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Smothered in syrup, topped with fruit, or stuffed with filling, we love all kinds of French toast recipes! Enjoy one of our classic takes on this breakfast favorite, or opt for a change of pace with our baked French toast, brioche, and French toast casserole recipes.
Go the classic route with our French toast recipe that calls on traditional ingredients: bread soaked in a sweetened egg mixture and standby spices -- such as cinnamon and nutmeg -- already stocked in your pantry.
Brie and pears layered between slices of French toast add an air of sophistication to any breakfast or brunch. A hint of rosemary cooked into the pears adds a light, lemony flavor to this elegant French toast recipe.
Skip the single servings -- this breakfast casserole is made for a crowd! With just six ingredients, including sweet blueberries and smooth cream cheese, our blueberry French toast casserole couldn't be easier.
Prep these tasty French toast sticks ahead of time -- the toast freezes for up to one month. Plus, when they're prepared with a cinnamon-sugar flaxseed breading and sweet apricot dipping sauce, they're as healthy as they are easy.
Every beginner chef needs to learn how to cook French toast. Watch our video to learn the best way to make your slices come out golden brown and delicious.
Soak sliced brioche in a brown-sugar amaretto mixture for a French toast recipe that's all grown up. Sugary blackberry syrup brings a fresh sweetness to this brunch favorite.
If you've ever felt like a short-order cook while making French toast a few slices at a time, you'll love this French toast casserole. Wake your guests up with the sweet aroma of a delicious cinnamon-packed dish, complete with crunchy pecans and a melty banana-caramel glaze -- it serves 12, making breakfast a breeze!
Try our breakfast version of your favorite peanut butter-and-banana sandwich. This stuffed French toast recipe is packed with fresh banana slices and cream cheese and topped with chopped peanuts for that crunch and nutty flavor you love.
Add an unexpected crunch to your brunch with this crispy-coated French toast recipe. Dunk thick challah slices in a zesty orange liqueur-egg mixture before heading to the griddle to make this adult-only breakfast.
The bread for this French toast recipe soaks in our lightly seasoned vanilla-nutmeg egg mixture for 8 hours, ensuring that each slice is packed with flavor. Chopped pecans and fresh blueberries get baked on top, finishing the recipe with a crunchy-tart bite.
Calm busy mornings with our make-ahead take on stuffed French toast. Get our prep-ahead secrets!
Turn Hawaiian sweet hot dog buns into tasty breakfast sandwiches. Just fill with sausage, provolone, and pear, and you've got yourself a delicious and unique morning meal.
Breakfast goes global with this delicious caballeros pobres recipe, a type of French toast served with cinnamon-pecan syrup. Piloncillo, Mexican unrefined brown sugar, gives this syrup it's sweet taste -- look for it in local Latin markets, or substitute with brown sugar.
Transform your favorite French dessert into a delicious breakfast treat. You'd never guess it's just 231 calories!
Add creamy marshmallow, gooey milk chocolate, and crushed graham crackers to classic French toast, turning your favorite campfire treat into a breakfast staple. The best part? This recipe calls for just 15 minutes of prep, making these tasty toast slices a breakfast go-to.
Zesty lemon curd, crunchy poppy seeds, and fresh fruit turn any French toast recipe into an instant favorite. Sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving -- we promise it's all the topping you'll need!
Serve up thick slices of Texas toast breakfast-style with this French toast recipe that embraces the great taste of salted caramel and banana. Mascarpone cheese and pecans fill these stuffed slices, adding nutty sweetness to the dish.