National French Toast Day – French Toast Recipe

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Happy National French Toast Day!

While I don’t know the origin of National French Toast Day, any day that requires that we cook and eat french toast is a good day for me.

In honor of National French Toast Day, I’m sharing my very special french toast recipe with all of you.  This recipe is a favorite in my house and will definitely be a favorite in yours! Feel free to adjust the spices to your liking. We tend to sprinkle on a little extra cinnamon in our house.  While any bread will work, we’ve found that a thick cut challah bread produces the yummiest results.

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Challah French Toast


Description

Challah French Toast with an incredible rich, cinammon and nutmeg flavor that your family will love.


Ingredients

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  • 6 slices challah (egg bread) (sliced thick)
  • 2 eggs
  • ⅔ cup milk
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • ½ tsp ground nutmeg
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • salt (pinch)
  • powdered sugar (to taste)
  • maple syrup (to taste)
  • butter or oil

Instructions

  1. Combine eggs, milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt and vanilla and beat until mixed well.
  2. Lightly oil or butter a skillet or griddle and heat to medium-high.
  3. Dunk each slice of bread in egg mixture, soaking both sides.
  4. Place in pan, sprinkle cinnamon (optional) and cook on both sides until golden.
  5. Top with fresh fruit, powdered sugar and/or maple syrup and serve hot.
  • Category: Breakfast

Try it with a side of homemade zucchini bacon!

I’d like to thank FrenchToast.com for providing all of the ingredients! Last week, I received a box with a bowl, maple syrup, vanilla and cinnamon. How cool is that?! It was an awesome surprise and our bellies are grateful!

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Do you have a favorite french toast recipe or have a twist on this one? Comment below and share!

This challah french toast is not only crispy and delicious, but is a family favorite in our home.

 

 

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  1. I didn’t know that there’s an existing National French Toast Day, we always have french toast–almost everyday haha

  2. French Toast is my weakness. I remember my then “future hubby” made these on our second date because he knew I loved them so much! That was over 20 years ago.

  3. French toast is one of my favorite breakfast meals, it’s easy to make and delicious.

  4. I love french toast! This is one of my favorite breakfast foods. We also like to do big family brunches and include french toast. We make ours very similiar.

  5. Ooh it has been a while since I have had French Toast! I loved it as a kid, and used to call it eggy bread aha. This looks delish!

  6. My daughter mentioned having French toast at her friends. I’m sure she’d love this version too.

  7. This post got me craving for French Toast, good thing my pantryis ready for recipes like this.

  8. Hear me out…if you’re a fan of eggnog replace the milk with it and boom holiday party in your mouth. Also a bit of rum mixed in never hurt 😅 #brunchvibes

  9. How did I not know this! Ha! I love French toast but I never order it. I wonder why that is?

  10. Mmm, these look so darn good. French toast is my absolute fave breakfast or brunch.

  11. Ooh, I love french toast and this recipe looks soo good! I’ve never tried adding cinnamon or nutmeg before. 🙂

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  13. Oh man, I missed celebrating the National French Toast Day. 🙂 I love a good french toast. Will try your recipe soon.

  14. I didn’t even know that there is French Toast Day and the french toast website. I’ll definitely share this link to my friend who loves french toast!

  15. Who knew there was a National French Toast Day?? I LOVE French toast and now I need to make it…LOL!!

  16. Didn’t know French Toast was the name of a school uniform brand. Learn something new everyday. Now I’m hungry for some French toast to eat too LOL

  17. National French Toast Day! YES! I love French Toast, but I have a feeling I’m going to love the brand just as much as the breakfast. My kiddos wear a uniform to school and now that we are halfway through the year, they could use a wardrobe refresher.

  18. I love days like that where we celebrate the things we love like French Toast. Now I have to make some! Yum!

  19. This looks so good. French toast is my favorite breakfast food. I haven’t made it in a while, but now I know I need too.

  20. I have never and will never turn down French Toast. I’m definitely going to try your recipe.

  21. I haven’t made homemade French toast in a very long time. It’s one of my favorites! I’ll have to give your recipe a try.

  22. Oh yes indeed french toast is so good with fresh fruit and cinnamon! I love french toast but admit I forget about it and rarely make it! Thanks for the reminder!

  23. We love French toast, either savory, with ham and an egg (think Croque Madame) or sweet (with nutella and whipped cream.) Whatever gets set in front of me, I will eat!

  24. What a great way to celebrate National French Toast Day! I was unaware that it was! I guess some of these wonderful ideas would be great to celebrate a couple of days late!

  25. French toast is my fave breakfast food. I had no idea there was a national day for it. How fun! Totally want french toast tomorrow!!

  26. I had no idea it was French toast day – it’s one of my favorite breakfast items! Love the fact that your recipe includes cinnamon… really adds a kick of flavor!

  27. How did I not know about this day?! I love french toast. I can’t make enough when I make it. My kids eat it up

  28. There’s a national day for everything. I love french toast, but its been awhile since I’ve eaten it. I think I might have to make this, this weekend!

  29. There is a local restaurant here where I always order the french toast. There is just something about it that is so delicious!