Recipe // Custard Toast

As many of you know, I am over on Tik-Tok. Love it or hate it. I have been personally enjoying it over there. I have found the community of gamers to be very welcoming, and some of the content there is inspiring. While mindlessly swiping away, I saw a baking channel discussing Custard Toast.

Custard Toast is basically a sweet breakfast treat to enjoy now and again. I was definitely unsure about it as I started prep as it only contains three ingredients: Greek Yoghurt, Egg and Maple Syrup. Once this is prepped, you have to add to bread, top and bake. Simple!

  • Bread - Sliced. Bread equals toast, lol. Softer works bests.
  • Egg. For the custard.
  • Greek Yogurt. Plain or flavoured. I start with plain.
  • Maple Syrup. To sweeten or honey. This is purely for taste so add as needed.
  • Optional. Add as needed purely for taste.
    • Vanilla Extract.
    • Cinnamon.
    • Nutmeg.
    • Powdered Sugar.
    • Toppings. Whatever you want. I went with more yogurt and blueberries.
To Make

Time Needed: Seven Minutes
  1. Preheat oven to 180°C/350°F
  2. Make custard mixture
    • In a small bowl, add an egg, yogurt and maple syrup. Whisk together to form a liquid custard
  3. Prepare the bread.
    • Using your fingers, a back of a spoon. Press into the centre of the bread to indent without breaking through - this avoids leakage.
  4. Spoon the custard mixture into the indented well and add your toppings on top.
  5. Time to cook.
    • Place bread on an oven tray with baking paper and put it in the oven for 8-12 minutes.
  6. Enjoy!
Bonus Tips
  • The softer the bread, the better. Makes it a lot easier to indent to help hold the mixture.
  • The custard mixture can make between 2 - 3 slices of bread. It will really depend on the size and thickness of your bread.
  • Make sure to whisk the custard well. It should look like a smooth, runny custard texture. You don’t want any clumps.
  • Keep an eye on the cooking time. They can burn quick.
  • Once the custard is set or caramelizing, then it is most likely ready.
I hope you give it a go. Let me know if you did and as always, enjoy!

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