8 Interesting French Toast Recipes You Need to Try

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Feb 15, 2016 12:00 PM EST

16th June 1954: A toasting fork and a piece of toast. (Photo : Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)

If you're a fan of having French toast every morning or any time of the day and looking for new ones to try, we have 8 interesting recipes you can make.

1.) Whole-gran cinnamon raisin French toast with berries

While cinnamon French toast is not a new thing, why not healthy-fy it? This recipe from PopSugar makes use of a specific type of cinnamon raisin bread. If you don't have it, it's perfectly okay to use a substitute. Instead of sugar, this recipe uses Splenda but you can use other sugar substitutes too.

2.) Ciabatta French toast with warm apple maple syrup

Fancy it up with this French toast from My Recipes that makes use of ciabatta bread and Gruyere cheese. Transform a simple morning breakfast into a luxurious meal that's added with apples, pecans and maple syrup.

3.) Banana-nut French toast

Too much day-old brioche or challah bread in your pantry? French toast it with this recipe from Martha Stewart. As it turns out, bananas and walnuts go well together so prepare to be blown away when you try out this recipe.

4.) Strawberry and cream stuffed French toast

This recipe from Today is a meal best served for two. It's a perfect dish to surprise your loved one as you can shape the French toast in hearts or basically any way you want it. The blog recommends Fontina cheese for a nutty flavor or Brie but you can also use cream cheese or fresh goat cheese.

5.) Creme brulee French toast

Creme brulee is a rich decadent dessert on its own and this recipe from Epicurious puts the flavors that's wonderful for French toast. You can use country-style bread, baguette or challah. It's hard to go wrong with this recipe.

6.) French toast roll-ups

French toast can be a little heavy to handle especially when you want it to have on the go. This recipe from The Baker Mama, takes care of that by having them easy-to-handle roll ups that you can eat with your hands instead of a fork and knife. You can use any syrup you like too.

7.) Cannoli stuffed French toast

If you like having Cannoli for dessert, having it for breakfast in French toast is a whole new experience. If you can handle splurging once in a while, this recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod will show you how to make it. This recipe is recommended for special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.

8.) Nutella-stuffed French toast

Who doesn't like Nutella? This recipe from Living Locurto takes the yummy hazelnut goodness of Nutella and stuff it in two pieces of bread and topped off with whipped cream and strawberries or any fruit that's in season.


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