A great Sunday brunch item for the adult palate. Serve with Irish Coffee for the full effect. Your taste buds will want to dance the Irish jig!

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Cut the bread into 12 slices. In a bowl, whisk together the eggs, Irish whiskey, Irish cream liqueur, and vanilla extract until well blended.

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  • Heat some of the butter in a skillet over medium heat until the butter is hot and the foam has disappeared. Press each bread slice into the egg mixture, then fry in the hot skillet until nicely browned on both sides, about 2 minutes per side. Add more butter to skillet as needed. Brush each slice with butter, and sprinkle with confectioners' sugar.

Nutrition Facts

376.93 calories; 13.17 g protein; 46.92 g carbohydrates; 12.39 g fat; 144.34 mg cholesterol; 593.55 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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03/22/2010
Awesome flavor! These were perfect for our Patty's day breakfast. I followed the recipe except some leprechauns turned ours green! My kids loved them and my husband said they melted in his mouth. These will definitely be tradition for us from now on. I served them with breakfast sausage white cheddar cream eggs and homemade hash browns. Thank you for a great recipe.
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11/02/2010
i loved this my husband reccommends 1/2 the whisky next time.
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03/22/2010
Awesome flavor! These were perfect for our Patty's day breakfast. I followed the recipe except some leprechauns turned ours green! My kids loved them and my husband said they melted in his mouth. These will definitely be tradition for us from now on. I served them with breakfast sausage white cheddar cream eggs and homemade hash browns. Thank you for a great recipe.
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06/29/2011
I LOVE this recipe! It was just sooo yummy and my roommate loved it as well. Perfect topped with powdered sugar and whipped cream syrup was a bit too sweet and rich for my taste.:)
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11/02/2010
i loved this my husband reccommends 1/2 the whisky next time.
(6)
01/12/2013
Thank you sandhockey for a wonderful and perfect recipe. This was absolutely delicious. Made it for Sunday brunch and the next day for Monday dinner. I did not change a thing.
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06/22/2014
I added a splash of milk because I don't like my french toast too eggy. Also I didn't have confectioner's sugar so when I put the toast on the griddle I sprinkled a little turbinado sugar and nutmeg on the face-up side and when I flipped it the sugar caramelized so the toast had a lovely flavor and crunch. This was delicious - the best French toast I've ever made!
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05/11/2017
Simple and absolutely delicious just as written. I topped it with fresh blackberries and a sprinkle of powdered sugar and served with pure maple syrup. Brilliant!:)