of brioche or Challah bread, minimum 2cm deep
• 2 medium eggs
• 50ml whole milk
• 1 tsp vanilla paste, or extract
• 50g Horlicks Original

Horlicks sugar
• 15g Horlicks Original
• 10g icing sugar

To serve
• Natural yoghurt
• Summer berries

• In a large, high-sided bowl, combine the eggs, milk, vanilla paste and Horlicks Original and whisk until fully combined.
• Lay the bread slices into the mixture and leave to soak on each side for around 5 minutes.

Top tip: This recipe is a great way to use up any stale bread you have leftover! Why not try leaving it to soak overnight for extra flavour.

• To make the malt sugar, combine the Horlicks Original and icing sugar, lightly whisk together until evenly combined and set aside until needed.
• Place a large frying pan over a medium heat and add a large knob of butter into the pan, swirling around until melted and just starting to foam.
• Add the soaked bread slices to the pan and leave for 2-3 minutes. Turn the slices over and cook for another 2-3 minutes until golden brown.

Top tip: If you need to cook the french toast in batches, keep the cooked toast warm in the oven (160ºC fan oven) while you’re cooking the remaining toast in the pan.

• Serve the french toast with summer berries, a good dollop of natural yoghurt and finally a dusting of the Horlicks sugar. Serve while it’s hot!

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