When I think of brunch recipes, my mind instantly goes to French toast! These French toast recipes range in flavors from blueberry to pumpkin, and everything in between. Your next brunch won’t be complete without one of these recipes!
If you’ve ever wondered how to cook French toast, you’re in luck! From a simple French toast recipe to casseroles and cupcakes, these French toast recipes cover it all!
Traditional French Toast Recipes
Strawberry Stuffed French Toast is made with mascarpone, Dutch honey syrup, fresh strawberries, and buttery brioche, pound cake, or angel food, for a perfectly delicious dish to enjoy for breakfast, or brunch!
Apple Cinnamon French Toast is the perfect breakfast or brunch recipe for fall! This cinnamon french toast will jump start your fall season, and get you ready all that autumn has to offer!
Most French Toast Casseroles are overnight, but this one is ready in just an hour with one simple hack.
If you’re still trying to hold on to summer, this Hummingbird Tropical Coconut French Toast is the way to do it! You can find the recipe here.
This Coconut Apple Caramel French Toast is almost like having dessert for breakfast! It’s one of the nest french toast recipes! You can find the recipe here.
This sweet, salty, creamy and crispy Apple Maple Bacon Stuffed Cinnamon Raisin French Toast makes a breakfast extra special. It is perfect for a weekend or holiday brunch! You can find the recipe here.
This Cinnamon Banana Croissant French Toast features thick slices of flaky, buttery croissants that are sprinkled with a cinnamon mixture and topped with caramelized bananas. Simple, fresh, and bursting with rich flavor! You can find the recipe here.
This Cranberry Orange French Toast is an easy breakfast recipe that is a little sweet and a little tart! You can find the recipe here.
This Brioche French Toast is one of the best ever french toast recipes! Top this 10 minutes French toast with cinnamon, sugar, and fresh fruits for a perfect start into your day. You can find the recipe here.
This recipe takes the classic french toast and puts a pumpkin twist on it! The perfect breakfast for a fall morning! You can find the recipe here.
Unique French Toast Recipes
This Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll French Toast Casserole is full of fall flavor and warm spices. Only 5 ingredients and it’s ready in under 45 minutes! You can find the recipe here.
This easy Oven-Baked Caramel French Toast Casserole is filled with crusty french bread soaked in sweet creamy caramel and then baked in a decadent and dreamy custard sauce! You can find the recipe here.
This Overnight Blueberry French Toast Casserole is the perfect way to start your day. Throw it together the night before and bake it in the morning! You can find the recipe here.
Lemon Pound Cake French Toast Skewers take a delicious lemon pound cake and turn it into an amazing french toast! This is an easy brunch recipe or just a fun way to serve french toast for Sunday breakfast! You can find the recipe here.
These Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Muffins are a fun twist on the classic french toast recipes! You can find the recipe here.
A fun twist on a breakfast classic, cinnamon roll French toast with a cream cheese glaze perfectly uses up leftover cinnamon rolls. Perfect for a weekend brunch! You can find the recipe here.
Looking for the perfect make-ahead brunch dish to serve to a crowd? This Raspberry Coconut French Toast Casserole will ensure you have something fabulous to wake up to! You can find the recipe here.
These French Toast BLTs will give you a reason to get out of bed in the morning! Made with challah or brioche french toast, crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a fried egg, be sure to drizzle plenty of maple syrup over the top before serving! You can find the recipe here.
Overnight breakfasts are a must when it comes to the holidays, and this Overnight Eggnog French Toast Casserole is the best! You can find the recipe here.
And if you’re still craving french toast but it’s time for dessert, these French Toast Cupcakes will tide you over until breakfast! You can find the recipe here.