berry stack Recipe

berry stack


2 slices of bread - round cutouts using cookie cutter or small cup


pinch of cinammon

butter or margarine

icing sugar

strawberry jam

Vanilla ice-cream to serve

How to make berry stack

This treat was inspired by Yongfook's Light English Brunch recipe, using the round cutoffs from the slices of bread. It dead easy, quick and makes a great alternative to mini pancakes or desert for one.

  1. Butter both sides of the pieces of bread
  2. In a plate mix sugar and a pinch of cinamon and then take the pieces of bread and coat both sides.
  3. Heat up a pan and place the breads and cook through until slightly golden brown (it will form a bit of caramelisation from the sugar coating) Flip them over and do the other sides. Once both side a browned take it off the heat.
  4. Plate the first piece and dusting with icing sugar and strawberry jam spread, then stack the second piece and once again dust icing suga and spread the jam. Finally finish up with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream.
  • roberutsu
    roberutsu says

    loves it! cute little thing.

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy says

    Thanx! It's very cute and taste as sweet as it looks.

  • yongfook
    yongfook says

    super cute.

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy says

    triple thanx to you, if it wasn't for your lovely recipe for english brunch, this would have never been born. So thanks for the inspiration :D

  • ovenhaven
    ovenhaven says

    This is sucha great idea! Love how it looks.

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy says

    @ ovehaven - thanks, deady easy to try ;D

  • ak19841014
    ak19841014 says

    So smart, Kimmy! I would like to try with raisin bread. It must be so good!

  • Kimmy
    Kimmy says

    Thanks...yes it is so good! if you want to try with raisin bread, omit the cinnamon, as most raisin breads have that added or some sort spice, also try mascarpone mixed with a bit of sugar as an alternative to the ice works a treat.

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