13 June 2011

lemon poppy seed glaze

Look out folks. 
I am about to revolutionize your weekend mornings.

I set out to make French toast Sunday morning for the family. But I wanted something different. Something sweet, but. . . tart? Yeah. . . tart! 

I whipped up a quick lemon glaze, threw in some poppy seeds, and drizzled it over our French toast. I may never use maple syrup again. It was amazingly delicious. Everyone loved it.

 It's hard to call this a “recipe”—it's ridiculously simple.

1/2 tablespoon butter
1 cup powdered sugar
4-5 tablespoons lemon juice (approximately)
1½ teaspoons poppy seeds (optional)
Lemon zest (optional)
  • Melt butter in microwave-safe bowl. (I used a liquid measuring cup.) Allow to cool.
  • Stir in powdered sugar.
  • Add in lemon juice while stirring, until desired consistency is reached. (I wanted mine thick, but easily pourable. You can add more powdered sugar if it gets too thin.)
  • Stir in poppy seeds and lemon zest, if using.
  • Drizzle over French toast, pancakes, muffins, pound cake, doughnuts. . .
Here's a printable version.


Simply Mel {Reverie} said...

I love anything lemon {and easy}!

Cathy said...

This looks yummy, especially since I don't like syrup. Consider yourself pinned! :o)

Sophie said...

miam ! Cela semble délicieux !
Mais qu'appelle-t-on les toasts français aux Etats-Unis ? On dirait de la brioche tranchée ?

Marisa said...

Sophie, "French toast" est le pain perdu, selon Wikipedia. Le pain trempé dans de l'œuf et le lait.

Sophie said...

merci !! Je saurai à présent ;)
Nous aimons aussi beaucoup cela ici (voir mon article : http://sophiebonheur.canalblog.com/archives/2010/06/26/18432635.html, avec du pain blanc français ordinaire ;) )

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