Soya French Toast

Soya French Toast
Soya French Toast

Aloha! Welcoming hearty breakfast, FRENCH TOAST!

This is my new favorite. Easy ingredient, Easy Cooking, Easy Preparation, Good Taste.



4 slice of white bread

200 ml Soymilk (or cow’s milk, whichever you like)

2 eggs, beaten

Pinch of Cinnamon powder (I grated Cinnamon Stick, though)

White or Brown Sugar 2 tsp (Optional)

Unsalted butter




How to cook

Mix soy milk, beaten eggs, sugar and cinnamon powder. Soak bread in the mixture (both side). Heat butter in non-sticky pan or Happycall pan, fry until golden brown on both side. Serve Hot with generous amount of Nutella (or other jam if you like).

-Happy Cooking-




Healthy Black Sesame Smoothies (Remake!)

Healthy Black Sesame Smoothies
Healthy Black Sesame Smoothies

I have uploaded photo of Healthy Black Sesame Smoothies in my FB page few months ago. Today I made it again. Instead of two servings-recipe, I made it compact to one full serving. Nice Brunch choice! Original Recipe is on YouTube, but I modified a bit.

Ingredient (one-serving) :

1 ripe banana

150 ml local soymilk

2 tsp black sesame seeds (Preferably ground sesame, but I used raw seed)

2-3 ice cubes

1/2 tbsp honey –> original recipe used it, but I didn’t


How to make :

Blend all ingredient until smooth, serve cold.

*Note : any soymilk brands sold in  indonesian supermarket normally are sweet, so you don’t have to use honey.



Banana Cocoa (Milo!) Soy Smoothie

I found another healthy-delicious smoothie recipe on the internet! Yeay! and luckily, I have all the ingredients sorted at home. This is Banana Cocoa Soy Smoothie of my version.

Banana Cocoa Soy Smoothies


Ingredients :

1 ripe banana

1/2 cup silken tofu (about 115 gram or half pack of Kongkee Silken Tofu)

1/2 cup soymilk (about 8 tbsp)

2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder –> changed it to MILO original (not the 3-in-1 mix)

(original recipe used 1 tbsp honey, but I didnt put it)


How to make it :

Put all ingredients in blender, blend well until smooth, served cold.

*note : it turned out that ripe banana and milo gave exactly the sweetness I want. It tasted so good, it’s already in my daily recipe list.


Nutrition Fact per serving (as per original recipe) :

340 calories; 8 g fat ( 1 g sat , 1 g mono ); 0 mg cholesterol; 60 g carbohydrates; 17 g protein; 10 g fiber; 121 mg sodium; 749 mg potassium.