Baileys French Toast

Interesting twist by inserting chocolate into a slice of white loaf. This toast is not a regular one, it's a Bailey's with cinnamon, caramel flavor. You could easily make this at home, watch the instruction video below.

FYI: In the 15th century English court of Henry V, a version of the French toast called "pain perdu" or "lost bread" was the culinary rage. Then, it was called "lost" bread because the recipe called for soaking hard or stale bread in a mixture of milk and egg, then frying it (from Neatorama).

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