When I made this pâté for my birthday party, it was all gone in a couple of minutes, including the bread (which was a no-knead bread). The pâté is fancy enough to serve at a party, but I wouldn’t mind spreading it on a sandwich and eat it for breakfast or lunch.
I used to make this dish a lot when I was a little girl. In Dutch it is called wentelteefjes and we usually add some cinnamon to the egg and milk batter. Using sugarbread is a good way to make the french toast taste divine.
My mom bought a huge amount of cheap fresh blueberries in the summer and froze them all. They were still waiting in the fridge for me to be used in some kind of baked good, when I decided to make these delicious fruity crumb bars.
I couldn’t believe what I tasted when I took the first bite from this croissant. The croissant is buttery and flaky (credits to the bakery though) and the filling is full of rich, moist frangipane. This is definetly my new favorite breakfast. It’s even way better than incredible Sunday morning Eggs Benedict, that should tell you enough.
Although this is just the second time I’ve eaten Eggs Benedict, it’s one of my favourite breakfasts. It is a bit of work to make it yourself, but it is definitely worth the fuss. Try it yourself and you’ll see that making – and eating – your own Eggs Benedict is one of the best ways to spend a Sunday morning.