If the reaction to the baked strawberry pancakes I posted last week is any indication, there's a blossoming passion for strawberries these days at least in those regions where the fresh local berries are just hitting the seasonal market. I know that I myself won't be without a pint or two around for the next month or so, so it seems like a good idea to share some other ideas for those extra strawberries that don't go straight into the bowl for snacking.
For that reason, I do hope that you try these baked French toast slices stuffed with creamy ricotta and loads of fresh strawberries for a remarkably easy but extraordinary breakfast, made even simpler by preparing them the night before for baking the next morning. If you're not sure you're hungry first thing, the heavenly fragrance of strawberries baking that wafts through the kitchen will definitely have you anxious for their arrival on the breakfast plate.
I'm sharing this with Sia of Monsoon Spice, the host of this month's Weekend Breakfast Blogging event.
|Baked Strawberry Ricotta French Toast|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on July 6, 2008
French toast stuffed with creamy ricotta cheese and fresh sweet strawberries prepare the night before and popped in the oven the next morning for an easy and beautiful breakfast treat
If you like this recipe, you may want to try:
Blueberry-Stuffed French Toast with Blueberry Orange Sauce
Blueberry French Toast.