Enjoy an ooey-gooey treat for breakfast that will make your sweet tooth sing.
French Toast with Maple-Apple CompoteThis decadent french toast recipe will have you quickly out of bed and into the kitchen. Sweet Pink Lady apples hold up well to being sautéed for the compote.
Banana-Stuffed French ToastGet a serving of fruit in with your sticky-sweet breakfast by layering cinnamon-raisin bread with thinly sliced bananas. A dose of warm maple syrup rounds out the weekend-friendly dish.
French Toast BitesThis bite-sized recipes is kid-friendly and a crowd pleaser, to boot. Because the pieces are smaller, they're less likely to get soggy like full-sized French toast. Plus, because it's cut into smaller pieces, the bread slices cook faster and are easier to manage.
Pound Cake French ToastWhen regular French toast isn't sweet enough, substitute slices of store-bought pound cake to up the flavor quota. A zesty two-ingredient homemade raspberry sauce brings out the rich flavor of the cake, while the Maple-Mint Cream adds an extra dose of richness.
Toffee French Toast with PecansThe luscious sauce makes this French toast taste like sticky toffee pudding. If you have any sauce leftover, reserve it for a decadent ice cream drizzle.
Croissant French Toast With Fresh Strawberry SyrupDay-old croissants are the perfect foil to the sweet whipped cream and strawberry syrup. They hold up well to the short cook time and infuse rich flavor into the colorful dish.
Overnight Caramel French ToastYou'd never guess that this make-ahead dish, with it cinnamon-sugar sprinkle, was a lightened version of your childhood favorite. Mark this recipe for the holidays, or weekends when you have guests staying over. It's quick to prepare, sits overnight, and cooks for less than an hour in the morning while it fills your house with a warm, delicious scent.
Cheese-Stuffed French Toast with Strawberry SauceFrom top to bottom, this French toast recipe boasts flavor-packed accents that are sure to leave guests raving. Candied lemon curd and a sweet strawberry sauce top vanilla-scented French bread that conceals pockets of rich cream cheese. It's decadent, indulgent, and delicious all at once.
Strawberry-Filled French Toast with Caramel and PecansFill slices of French bread with sweet strawberry preserves and top with cinnamon, nutmeg, and chopped pecans. This recipe bakes in the oven, which means less time flipping the slices and more time enjoying your guests.
Pumpkin-Stuffed French ToastThis fall-inspired recipe is stuffed with serious pumpkin flavor and infused with cinnamon, nutmeg, and light brown sugar, taking traditional french toast up a notch.
Overnight Apple French ToastThis savory breakfast treat is definitely worth the overnight wait. Taking a crazy spin on traditional french toast, this recipe yields a drool-worthy outcome. Soaked with brown sugar, apple jelly, and freshly sliced apples, this french toast recipe will soon become a family favorite.
Baked French ToastDon't be surprised to hear your kids bolt out of bed when they smell this delicious dish cooking. Use French bread to cut down on the calories.
Banana-Chocolate French ToastThis Banana-Chocolate French Toast recipe will please even the pickiest of eaters. Make breakfast, brunch, or breakfast for dinner a combination of sweet and savory.
Overnight Peaches-and-Cream French ToastJazz up traditional French toast with sweet peaches and heavy cream in this make-ahead breakfast casserole dish. It's perfect for holiday mornings, birthday celebrations, or any day you want to make extra special.
Guiltless French ToastThis lightened version of French toast is made with egg whites instead of whole eggs, orange juice and whole wheat bread and has less than 5 grams of fat per serving.
One-Dish Blackberry French ToastPerfect for a holiday breakfast or a weekend brunch, this french toast recipe is loaded with tasty, sweet ingredients. Of course, you can always add a little extra sweetness with maple syrup or whipped cream.
Baked Caramel-Banana French ToastDecadent, easy-to-serve Baked Caramel-Banana French Toast is great for family brunches. It's a tasty dessert option, too, for parties or dinner.