The most delightful weekend kind of breakfast: sour cream french toast with brown sugar peaches. Thick slices of brioche bread dipped into a rich vanilla egg mixture, cooked in hot butter until golden brown, and then baked until cooked through. The toast is topped with intoxicating caramelized brown sugar peaches (plus all of that peach-infused syrup) and a simple sour cream topping. Tangy, sweet, buttery, indulgent…this is one of those very special recipes that is worth every single bite. Continue reading “Sour Cream French Toast with Brown Sugar Peaches”
An extra decadent, yet really simple pumpkin french toast recipe with spiced pecan syrup generously drizzled over top! Infused with warm spices and intoxicating maple, plus I’m using brioche bread for a buttery, rich bite to every piece of toast. It’s the perfect breakfast for any upcoming holiday or just for a cozy weekend brunch at home. Continue reading “Pumpkin French Toast with Spiced Pecan Syrup”
Keeping our weekend brunch sweet & exciting with this sourdough french toast. Thick pieces of sourdough bread soaked in a simple egg custard, cooked on a hot griddle in melted butter until golden, and topped with sweet ricotta & syrupy cherries. It’s a lazy day summer breakfast that is both seasonal & extremely comforting.
Is there anything better than a sweet, warm, comforting breakfast to start a lazy weekend morning!? This baked blueberry french toast is seriously too good to be true. Easy, crowd-pleasing, and intoxicatingly delicious.
I think one of the best parts of the holiday season is breakfast. Breakfast is something that’s pretty routine for most people. Sometimes it’s rushed. Sometimes it’s a piece of fruit. Sometimes it gets skipped altogether. But special occasions like Christmas and New Years (and all those days in between the two) give us the best excuse to go all out for breakfast, and make something special like this panettone French toast with orange cream.