French Toast

It's amazing how bread, eggs and milk can transform into this amazingly delicious brunch option. And French toast can take on many forms: try it stuffed, with variations on the bread type or as a sandwich. Chef Zoe Nathan likes to make hers out of brioche to give the toast a decadent, custard-like texture. She tops each piece with tart cranberry sauce as a great alternative to the typical maple syrup. Try out your own experimental toppings and use the recipe in Food & Wine's guide as a starting point. There's no end to the way you can flavor your French toast.

Cannabis-Infused Brioche French Toast

Editor’s Note: This recipe has been modified from the version developed by Jessica Koslow to include cannabutter instead of regular butter. You’ll find the original non-cannabis recipe here.   Jessica Koslow started making jam in Los Angeles and soon developed such a huge following that she had to expand her business; thus, Sqirl was born. This recipe is just one of the showcases for jam you’ll find there. Slideshow: More French Toast Recipes
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Vegan French Toast

For our vegan French toast, we dip slices of day-old sourdough in a rich, thick batter of almond creamer, flour, ground flax, maple syrup and brown sugar instead of the usual milk and egg. The inside of this French toast is not as custardy as the conventional kind, but the batter creates a sweet, golden-brown crust that we love. We top our vegan French toast with lots of maple syrup and sliced bananas, but it would be equally good with fresh berries or your favorite jam. Slideshow: More French Toast Recipes
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Jam-Stuffed Brioche French Toast

Jessica Koslow started making jam in Los Angeles and soon developed such a huge following that she had to expand her business; thus, Sqirl was born. This recipe is just one of the showcases for jam you’ll find there. Slideshow: More French Toast Recipes
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Classic French Toast

Tina Ujlaki likes French toast only when it's piping hot, so she browns the egg–soaked slices quickly on the stove and then finish cooking them all at the same time in the oven. You could certainly cook them all the way through in the skillet, too. If you like, you can vary the basic custard mixture by adding flavorings—cinnamon or cinnamon sugar, vanilla, nutmeg, orange zest or maple syrup.    More Brunch Ideas  
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Brioche French Toast Stuffed with Apple, Raisins and Pecans

Chef Way At Bluestem, Megan Garrelts stuffs her French toast with more than 10 ingredients. Easy Way The home version of Bluestem's French toast has just pecans, applesauce and raisins in the filling.    More Great Breakfast Recipes  
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Almond-Butter-and-Jelly French Toast

This fluffy, nutty breakfast is a playful, delicious mash-up of French toast and PB&J. Instead of peanut butter, it’s made with almond butter. Slideshow: Kid-Friendly Brunch Recipes
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French Toast

Sweet and savory recipes, including ham and gruyère french toast sandwiches and brioche french toast with fresh berry compote.
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