Ricotta strawberry French toast

Ricotta strawberry French toast

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(8 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 20 mins


Serves 2

Give your French toast a summer makeover with fresh berries, lashings of ricotta, honey and mint 

Nutrition and extra info

  • Vegetarian

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal540
  • fat21g
  • saturates12g
  • carbs64g
  • sugars29g
  • fibre4g
  • protein19g
  • salt1.5g
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  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • 300ml milk



    One of the most widely used ingredients, milk is often referred to as a 'complete' food…

  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 4 slices thick-cut white bread
  • 2 tbsp butter



    Butter is a dairy product made from separating whole milk or cream into fat and…

  • 50g ricotta



    Ricotta is an Italian cheese made from whey and traditionally a by-product of…

  • 2 tbsp honey



    Honey is made by bees from the nectar they collect from flowers. Viscous and fragrant, it's…

  • 100g strawberries, some sliced, some halved
  • 2 mint sprigs, leaves picked



    There are several types of mint, each with its own subtle difference in flavour and appearance.…


  1. In a wide dish, whisk the egg, milk and vanilla together. Coat one side of the bread slices in the liquid, then carefully flip them over and leave them to soak for 1-2 mins.

  2. Melt 1 tbsp of the butter in a large non-stick pan over a medium heat and add two slices of bread. Cook for 5 mins or until golden, then turn to cook the other side for another 5 mins. Transfer to a plate and cook the other two slices in the rest of the butter.

  3. Halve the toast on the diagonal and spread each slice with the ricotta. Drizzle over the honey and a pinch of flaky sea salt, and arrange some sliced strawberries in a fan across the toast. Decorate the plate with the halved strawberries and mint.

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12th Apr, 2020
This was really soggy and definitely not enough egg to milk ratio. Very disappointing. The edges were nice, the middle of the bread far too soggy to eat. Shame
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Ben Wakefield
14th May, 2020
Little tip to avoid the soggy bread: Use 4 or 5 day stale bread. Had french toast this morning and it was so much better like that!
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Brandi Paige
11th Mar, 2020
So I looked up what 300ml would equal to in other measuring units. It said 300ml was equal to 1 1/4 cups. I'd never made French toast before, but even I know how soggy bread gets when it is soaked in a liquid. So the first day I attempted this recipe, I left the bread in for less than a minute and it was so soggy it nearly fell apart on it's way to the pan. The toast did fall apart when I flipped it. Definitely didn't turn out like the pictures. The next day I took the little bit of milk/egg mixture I had left from the previous day and added one more egg to the mix. Today they turned out beautifully and were delicious! I would say that the recipe calls for too much milk and the egg ratio needs to be higher. Once I did this they turned out like the picture and were delicious!
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Ben Wakefield
14th May, 2020
Little tip to avoid the soggy bread: Use 4 or 5 day stale bread. Had french toast this morning and it was so much better like that!
27th Oct, 2018
Made this using Sour Dough bread and mango instead of strawberry. Absolutely gorgeous, will do again n again
13th Aug, 2016
Very tasty and easy.
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