French Toast with French Vanilla Sativa “Surp”

February 2023 by Angela Laufer

A delicious, CLASSIC French toast recipe with a medicated, sativa twist to start your day off right! With only a handful of ingredients and a 20-minute cook time, this recipe can make even the laziest weekend mornings memorable.

Step 1: Whisk the Ingredients

Whisk milk, eggs, vanilla extract, and cinnamon in a big bowl. Prep your bread slices, sliced fruit, and other garnishes.

My go-to bread is brioche, because of its natural sweetness, and its incredible fluff. Perfect for the most luxurious French Toast. Other spices can be added as well; I use a dash of cinnamon but you could add extra for a more pronounced cinnamon French toast. I’ve also incorporated nutmeg, for a richer and deeper flavor. The best thing about French toast is that you can tweak it however you see fit. In the mood for bananas or blackberries? Flavored whipped cream or fruity syrups? Enjoy any way you like (:

Step 2: Heat Griddle

Place griddle or pan over medium heat and melt 1 tablespoon of butter in pan.

Step 3: Dip Bread Slices in Egg Mixture

Dip bread slices in your egg mixture for approximately 5 seconds each, making sure both sides of the bread are well coated.

Step 4:

Carefully place bread within the pan and cook until golden brown on both sides, approximately 2 minutes per side.

Step 5:

Use 1 tablespoon of butter after every 2 slices of bread to keep them from sticking and ensuring the same golden brown throughout.

Step 6:

Garnish with your desired fruit(s), whipped cream, and powdered sugar, topped with Spring Lake’s French Vanilla Sativa Surp.

Cooking with Cannabis-Infused Ingredients

A good starting point for ingesting cannabis edibles is to limit yourself to <5mg THC ; even less if you are new to THC-infused food. They can have the tendency to be stronger, more intense, and can differ drastically from smoking. For one, the effects can take anywhere from a half hour to 3 hours to fully metabolize, depending on an individual’s unique body and metabolic rate. In addition, because the THC is digested through your liver and can more readily cross the body’s blood-brain barrier, the high can be stronger and last longer. To test the potency and effect of your finished product, try a smaller amount (<5mg) and see how that dose affects you after 2-3 hours. Titrate your dose as desired, and you can then use this personalized “standard” dose as a baseline for your recipes.

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Happy Cooking!