It was Gregory’s a week ago, the day that birds are getting married. I hadn’t time enough to prepare Gregory’s cake. But there was time enough for light and sweet dessert. S. peeled pineapple and mango while I prepared FRENCH BREADS. Team work again 😉


These time I made way too many photos, I know 😦


10 slices of large size toast

1 cup almond milk

2 tbsp corn flour

1 pinch cinnamon 

1 tsp vanilla 

5 tbsp oil to fry

coconut sugar

pineapple, raspberries and mango

Use large cookie cutter and cut your toast. Mix corn flour, cinnamon and vanilla in milk and shortly die each slice into it. Fry slices on in a large pan of hot oil. Serve on a plate along with some fresh fruit and spread some coconut sugar over it.

Wish you lots of love!



  1. So beautiful and delicious looking – inspirational!

    1. Thanks Assia for that!

  2. pennythewritter · · Reply

    Looks too sweet! Stunning photography! Cute yellow ‘flowers’!

    1. Glad you liked it – thanks for stopping by!

  3. beautiful toasts..i love how you cut your fruit as well… lovely post..sarah

    1. Thank you Sarah for your lovely compliments! All the best to you too!

  4. cute! I’d take “too many pictures,” too, if my food looked like that 🙂 And I love how simple the recipe is.

    1. Thank you! Liz your food looks even better! We all love simple recipes don’t we? 😉

  5. I love french toast! Everything looks so fresh 😀 You have lovely table cloths, I need some of those spring colors.

    1. I hadn’t have it for years, I wonder why… 😀 Also ‘hunting’ for them but it is not an easy job to find some nice vibrant ones.

  6. Looks yummy and cute too.

    1. Thank you very much 😉

  7. Aina Sebastià · · Reply

    i’ll copy your recipe because it looks gorgeous! (but I’m not sure I’ll have the same results hahahaha) 😀

    1. You’ll certainly do a perfect job! 😉

  8. very cute, i love the hearts and flower shaped fruit!

    1. Thank you Dolly, that is too sweet of you!!

  9. Never too many photos!! I love how you cut the french toast into hearts. Phenomenal photos, as always 🙂

    1. Erika, thank you so much for that ❤

  10. Your photos are just gorgeous and your french toast looks delicious!

    1. Thank you Rosie, too nice of you! Wish you all the best!

  11. Your blog is so beautiful. I can’t believe I haven’t found your little space on the internet before now! Gorgeous photos… definitely agree with everyone else. I can never get my French toast to look quite that golden and delicious… hm, I might have to try your recipe! Can’t wait to explore the rest of your posts! xx

    1. Laura, thank you so much for your kind words! You have a beautiful blog yourself too!

  12. Oh so delicious!
    I sometimes envy your childfree kitchen…

    1. Thank you 😉
      Believe me or not, I’d be rather be changing dipers and preparing baby foods instead of everything else…

  13. I enjoyed all those photos. Not too many photos at all.

    1. Thank you, that’s too sweet!! All the best!

  14. Love your blog– those photos just make me want to run to the kitchen!

    1. Thank you Rhonda, that is too kind! Wish you all the best!

  15. Looks very tasty!

    1. Thank you, it was! 😉

  16. No, not too many photos at all! So so cute! And so tasty-looking too. Beautiful, beautiful post and lovely looking tasty toast 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for that!!

  17. How cute! How crafty! How artsy! How pretty!
    Loved all your adorable ideas and creativity 🙂

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