Why did I not think of this delicious easiest recipe before now?! This bread is amazing! How could something so simple, with only three ingredients be so spectacular? Say goodbye to frying donuts and spending long hours preparing cinnamon rolls. In my opinion this is better, and SO much easier and faster. It can be made in under 5 minutes! It’s sometimes the simplest things that seemed to be passed by, like this. I’ve never heard of it before, but its so simple that someone has probably tried it before. I’ve seen many things candied/caramelized before, nuts, fruit, etc but never bread. I thought of several names for this bread and the top two came to caramelized bread and candied bread so call it what you’d like =).
These are so versatile, like a donut, roll or churro they can be fancied up or kept plain. You could try it with different types of bread, like cinnamon swirl, wheat, banana or pumpkin. A sprinkling of cinnamon or a pinch of sea salt can be added to the butter mixture. They can be served as a dessert, for a snack, as breakfast or anytime you have a sugar craving. One thing I love about this recipe is that nearly anyone in the world could make it with it’s 3 basic ingredients, simple cooking method and the amazingly low cost of it’s ingredients. What the best thing since sliced bread? This, candied sliced bread =). Go on, try something new. You will fall in love!
Yield: 6 slices
- 5-6 slices white bread or french bread (slices should be about 1/2" thick)
- 1/4 cup salted butter , softened
- 6 Tbsp light-brown sugar
Heat a non stick griddle or fry pan over medium heat. In a small bowl, using a fork, mix together butter and brown sugar until well combine. Spread about 1/2 Tbsp butter mixture evenly over each side of the bread (about 1 tbsp total per slice). Place coated bread on preheated non-stick pan and cook until bottom turns golden, about 1 - 2 minutes. Flip and cook reverse side until bottom turns golden. Repeat process with remaining slices of bread. Remove candied bread from heat (don't stack slices while hot or they will stick) and serve warm (they can also be cooled and stored in an airtight container, but I think they are best warm).