French Toast

French toast, despite its name, is an American breakfast or brunch classic. Try creative variations on French toast for breakfast or brunch, or whip up a classic for any weekday morning.

Berry-Nut French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

Crushed cereal makes a sweet and crunchy topping for this favorite breakfast.

French Toast Gets Dilly

Better Homes and Gardens

This savory French toast is perfect for brunch or served at dinner with a slice of ham.

Granola French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

A granola coating adds crunch to this breakfast favorite, which is topped with a sweet yogurt sauce.

Total: 40 mins

Blueberry Waffle Cups

Diabetic Living

You'll savor every bite of this breakfast-in-a-cup that features blueberries, bacon, waffles, and eggs.

Parmesan French Toast with Roasted Fennel and Tomato Salad

Midwest Living

This savory French toast will make you rethink your definition of "breakfast." A honey-dressed salad tops the Parmesan-hinted pastries.

Stuffed French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

In France this breakfast is pain perdu, which, loosely translated, means lost bread or French toast. This recipe is a good way to serve day-old breads.

Total: 30 mins

French Toast with Pears

Better Homes and Gardens

This breakfast casserole recipe can be made 24 hours ahead, then baked until edges are puffed and golden.

Warm Pear French Toast Sundae

Better Homes and Gardens

French toast for dessert? You bet! Serve the breakfast favorite with a golden pear sauce and a scoop of ice cream.

Total: 25 mins

Vanilla French Toast / $.97

Better Homes and Gardens

Warm and sweet, with just a hint of spice, this is the French toast recipe every home cook should (and can!) master. Try topping your dish with your favorite berries and/or nuts. Bananas and walnuts, or strawberries and toasted almonds are both fantastic combinations.

Caramel Apple Baked French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

This casserole-style French toast will bring everyone to the table for breakfast or dessert if you add ice cream.

Nuts About French Toast

Midwest Living

Vanilla French Toast

Family Circle

Savory French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

This baked breakfast or brunch recipe has a layer of cream cheese filling sandwiched between two slices of French toast. If desired, serve with a fruit or maple syrup.

No-Fry French Toast

Better Homes and Gardens

Baking instead of frying French toast makes this breakfast favorite a hearty and healthy way to start your day.

French Toast  Recipes: Take your pick!
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