Popular foodie shows off her version of CUSTARD toast for breakfast

The must-try breakfast trend of 2022: Foodie shows off her version of the viral three-ingredient CUSTARD toast

  • Foodie shares custard toast recipe that’s perfect for those with a sweet tooth 
  • The custard toast takes under 10 minutes & the toast toppings are customisable 
  • Ayeh makes her custard with one egg, Greek yoghurt and a dash of maple syrup
  • She adds the custard to bread slices and tops with berries to cook in the air fryer 
  • A foodie has shared how to make custard toast that takes less than 10 minutes to make.  

    Popular Sydney cook, Ayeh Far, makes the breakfast custard using only three ingredients and adds customisable toppings.

    To begin Ayeh preheats her air fryer to 180 degrees celsius and starts making the simple custard. 

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    A popular Sydney cook, has makes a tasty breakfast custard using only three ingredients

    To begin Ayeh [pictured] preheats her air fryer to 180 degrees celsius and makes the simple custard

    A foodie has shared how to make custard toast that’s perfect for those with a sweet tooth and takes under 10 minutes to make

    In a small bowl she adds one egg, a few spoons of Greek yoghurt and a dash of maple syrup.

    She whisks the ingredients together until combined to form a liquid consistency.   

    With her fingers Ayeh simply presses into the centre of two bread slices to create an indent and well. 








    With her fingers Ayeh simply presses into the centre of two bread slices to create an indent and well

    In a small bowl she adds one egg, Greek yoghurt, maple syrup and whisks together until combined

    Next she spoons the liquid custard into the well and adds either berries or chocolate chips on top then places the slices into an air fryer to cook for up to five minutes and enjoys

    She also suggests using the back of a spoon or fork but says not to press too hard into the bread.   

    Next she spoons the liquid custard into the well and adds either berries or chocolate chips on top.   

    Ayeh then places her custard-filled slices into the air fryer to cook for up to five minutes and serves with maple syrup or Greek yoghurt.   

    The simple recipe has received praise since Ayeh shared it and fellow foodies have said they can't wait to try out the breakfast dish themselves

    The simple recipe has received praise since Ayeh shared it and fellow foodies have said they can’t wait to try out the breakfast dish themselves

    The simple recipe has received praise since Ayeh shared it and fellow foodies have said they can’t wait to try out the breakfast dish themselves. 

    ‘This recipe is amazing and so perfect for breakfast or a snack! Made it in air fryer with some blackberries and drizzle of honey when it was done,’ a foodie said. 

    ‘Literally one of the easiest and quickest recipes I’ve tried… You won’t be disappointed if you make them as well,’ another said.