New Ways to Look at French Toast

Do you enjoy French toast for breakfast? Maybe you’re up for French toast any time of the day. Well, if you normally make French toast using a traditional recipe, you may want to consider putting a few fun twists on the usual. Look at three ideas for making your French toast even more appealing.

Pumpkin Flavor

If you like pumpkin, then try adding it to your French toast recipe. Instead of simply dipping your bread into a dish of egg and milk, add some pumpkin puree to the mixture. After cooking your French toast on the stove, sprinkle it with some pumpkin spice instead of cinnamon. This is a great treat served with a few drizzles of the best grade B maple syrup from BLiS.

A Chocolate Twist

Chocolate can play a little or big part in your traditional recipe for French toast. You can make your traditional recipe and sprinkle the finished product with mini chocolate chips for extra zing. Another option is to use chocolate milk instead of white milk in your basic mixture. This is a great idea for a party or a brunch celebrating a holiday or other special occasion.

French Toast with Ham

You don’t have to leave the lunchmeat out of your French toast recipe. After making several slices of traditional French toast, place a few slices of ham on top of each piece. You can even melt a slice of cheese on top of the ham. So, you get the best of both worlds with a French toast and ham sandwich combo! Add the best grade B maple syrup for an additional kick.

Finally, the best thing about French toast is you can have it the traditional way with a twist or you can completely redo the recipe and start a new tradition.

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