1. Easy Country French Toast
Simple recipes that don’t require lots of hard work to be delicious always tend to be my go-to’s. This recipe definitely falls into that category. As the title suggests, it has a very hearty country feel to it. You’ll feel like you’re eating a professionally cooked plate of french toast at a five-star restaurant. Check it out here at Country Recipe Book.
2. Strawberry Cheesecake Stuffed French Toast
With Mother’s Day on the way, show that special woman in your life how much you love her with this french toast recipe. It’s a lot more simple than what you would normally expect from a recipe like this one, and most of the ingredients are already in your cupboard. This recipe takes comfort food to a whole new level. Find it here at High Heels and Grills.
3. Pumpkin French Toast Roll-Ups
We may not be in the fall season anymore, but hey, you can’t put a season on delicious flavors like pumpkin spice. This recipe takes french toast and pumpkin pie and rolls it up into one delicious breakfast that the whole family will enjoy. For a recipe so good looking, it’s a mystery how it’s so simple. Visit The Novice Chef to find out more about this recipe.
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4. Death by Chocolate French Toast
For all you chocolate lovers out there, this one’s for you. While this one requires a bit more effort, it’s definitely worth it to satisfy your chocolate cravings. This french toast is stuffed and topped with chocolate ganache, chocolate chips, and whipped cream. Find it over at Delish.
5. Coconut Crusted French Toast
French toast and coconut for sure don’t sound like something you would see every day next to each other, but after seeing this recipe, you’re going to wish it was; and it’s a lot more simple than it seems. It’s sure to be the highlight of your morning. You can even top it with fresh fruit. Head over to Two Peas and Their Pod to find out more about this recipe.
6. Overnight French Toast Casserole
Finding a good french toast casserole recipe is hard, but I believe this one is perfect. It’s so simple, and you probably already have all the ingredients in your cupboard. And, if you need to make it in a cinch, the overnight soak is not necessary. Check it out at Lady and the Blog.