Everyone loves a fluffy and sweet FrenchToast Breakfast but some of these French toast recipes are so delicious they could almost be dessert! With recipes like cinnamon French toast bites, Hawaiian sweet bread French toast, chocolate hazelnut stuffed French toast and so many more, you will want to eat these mouth-watering recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert! Your family will be asking for French toast for breakfast every weekend!
15 Different French Toast Recipes Below
- Overnight French Toast Bake
This Overnight French Toast Bake is exactly what you need to wake up to for a lazy Sunday morning breakfast or a delicious addition to a celebratory brunch! Whether you prefer the crisp edges or the gooey middle, you will love every bite of this Overnight French Toast Bake!
French Toast Finger Food
- Cinnamon French Toast Bites
French Toast has always been a popular breakfast item – after all, it is perfection. However, this variation of the dish is even more delicious.
French Toast with Eggs bacon corn beef hash garlic
- Savory French Toast
Trying to cut out sugary breakfasts? Make this amazing savory French toast with lots of garlic and thyme flavors. Enjoy with a fried egg, bacon, corned beef hash, or any other favorite savory breakfast food!
Enjoy French Toast with Strawberries and Blueberries
- Hawaiian Sweet Bread French Toast
If you’ve never had Hawaiian Sweet Bread French Toast before, you are missing out!! Sweet thick slices of Hawaiian bread are battered in a delicious custard before being pan-fried until golden brown. Tops with berries and syrup!
French Toast Roll-ups for grab and go
- French Toast Roll-ups
Start your day with Cinnamon French Toast Roll-ups. A roll-up filled with a cinnamon mixture, fried and topped with cream cheese drizzle. Your kids will love them and so will you.
- Baked French Toast with Pralines
Sliced french bread soaks all night and is then topped with buttery candied pecans and baked until puffed and golden! Perfect for a holiday morning!
Peanut Butter and Marshmallow French Toasts
- Fluffernutter French Toast
Serve up something special with this Fluffernutter French Toast Bake! It’s a perfect holiday breakfast stuffed with creamy peanut butter and sweet marshmallows.
Cofee-flavored custard with chocolate and whipped cream coffee
- Chocolate Stuffed Brioche French Toast
Eat your coffee for breakfast with this incredible Chocolate Stuffed Brioche French toast! It’s made by dipping soft, buttery brioche bread in a coffee-flavored custard, stuffing it with premium chocolate, and topping it with a dollop of whipped coffee cream.
- Sourdough French Toast
This Easy Sourdough French Toast Recipe will be your next favorite breakfast recipe on weekday mornings when you are in a rush for school or work but need to eat something delicious and satisfying.
Pears and Pecans French Toast Recipes
- Pecan French Toast with Caramelized Pears
Make this Pear and Pecan French Toast for a warm breakfast treat this weekend! You’ll love how classic french toast is taken up a notch with a caramelized pear and pecan topping.
- Crispy Captain Crunch French Toast
Your favorite crunchy, sweet treat cereal makes the perfect coating for buttery brioche in this crispy pan-fried Captain Crunch French Toast.
Skillet French Toast with Hazelnut and Chocolate
- Chocolate-Hazelnut Stuffed French Toast
Combine French toast and chocolate in delicious ways with this recipe for electric skillet French toast filled with hazelnut chocolate cream. It’s a delicious creation that will up your breakfast game.
- Cranberry Almond Baked French Toast
This baked cranberry almond French toast is sweet and made with fresh cranberries and sliced almonds, with a hint of almond in the batter. Topped with a light glaze and freshly whipped cream.
- Strawberries and Cream Stuffed French Toast
Light and fluffy pumpkin french toast stick coated in cinnamon sugar. They’re super fun to eat and they taste like churros!
Healthy French Toasts Can Be Flavorful
- Matcha French Toast
This Matcha French Toast is fluffy on the inside and buttery and crispy on the outside, with a flavor punch of green tea and honey.
All of these French Toast Recipes may be stored in an airtight container, in the refrigerator, for up to 2 days. French Toast Recipes may be frozen for up to 30 days.
These French toast recipes will taste the most delicious when they are consumed at the time of preparation. These recipes may be reheated by taste preference in the microwave, skillet, oven, etc.