For the life of me, I can’t remember what I was watching. I’ll blame that on “prego brain”. But, we were told to make french toast from Challah bread. I didn’t even know what this was. I went into the store looking for Halla bread, but then after some googling realized that it was spelled Challah. Challah is made from eggs, fine white flour, sugar, yeast, salt, and water and is then braided. It’s sweet, thick, and I promise makes the most AMAZING french toast ever, especially if you are stuffing the french toast.
Recently though, I learned a local bakery, Wild Flour Bakery, made Challah Buns. I immediately knew that I wanted to make a breakfast sandwich from them. While this particular bakery can only be found in the Philadelphia/Jersey region, I encourage you to call local bakeries to see about getting them for yourself.
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