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The Rock’s Famous Cheat Day French Toast Is Now Available Online
Back in 2020, jaws dropped when entertainer Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson shared a video of his legendary four-inch-thick French toast. The dish was prepared by The Rock and his own gourmet expert, Chef Rocky, for a cheat-day dinner.
The all around enormous French toast was then finished off with peanut butter, whipped cream, and maple syrup. To make matters much more debauched, the whipped cream and maple syrup were both injected with The Rock’s Teremana tequila.
Presently, more than two years after the fact, The Rock and Chef Rocky, alongside Goldbelly, are allowing sweet breakfast fans the opportunity to partake in the renowned French toast, politeness of Los Angeles’ Brique French Toastery.
The Goldbelly adaptation of The Rock’s number one French toast incorporates 5-inch-thick, new heated, hand-plaited brioche dunked in cinnamon-zest custard. Whenever you’ve warmed the French toast in the broiler, you then, at that point, top it with peanut butter-coconut-maple syrup, vanilla bean whipped cream, and stove toasted coconut chips. It tends to be yours for $69.95 – $169.95 (contingent upon the serving size).
“It’s time everybody! We were unable to be more eager to declare that we’ve collaborated with Goldbelly! Believe it or not!… The undeniably popular stone toast all of you have been needing is presently accessible [for] cross country delivering!” said Chef Rocky, proprietor of Brique French Toastery, in an explanation. “From selling Brique’s out on our entryway patio to now getting them transported to your doorstep is a dream turned reality! We can hardly hang tight for you all to at long last experience a definitive french toast insight!”
Sorry people, there’s no tequila engaged with this rendition.