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Maple French Toast Recipe

This Maple French Toast recipe is perfect for an easy weekend breakfast. The maple flavoring makes this french toast a special treat!

Sometimes, I just get in the mood for a fancy breakfast. I suppose there are different levels of “fancy” for different people, but anything more intensive than cereal or yogurt counts as a fancy breakfast to me.

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

And, you know, adding maple flavoring to just about anything makes it pretty special, so I did just that.

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

I had a loaf of French bread leftover from the French bread pizza I made the other night and all of the other ingredients were in the house as well, which also made this a fast and easy breakfast (but still fancy).

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

I tried it both with and without syrup and both ways are entirely delicious.

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

The verdict:
Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

I will definitely be adding this to my favorite breakfast recipes.

All things maple. <3

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

Maple French Toast Recipe : So Very Blessed

Maple French Toast

Yield: 8

This Maple French Toast recipe is perfect for an easy weekend breakfast. The maple flavoring makes this french toast a special treat!

Ingredients

  • 8 slices of French bread
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 Tbs sugar
  • 1/2 tsp maple flavoring (I use Mapleine! Love the stuff!)

Instructions

  1. Preheat griddle to 325 degrees.
  2. Whisk together eggs, milk, sugar, and maple flavoring with a fork.
  3. Dip one piece of French bread into the egg mixture at a time, letting each side soak for a few seconds.
  4. Grease griddle, if it is not non-stick.
  5. Place dipped French bread onto heated griddle.
  6. Cook for 3-5 minutes per side, or until browned.

Patty

Thursday 25th of January 2018

Hi Becky . . . Love these recipes. Made the cauliflower soup ? today and had 2 bowls for dinner. My problem is not knowing how much to eat of a good thing. For instance, the French toast. . . How many pieces as the recipe calls for 8 sices of ? bread. Not that I couldn’t enjoy all 8 pieces ?. Just wondering your advice on this. Until the nets are full, Patty

Becky

Thursday 25th of January 2018

Hi Patty. Thank you! I'm so glad you like the recipes! Servings are such a hard thing and I really think appropriate serving sizes vary person to person. I know that sweet breakfasts like this won't keep me full unless I have some protein along with it, so I would be satisfied with one slice (or maybe two if I was really hungry) along with a scrambled egg or some Greek yogurt and fruit. I wouldn't recommend eating only french toast for your meal because then you might need all 8 pieces to feel full!

Becky (So Very Blessed)

Tuesday 1st of May 2012

I hadn't had french toast in a long time, but I recently rediscovered my love for it, too! And my love of maple runs deep, so that was a match made in heaven!

I haven't been a big fan of pumpkin, but pumpkin french toast actually sounds good! I may need to try that one myself!

sweet road

Tuesday 1st of May 2012

I have a new found love for french toast, so your recipe pulled me in! I don't make french toast very often, but I might have to start... I recently tried pumpkin french toast, I may have to try and figure that one out!

Maryam

Wednesday 25th of April 2012

Yummm! I love French Toast! One time I made Zach French Toast out of Great Harvest Cinnamon Swirl Bread and it was to dye for!!! We only got through a couple pieces, it was dense. Great photos, you're making me hungry!!

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