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  1. I love red velvet stuff so much, but here in Brazil is so hard to find desserts like this, and sometimes people use white chocolate instead cream cheese and it makes me very disapointed… thank you for this recipe!

  2. Never would've thought to put cocoa powder in the egg when making french toast … hmmmm 🙂 sounds delicious.

    So it's settled, I am gonna use my old bread to make some french toast. 'Cept I'm probably gonna make mine savory, so no cocoa powder this time, but I'll have to remember that cheeky trick for another time.

  3. I dont know about anyone else, but I think it would be cool to have a behind the scenes of how you film the voice over. Do you watch the video while you record yourself or do you just say it and then cut your voice in over the video. I have always wondered how it was done.

  4. I don't think eggy bread is the same as French toast. French toast is when you slice horizontally through the bread slice to make it really thin and it is toasted so it curls up at the edges.

  5. If you're using a ton of red food dye you're going to change the consistency of the egg wash. You might want to look into the paste dyes that are used for cake decorating, a very little goes a long way and won't thin your wash. You can also get no taste red so you won't get that chemical tang.

  6. Those are big slices of bread! This is so up my alley, I love red velvet!! I think I would still just do the bread and hit it with some maple syrup; skip the filling but I don't like things too complicated, haha.

  7. Here is something you could try. Make the bread dip out of pancake batter, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Just sprinkle in as much cinnamon and nutmeg as you want. Remember, always use more cinnamon than nutmeg. Then dip the bread and fry. Its way better than the egg mixture.

  8. I used to use those Sainsbury's food dyes for years and I was never able to get a good colour:( love your channel cause I know what ever u make I'll be able to make cause you get most of your stuff from Sainsbury's!

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