Last Updated on June 11, 2020
8. Baked Banana French Toast with Pecan Crumble
Bananas and french toast are like a match made in heaven. Top it all with pecans and syrup, and you’ve got a delicious breakfast bake that the whole family is sure to enjoy. Baked french toast is so easy to make, and it puts a delicious twist on regular french toast. Check it out here at Inquiring Chef.
9. Blueberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast
It seems like you can pair french toast with any berry and the results will always turn out fabulously. Blueberries are definitely compliant with that statement. You’ll feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast with this recipe, and who doesn’t want to do that? You could probably even just serve this as a dessert, it’s so sweet. Find it at Away From the Box.
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10. Bacon Stuffed French Toast
Find the best combination of sweet and savory with this recipe. It combines two amazing breakfasts to make an even better one. I would eat bacon with every meal if given the chance. Find out more about this recipe at Spicy Southern Kitchen.
11. Crunchy French Toast
Sure, you’ve eaten crispy french toast before, but what about crunchy? Adding that extra Rice Krispies crunch to your french toast can be the key ingredient you never knew you needed. It’s so simple! Find out more at Tastes Better From Scratch.
12. Almond-Crusted French Toast
I love almonds, and pairing almonds with french toast is simply a game-changer. This recipe is sure to be the highlight of your morning, and you probably already have the ingredients on hand. Top it with buttercream syrup and strawberries! Find out more at Jamie Cooks it Up.
13. Creme Brulee French Toast
Wait, Are these French Toast Recipes for breakfast or dessert?
French toast has never sounded more delicious. You’ll feel like you’re eating out at a five-star French eatery when you eat this french toast. The combination of creme brulee and french toast results in a thin layer of caramelized sugar on the surface of the toast. Delicious! Find it here at The Recipe Critic.