We're on another #eggcitingadventure and this time we're headed to the Green Mountain State. Vermont is one of the most picturesque states in the Northeast with rolling mountains, the gorgeous Lake Champlain, and true family farms as far as the eye can see.
It's no wonder that the food that is representative of Vermont is fresh and right off the farm. This delicious recipes amounts to a fresh take on french toast, but it is such a refreshing take that it is worth the departure from the classic.
While eggs are not the star of this particular dish, we are traveling the country in support of National Egg Month so it is important that we do require 3 whole eggs for this wonderful recipe.
(Your favorite Neggheads couldn't let National Egg Month go by without a celebration...who knows, maybe balloons will be in order in the coming days.)
Back to the recipe. This wonderful Vermont dish comes to us from our friends at Fountain Avenue Kitchen. Thanks to them for the wonderful recipe and the amazing photography of this tasty treat.
It might be tough to recreate this wonderful dish as shown, because berry season in Vermont is still a month or so away, but you can try with store bought berries. It might not have the same freshness to it, but it will still be tasty.
Whether you plan to make a trek to one of the many family farms in the great state of Vermont this summer or you just want to get the feeling that you're already there with this wonderful dish, you can't miss with this #EasyFastandFun breakfast treat.
All month long we'll be sharing recipes from around the United States to celebrate National Egg Month. If you have one you'd like to share with us you can do it on our Facebook page or Instgaram account with the hashtag #eggcitingadventures. Just make sure to let us know which state the recipe is representing.