I recommend getting the bread from a Chinese bakery. It is like white bread, but better. If you don't have a Chinese bakery, white bread will work, but it will definitely not be as good. If you are local to Southern California I got mine at J.J.Bakery. They have stores in City of Industry, Rowland Heights, Torrance, Chino, Arcadia, Hacienda Heights, and Irvine. Another bakery is Domie's Bakery in Rosemead. Have fun and make a field trip out of it.
4-5 slices of 1″-thick brick toast. (Found in Chinese bakeries)
Preheat toaster oven to 350 degrees F.
First, score the toast in a pound sign (#), marking the large toast slice into 9 squares. Make the incisions deep to allow better butter penetration.
Mix remaining ingredients in bowl with spatula, resulting in bechamel-esque paste below.
Put 3 Tablespoons of the mixture on each piece of bread, and spread evenly. Be sure to cover the edges so the tip of the crust won’t burn. Place into a 350 oven for 10 minutes, or remove when sugary mix is lightly browned. Serve by drizzling chocolate sauce on top. I used Ganache.
I have to brag a little. I have super amazing friends. Stephanie is one of them. Not only is this girl super amazing, she loves food to. A girl after my own heart. My favorite thing to do with her is go out to sushi. She knows all of the good places. When we go, we order 10 different things and eat and eat and eat until we nearly shut the place down and they have to roll us out of there. After we leave sushi we go and get ice cream. It makes for the perfect night with perfect friends.
Love you Steph! XOXO!