I always feel like Thanksgiving morning deserves some sort of special attention. Most years, the kids roll out of bed and I’ve been up cooking for hours. I toss a handful of cereal into their mouths and make them hold tight on eating until the dinner hour arrives. Not because I have a problem with them eating a holiday breakfast, but because the morning just gets so busy and I sometimes forget to set out proper food. This year, I thought I’d try to serve up a beautiful Baked French Toast first thing the morning. All the preparation can be done the night before, with the French Toast baking in the morning and ready to be served by the time the kids start stirring. The only problem now? Trying to decide which of these beautiful recipes to make.
Eggnog Baked French Toast 1 of 8Grab some egg nog, mix it into a flavorful french toast, and be glad it's almost time to call the troopsi n for breakfast!
Get the recipe for Eggnog Baked French Toast
photo: Julie Van Rosendaal
Cinnamon Roll Baked French Toast 2 of 8Shaina Olmanson of Food For My Family turns cinnamon rolls into this Baked French Toast recipe. A truly irresistible brekkie!
Get the recipe from Cinnamon Roll Baked French Toast
photo: Shaina Olmanson
Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast 3 of 8There's something warm and comforting and perfectly perfect about apples and cinnamon. Toss those two flavors into this recipe for French Toast, and you've got a breakfast that is truly out of this world!
Get the recipe for Apple Cinnamon Baked French Toast
photo: Brooklyn Supper
Cinnamon Croissant French Toast 4 of 8If you've never turned croissants into French Toast, then you're three seconds away from changing your life. This recipe for tender, flaky Croissant Baked French Toast is as good as a morning meal can get.
Get the recipe from Pinch of Yum
Banana Chocolate-Chip French Toast 5 of 8Banana. Chocolate Chip. French Toast. Need we say more?
Get the recipe from Foodie Crush
French Toast Souffle 6 of 8Want a slice of light, fluffy French Toast Souffle? Of course you do! You're just minutes away from digging a fork right into it with this beautiful, foolproof recipe.
Get the recipe from Taste and Tell Blog
Baked Pumpkin French Toast 7 of 8Baked Pumpkin French Toast is a beautiful melding of incredible flavors. Drizzled with maple syrup, you may never want to eat anything else for breakfast again!
Get the recipe from Inspired Taste
Baked Blueberry French Toast 8 of 8Blueberries and French Toast go together like Elizabeth Taylor and diamonds. Utter perfection. And this recipe does it all just right. Get the recipe from
Easy Everyday Eats