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10 Delicious Ways to Make French Toast

10 Delicious & Easy French Toast Recipes
On a weekend morning when you have a little time on your hands, few things are better than a plate of french toast and a cup of coffee. While maple syrup and butter are the most common accompaniments to this delicious, simple breakfast, french toast can be a dish that’s open to lots of experimentation. Since its main element, bread, doesn’t have a strong flavor, it can work with just about any ingredients you feel like adding. Here are 10 delicious variations on french toast that you and your family will be glad you made.

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  • Sour Cream Orange French Toast 1 of 10
    Sour Cream Orange French Toast
    The sweetness of maple syrup, the brightness of citrus, and the tang of sour cream combine to form a beautiful harmony of tastes in this fun french toast recipe.
    Make sour cream french toast with orange
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Blood Orange French Toast 2 of 10
    Blood Orange French Toast
    With their striking blend of sweetness and tartness, blood oranges make nearly every sweet dish a little more intriguing. This blood orange french toast is no exception.
    Make blood orange french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Strawberry Baked French Toast 3 of 10
    Strawberry Baked French Toast
    Baked french toast is a wonderful variation on a classic that yields a dish somewhere between regular french toast and bread pudding. And with strawberry season upon us, you'll be able to add a wonderful burst of spring flavor.
    Make strawberry baked french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Boozy French Toast Cups 4 of 10
    Boozy French Toast Cups
    French toast is a great family breakfast, but as the boozy french toast cups demonstrate, it's also a great breakfast when you're just cooking for the grownups.
    Make boozy french toast cups
    Image: Angie McGowan
  • Vanilla Bean Lemon French Toast 5 of 10
    Vanilla Bean Lemon French Toast
    Nothing compares with the flavor of real vanilla beans. This french toast recipe showcases their wonderful, sweet complexity and includes a little lemon for contrast.
    Make vanilla lemon french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Waffled French Toast 6 of 10
    Waffled French Toast
    Waffled french toast may seem a little strange, but the divots created by your waffle iron hold the syrup well, making it ideal for times when you're trying not to make a mess like breakfast in bed.
    Make waffled french toast
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Grapefruit French Toast with Star Anise 7 of 10
    Grapefruit French Toast with Star Anise
    Grapefruit and star anise lend this french toast recipe some unexpected and sophisticated flavors.
    Make grapefruit french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Cinnamon French Toast 8 of 10
    Cinnamon French Toast
    Cinnamon just makes everything feel cozier. Try this recipe on a rainy day.
    Make cinnamon french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • French Toastlettes 9 of 10
    French Toastlettes
    If there's one drawback to french toast, it's that it can be a little time consuming for a busy morning. Luckily these french toastlettes can be whipped up in a jiffy.
    Make quick french toastlettes
    Image: Kelsey Banfield
  • Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast 10 of 10
    Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast
    Apple and cinnamon were made for one another. Add them to french toast and you've got something really special.
    Make apple cinnamon baked french toast
    Image: Brooklyn Supper

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