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Perfect Quick-and-Easy French Toast

This easy recipe should be your go-to for basic French toast, designed for when you wake up in the morning and have a craving for French toast but haven't planned for it in advance. It uses only staples like bread, milk, and eggs, and pantry items like cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg. The key to why it's so delicious and custardy is that the ratio of egg, milk, and sugar strikes the ideal balance—neither too wet and soggy nor too firm and eggy. More

Perfect Quick-and-Easy French Toast

This easy recipe should be your go-to for basic French toast, designed for when you wake up in the morning and have a craving for French toast but haven't planned for it in advance. It uses only staples like bread, milk, and eggs, and pantry items like cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg. The key to why it's so delicious and custardy is that the ratio of egg, milk, and sugar strikes the ideal balance—neither too wet and soggy nor too firm and eggy. More

BLT French Toast

I love savory French toast. And when you combine salty, fried, eggy bread with bacon, tomatoes, and fresh, crunchy shredded romaine, you get a brunch that will set you straight no matter what you got yourself into the night before. More

Sweet Potato Brioche French Toast

There are a lot of steps involved in this recipe for sweet potato French toast with homemade sweet potato brioche, but none of them are hard, and if you've never made brioche be reassured that it's among the easiest of bread doughs. If you can make cake, you can make brioche! More

The Brunch Dish: Sublime Sweet and Savory French Toast at Nopa, San Francisco

The french toast at Nopa is justly famous; as much a custard as a breadstuff, loose and weeping cream as you press your fork in. The secret is a base of eggy pan de mie (soaked in lots of cream), just crisped on the edges and crowned with honey butter. This winter's version is strewn with strands of meyer lemon marmalade; syrup is optional and a little obscene. Even a half order is really more than one person can handle. Instead, go family style, and choose something savory first. More

Sugar Rush: Pain Perdu from Nellcôte

It may not look like French toast, but Nellcôte calls it Pain Perdu ($18 as part of their prix fixe brunch menu). They even take their French chateau concept a step further by topping it with "Crème Chantilly," which is just vanilla-enhanced whipped cream en Français. But they could call this cream bread, and I'd still take every single out-of-towner here for the next 10 years. More

Sunday Brunch: Make Ahead Maple Baked French Toast

Easter brunch is always a big deal. Whether it's lots of family, or a few friends hunting for eggs there is always a lot of last minute rushing around. It's times like this when I think to myself: there has to be a better way to make breakfast for eight than cooking 8 batches of French toast one at a time. Enter French Toast Casserole. This simple baked French toast is perfect for an occasion where putting something into the oven is about all you have time for. You construct the whole thing the night before, then all you've got to do in the morning is preheat the oven, and you're good to go. More

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