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Eggnog French Toast

Eggnog French Toast on a white plate

Eggnog French Toast is a holiday twist on a plain breakfast. Eggnog truly is the taste of Christmas and making french toast with it is not only delicious but easy. When serving a crowd this is an easy recipe to whip up that will impress your family and friends. Serve this drizzled with Buttermilk Bourbon Syrup and a Peppermint Mocha you will be at rock star status and nobody had to get up at 5 am to cook breakfast. That’s what I’m talking about since I am not a morning person and I do NOTHING before a cup of coffee touches my soul.

Eggnog French Toast on a plate with syrup

Honestly , eggnog comes out before Thanksgiving so this can be enjoyed as soon as you see it hit the shelves. This was actually our Breakfast on Thanksgiving morning. Since my oven was being taken up with a Turkey and dressing , this was the perfect breakfast .

Whisk together your favorite eggnog and eggs .

Whisk in the vanilla , rum extracts, cinnamon and nutmeg. Mix well until everything is incorporated .

Coat two pieces of your favorite bread . I used brioche but Texas Toast , french bread or just about any bread will do.

Eggnog French toast cooking in a pan

Fry in a preheated pan with butter, flipping when brown.

Eggnog French Toast on a plate with syrup and a bite taken out

Drizzle with your favorite syrup but I highly recommend Buttermilk Bourbon Syrup , it is really the perfect festive touch.

Eggnog French Toast

5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Course Breakfast, Christmas
Cuisine American
Servings 5 people
Calories

Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2 cups of eggnog
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/2 teaspoon rum extracts
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 10 slices of Bread I used Brioche
  • Butter for frying bread

Instructions
 

  • In a shallow dish whisk together eggnog and eggs
  • Add vanilla , rum extracts cinnamon and nutmeg and mix well
  • Heat skillet on medium heat and start with a couple tablespoons
  • Coat two pieces of bread with the eggnog mixture on both sides
  • Place in the preheat pan with butter cook one side until browned and flip and cook the other side.
  • Cook two pieces at a time until all ten are cooked, you can even use a griddle and cook multiple pieces at a time
  • Serve with warm syrup, I recommend my Buttermilk Bourbon Syrup

Nutrition

Serving: 2g
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hiimcaren
hiimcaren
4 years ago

OMG, eggnog french toast? What a great idea! I have to make this for my husband this weekend. he LOVES eggnog.

Chef Dennis
4 years ago

I will definitely have this Eggnog French Toast on my plate for breakfast tomorrow! This looks super delicious and I’m sure my wife will love this.

Candice
4 years ago

Oh wow… with my love for eggnog, I knew I had to try these, and WOW. So much yum! They are so delicious, and are officially a regular this holiday season!

Jacque Hastert
Jacque Hastert
4 years ago

This might become a new holiday tradition for my family. We love eggnog and french toast, so combining the two is just what would make us happy!

Eden | Sweet Tea and Thyme

The perfect breakfast dish for Christmas! Pinning for later!

Analida Braeger
Analida Braeger
4 years ago

This is a going on my Christmas brunch menu and my family will love this! Thanks for sharing!

Paula Montenegro
4 years ago

I’m absolutely loving this twist on french toast! So perfect for leftover eggnog that inevitably I have during the holidays. I’m adding this to my make now list! Thanks for sharing.

Jenni
4 years ago

This French toast recipe looks so delicious! Eggnog is one of my all-time favorite holiday flavors so I am jazzed to see it in this delicious brunch recipe.

Shanika @ Orchids + Sweet Tea

French Toast and Eggnog together? Sign me up! This sounds and looks like the perfect combination of flavor!

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Nancy
Nancy
1 year ago

5 stars
I had some day old (several days) sweet rolls that I sliced and used this recipe to make a bread pudding. I then made the bourbon buttermilk syrup. Everyone liked it VERY much. I’m making it again for Christmas morning.