Put your favorite French toast recipe on the back-burner—you’re gonna want to have a go at this entire roundup of mouthwatering breakfast recipes. They’ve taken off on social media in a big, big way (and we can see why).
These itty bitty bites are perfect for dunking in warm maple syrup. A guaranteed hit with the kids.
The light, airy texture of angel food cake makes for a decadent French toast variation. Top with fresh fruit and whipped cream for a breakfast that’s basically dessert.
This recipe pulls out all the stops—the cinnamon-sugar Panko coating makes this recipe crispy, crunchy, and oh-so-delightful.
This variation is designed to be assembled the night before, so all you have to do in the morning is pop it in the oven. Perfect for a house full of brunch guests!
Sometimes it’s good to get back to the basics. Thick-sliced challah or brioche pair best with the custardy batter featured here.
We can’t believe this recipe exists, but we’re sure glad it does. Two slices of French toast with a creamy filling, topped with a decadent chocolate ganache.
You might know this Food Network star for his tough attitude, but his French toast recipe is all sweetness.
For a slightly different take on the traditional, serve your French toast up casserole-style using pre-made cinnamon rolls.
Buzzfeed Tasty series is known for its bite-sized videos. Take 30 seconds to watch how this super-easy (and extra-delicious) French Toast Bake comes together in all of its sweet glory.
This simple French toast recipe pairs perfectly with fresh fruit and maple syrup.
Here’s another recipe that’s walking the fine line between breakfast and dessert. Caramelized brown sugar makes this variation reminiscent of a classic French dessert.
Here’s another French Toast recipe with a helpful tip—letting the bread stay out a few days helps it to absorb the batter easier.
Use half-and-half when creating this French toast batter for an ultra-rich and custardy serving.
Pumpkin’s always in season, if you ask us! Thick slices of bread are dipped in a pumpkin spiced mixture and fried to golden brown perfection.
Those famous rolls have never been sweeter! Use them as the base for French toast for light, fluffy slices that would be perfectly finished with fresh pineapple and coconut syrup.