Easy French Toast Waffles Recipe
French toast cooked in a waffle iron creates the best of both worlds in this breakfast mashup of everyone's two favorite sweet starts to the day.
The custardy richness of French toast with waffle's crispy ridges is a match made in breakfast heaven. Here's how to make French toast in your waffle iron. Get the recipe, how-to-tips, and recipe video.
Tired of plain old waffles? Do you love French toast, but don't like the hassle? Then try this recipe that combines the ease of waffles with the taste of French toast!
Ive been making this for my kids for several years, the only prob is it makes a mess of your waffle iron which can be a chore to clean opposed to a fry pans easy clean up. My original choice for bread is 1-2 day old baguette which is too hard for sandwiches, it really helps the egg absorption if its a bit dried out- but not rock solid which just makes a bloody mess when you cut it- in the requisite 3/4" slices, fitting 2 together on each waffle section.
This was a huge hit in our house. The flavor was great and it was super easy. I used Texas toast for the bread. We liked how it was crispy but still soft. I will be using this method from now on for french toast. Also they freeze well this way to pop in the toaster for breakfast on another day.
This was a hit in my house! I've used half and half instead of milk as suggested by some as well as heavy whipping cream and a dash of cinnamon. Also made some with egg beaters for someone who can't eat eggs! I did find the French brioche bread...delish!
All you need is sliced bread, eggs, milk, and a few spices to make the best French toast for a quick and easy breakfast.