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Friday, May 27, 2011

Polynesian Resorts Kona Cafe

There is this fabulous Breakfast item I hear about every trip I take to Disney World...
My family doesn't frequent the breakfast menu anywhere when we are on vacation, we rarely wake up in time to even see the menu, before it changes to the lunch menu.
 ~smiles

I have yet to have this fabulous treat but I was able to get a little taste of
Disney World right here in my own kitchen.
Here is how I did it.


Tonga Toast is something I hear people speak of ALL, yes ALL the time.
What is Tonga Toast?
well it is really yummy, I have to tell you I had my doubts.
French toast stuffed with bananna? hmmm

It was wonderful!
I even got 8 out of 10 kids to eat it and they enjoyed it! that is a plus!
a few were even asking to have it again a few days later!
SCORE!
I have a tough time trying to get my kiddos to eat, so anything they like I'm for making it again.Stuffed

Banana French toast... like "Tonga Toast"
  • Four 1″ thick slices sourdough or sweet french bread, cut from an oval loaf
  • 2 large bananas (8 oz each) peeled, halved lengthwise, then crosswise
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar mixed with 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • butter, maple syrup
  1. Cut a 2 to 3″ pocket in one side of each bread slice.
  2. Carefully stuff pockets with 2 pieces of banana.
  3. Beat eggs, milk and vanilla in a shallow dish.
  4. In a large skillet melt butter and oil over medium heat.
  5. Dip both sides of bread into egg mixture. (Don’t let the bread get too soggy)
  6. Fry about 2 minutes per side till lightly browned.
  7. Drain on paper towels on a wire rack.
  8. Serve hot sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar mixture and butter and syrup on the side.
  9. 4 servings
I did not use veg. oil. I used coconut oil!
The hint of coconut gave it a wonderful flavor I really liked the warm bananna flavor with the coconut. I also did not roll it in cin. Sugar, as with lots of kids the syrup provides plenty of this hyper inducing stuff. and they like to drown anything in the sugary syrup.
Over all it was a WONDERFUL breakfast, and I will be going to Kona Cafe to get me a bit of the real deal on my next visit!
What is your favorite breakfast treat at Walt Disney World?
I need a little help for this years trip, I am going to try to see those breakfast menus!

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Written by Cindy Fragozo, Your Travel Specialist at 3D TravelCompany.

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  1. I could really go for some Tonga toast. Or even just a coffee and people watching in the lobby.

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