Surely this year's Cadbury Christmas staff party is being fully funded by our extended family! We have so much chocolate that you can open almost any cupboard in our house and find a considerable pile of Easter Eggs! Rather than melt it down and sculpt it into a life size copy of Michelangelo's David, I have been using it in the kitchen. For breakfast yesterday I decided to sandwich some Easter Eggs in between two slices of french toast, YUM! Here's how you can try it too using things you probably already have in the pantry.
Mix the sugar, eggs, cream or milk, vanilla and cinnamon together in a dinner plate. Put a frypan on a low heat and add in a knob of butter. Soak one side only of a slice of bread in the egg mix for 30 seconds and then place it egg mix side down in the pan. Add as many slice to the pan as can fit comfortably.
Soak another slice of bread on one side only in the egg mix for 30 seconds and place it on top of the chocolate to form a sandwich - egg side up. Repeat this for all the bread in your frypan.
When your french toast is browned on the bottom use a flat spatula to flip it over and cook the other side. When it's browned your done, cut it up and try not to make a mess - enjoy!