Baked Overnight Caramel French Toast
Overall Time: 9 hours approx.
Active Prep Time: 1 hour approx.
1 cup packed brown sugar
6 tablespoons butter or margarine
1/3 cup whipping (heavy) cream
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
(Fresh fruit of your choice for a little something extra!)
1/2 cup of milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon salt
8 (3/4) diagonal cut slices French bread
a. Spray 13×9 (3-quart) glass baking dish with cooking spray. Set aside.
b. In a 2 quart saucepan, mix all topping ingredients.
c. Stirring constantly, cook over medium heat until mixture is smooth.
(Watch carefully and be careful not to boil or overheat!)
d. Spread smooth mixture into baking dish from Step 1.
a. Beat eggs in a medium sized bowl, then add milk, vanilla, and salt.
b. Dip bread slices into the egg mixture, being mindful that all the egg mixture is absorbed.
c. Arrange dipped bread slices over toppings mixture already in the baking dish.
d. Cover and refrigerate overnight or for at least 8 hours.
a. When ready to bake, heat oven to 400 F.
b. Uncover baking dish and bake for 20 to 25 minutes, or until mixture is bubbly and toast is golden brown.
c. Remove from oven and let stand for 3 minutes.
a. Using over mitts, lace a large heatproof serving platter upside down over the baking dish, then turn platter and baking dish over.
b. Remove the baking dish and use a spatula to scrape any extra topping onto the toast.
c. Top with fresh fruit of your choice.
d. Serve immediately.
(Recipe adapted from tablespoon.com)
Looking for a fresh perspective on breakfast? Check out our new AM menu at On Safari Foods at Cafe Artemis
– the newest addition the On Safari Foods family!
Located in Lower Queen Anne, we offer busy professionals and area residents a variety of options that can be enjoyed in-house or on-the-go.
For hot entrees, the grill is open from 7:30-10:30 (with lunch starting at 11).
However, if you’re in the mood for something lighter: espresso drinks, smoothies, and a variety of house-made pastries, quiches, and other quick treats are available from 7:00am-3:00pm every week day.
Check out the new breakfast items below, or for our full menus click here
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Hot Cross Buns Recipe
Marked with a symbolic puff pastry cross, Hot Cross Buns are a special treat and frequent fixture at many Easter Sunday meals. Though they are quite tasty plain, they are especially delicious when split and then served with a liberal layer of butter and fresh marmalade.
Yield: 24 buns
Time: Approximately 3 hours
Owner Teresa Carew (left) standing with artist Melissa Evans (right)
As some of you might already know, Cafe Artemis, the newest member of the On Safari Family is now open for operation – serving hungry professionals in Lower Queen Anne breakfast, lunch, and espresso every week day from 7:00am-3:00pm.
What you might not know is that Cafe Artemis will also be showcasing the artwork and photography of Seattle creatives on a quarterly rotating basis. This means that every four months, patrons of Cafe Artemis will get the chance to ponder the artistic vision of a new local talent.
In addition, we will also be hosting a complimentary open house every quarter to celebrate the arrival of each new artist. So be sure to keep up to date via our Facebook for Open House dates and times.
Hosted after hours in the world-famous Pike Place Market, this fabulous event is a food lovers paradise, and provides a truly unique glimpse into one of Seattle’s historic treasures.
It’s also one of our all-time favorite annual events!
Featuring gourmet goods from over 70 local artisan vendors, spanning the entire gamut from sweet to savory, cider to beer, and wine to craft liquor – Arcade Lights truly does have something for everyone.
Even better than getting to sample all the amazing food and drink, is the fact that the proceeds from this event go towards supporting the Market’s social endeavors – such as the Pike Market Senior Center and the Pike Market Food Bank.
This menu is no longer available!
Please check back again next year 🙂
Good news! The luck of the Irish is with you this year!
In light of huge demand, we are again offering our rich and delicious St. Patrick’s Day lunch special! This menu is available for staffed events, drop-off deliveries, and for pick-up at our main shop in SoDo.
Place your order soon, as this menu is available now and quantities are limited! Don’t let your luck run out though – the last day to order is Monday, March 13.
I Do SoDo – Seattle’s newest wedding show – is an event unlike any other.
Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood, once a strict warehouse district, is in the midst of a wonderfully chic transformation! Steadily filling with tasty restaurants and hip bars, SoDo is now home to some of Seattle’s best hidden gems.
With a scintillating blend of old and new, steel, concrete, and wood, the neighborhood boasts an edgy elegance that redefines the traditional norms of beauty and style.
I Do SoDo, Seattle’s hippest new wedding show, was born of a desire to showcase all the wonderful options this varied and often overlooked neighborhood has to offer.
With over 100 talented vendors, spread out across 8 amazing SoDo venues – I Do SoDo flawlessly combines all the fun elements of this unique neighborhood into a one-of-a-kind, industrial chic, wedding event.
This February 14th, dazzle your special someone with an extra special Valentine’s Day gift!
Beautiful, elegant and wholly unique – our dazzling Valentine’s Day gift boxes are sure to surprise and delight!
Every box is decorated by hand, and a variety of colors are available.
Each gift set includes:
2 187ml bottles of glittering Prosecco
2 homemade and hand-decorated frosted shortbread heart cookies
4 chocolate ganache and Dulce de Leche tartlets
1 blank card for a personalized note (optional)
Happy New Year Seattle!!
Like most people, the beginning of a New Year gets us thinking about the one that just passed. Though the world seems to be in a somewhat constant state of turmoil, we take comfort in the fact that no matter the circumstance – food has the power to transcend boundaries and bring people together.
As a company, we took back at 2016 and remember the pleasure of working with some amazing clients, the excitement of expanding our kitchen in SoDo, the humble honor of winning Best of Western Washington’s Wedding Caterer of 2016, and the true joy of improving our craft and experimenting with new flavors and cuisines.
Bombarded as we are by upheavals worldwide and widespread negativity in the media, we believe that now, more than ever, it is important to remember those truly remarkable things that happen everyday. Keeping that in mind, we’ve compiled below a short montage of our favorite food moments of 2016.
Why celebrate Thanksgiving at work?
Because embracing love, good food, and gratitude shouldn’t stop at the front door of your home.
Also, Thankgiving is always one of those holidays that seems to fly by too quicly. One minute you’re carving the turkey, the next you’re eating Thankgiving leftovers sandwiches at work.
Not that those sandwiches aren’t amazing (because they are), but this year we wanted to explore a few special ways you can spread seasonal cheer beyond the family table.
After all, there is more to the holiday than simply devouring a delicious meal.
With that in mind, read on to find our top five simple tips for celebrating Thanksgiving at work.