Brioche French Toast
The brioche is so light, it’s like a cloud! The perfect way to top your french toast Brioche French Toast Enjoy a home-style restaurant breakfast with maple syrup, butter and generous amounts of the sweet stuff.
Why You’ll Love This Brioche French Toast Recipe
- Brioche Is Special. Brioche and its close cousin challah are enriched breads, which means they’re made with added butter or oil, sugar, and eggs. This gives them a richer flavor, yet the texture is bewitchingly fluffy and pillowy—and this creates an irresistible, melt-in-your-mouth French toast.
- No-Wait French Toast. When I want a hands-off brunch for a special occasion (or breakFasten your seatbelts for a lazy weekend morning spent schlepping around the house in slippers and PJs), Baked French Toast Casserole and Overnight French Toast are my jam. But if you didin’t plan ahead or want breakfast on the table fastA classic French toast like this brioche French Toast is on the rise.
- Easy to Use. Even though you have to stand in front of the stove to make your brioche French bread, it is still a simple recipe that requires very little preparation time. Whip together the custard and dip the bread in it. Then, place it on the…