Sunday, April 3, 2011

Weekend Breakfast - Banana Cinnamon Toast

banana cinnamon toast
There's nothing better than waking up on a Sunday morning to a beautiful, sunny, 21C weather.
Wait.
There is.
Waking up on a Sunday morning to a beautiful, sunny, 21C weather and a good breakfast ;)

Today's menu, nothing fancy, just a good 'ol banana cinnamon toast and a cup of coffee.
banana cinnamon toast
Place banana slices on a piece of bread slathered with butter, top with a bit of sugar, sprinkle with cinnamon, grill in a preheated 200C oven until the toast is crisp. Blow torching would be nice, but who'd bother whipping out a blow torch at 8.30am Sunday morning?
Not me.

Happy weekend, everyone!

12 comments:

pickyin @ LifeIsGreat said...

I'm loving the weather here and is feeling all sleepy after a breakfast buffet. Happy weekend!!

rachel neil said...

I came across your site and liked it very much.
I was wondering if you'd like to do a link exchange.
here's my site:
http://experimentingwithfood.blogspot.com (food)

thank you for your time
Rachel Neil
peru1@shaw.ca

Indonesia Eats said...

Instead broiling would be nice too! Yummmm

Alice said...

yum!
great inspiration for weekend bfast - thks :)

Joanne said...

Oh this sounds GOOD. Add on a smear of peanut butter...and I'd say it was heavenly.

shellie said...

that is quite yummy....i often make that for my kids in the morning....yes torches are too much for the morning....

Cooking Gallery said...

I wouldn't bother to toast the bread either ;)! Looks like a delicious and filling breakfast!

tigerfish said...

Why have I not tried doing that despite having all the ingredients available in my pantry and kitchen? :P

Thanks for the great idea!

daphne said...

Darn it's monday! regardless, the smell of this would have been enough to wake me up!

Crystal said...

That looks SO good... and easy! I love love cinnamon and bananas so I can see myself making this very soon. :)

Connie said...

Rita, can I come live at your house? =) That breakfast looks so good! And totally something I can do in this little Hong Kong kitchen of mine. Thanks for the food-spiration!

PF CHANGS said...

It looks like heaven!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe. :)