French Toast Casseroles
Everyone loves French toast, so when you're feeding a crowd, make that breakfast and brunch treat ahead with a one-dish, French toast casserole. Pass the syrup and watch the French toast casserole disappear at your next breakfast or brunch.See Popular French Toast Casseroles Recipes
Tempting cinnamon bread is soaked in a custard overnight, ready to be baked for a perfect brunch dish.
Inspired by the Cinnamon Toast Crunch shot, this well-balanced dessert cocktail has equal parts spicy, powerful Fireball and creamy, cool RumChata.
Top this no-fail Vanilla French Toast with some fresh strawberries for a sweet brunch that is a taste of spring.
65% fewer calories, 84% less fat, 84% less sat fat than the original recipe. Check out this skinnier take on a brunch favorite.
This heart healthy, make-ahead breakfast entree is baked with a crunchy topping and sweetened with fresh strawberries.
The perfect breakfast dish to make for your mom on Mother's Day or any day.
French toast is a brunch staple and only takes a few minutes to prepare and serve.The variety of toppings is endless and allows you to personalize each plate!
Sometimes the simple things can seem the most indulgent. Such is the case with French toast--delectably battered and lightly fried slices of bread, dripping in maple syrup, served with a side of fresh fruit and a warm mug of coffee. It's the kind of meal that could just as well come from a fancy restaurant brunch, but can seem like even more of a treat when enjoyed in your own fuzzy slippers. Lucky for you, it's easy to learn how to make French toast.
You don't often say "France" and "superheroes" in the same breath (or maybe you do!), but French toast really does come to the rescue -- of otherwise-useless stale bread. It has evolved into a Sunday-morning staple, yet making your homemade version as good as your local brunch emporium's is not as easy as it should be.
Robots have been fascinating kids for generations, of course. Today those of us who grew up watching the antics of R2-D2 and C3PO on Star Wars see our own kids equally delighted by the likes of WALL-E. This little fella may look a bit old-fashioned compared to the 'bots that CGI animation has brought to our movie screens today, and though he may not be able to turn into a semi-truck, I guarantee that he tastes better than a bite of Optimus Prime!
Cream cheese is the secret ingredient in this blueberry breakfast casserole.
Frosty mornings fairly cry out for a good French toast recipe. You may have to content yourself with cold cereal and a container of yogurt for breakfast during the busy workweek, but come a chilly winter's weekend, there's no reason not to take things a bit slower. Pancakes are good; waffles even better.
Stuffed French Toast goes sweet in a Croque Monsieur variation or savory a la Croque Madame for your next brunch.
This baked apple-cinnamon French toast can be prepared in advance and then simply popped in the oven for a leisurely and luxurious weekend morning. By using nonfat instead of whole milk and eliminating the egg yolks, the calories are cut by half and the fat is reduced by nearly 80 percent in our griddle-free version.
As romantic as Valentine's Day can be, it can also be predictable: Everyone celebrates with a fancy romantic dinner (check out our great Valentine's Day dinner recipes). And that's great, but ... This year, show your sweetheart just how romantic you can be by kicking off Cupid's Day with an opulent Valentine's Day brunch -- or even better, breakfast, because nothing says "I love you" like indulgent French toast on Valentine's Day morning.
If there's a dish more decadent than this Creme Brulee French Toast, we can't imagine what it could be. Sweet, rich and utterly delicious, this special breakfast (or brunch ... or dessert!)
Anything Goes with The Anything Frittata. Okay, it's true that a lot of things do go with this amazingly satisfying, super-easy skillet of an egg dish -- a simple green salad, a nice loaf of French or Italian bread, maybe even a side of toast or some blueberry muffins. But that isn't really the point; I just couldn't resist pairing the famous Cole Porter song with the name of the recipe.