Doughnut Style French Toast

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Doughnuts.  We all know I love doughnuts from this post.  I really love donuts/doughnuts whatever.

I love bread and pastries in general, carbaholic.  So it’s no surprise that I love french toast too 🙂

Wake up and get a whiff of this recipe!  Doughnut style french toast!

Eggy bread with cinnamon and vanilla and then drenched in cinnamon and sugar!

  A traditional breakfast food, but I say you can eat this any time of the day!

 

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Beat two eggs with vanilla in a wide shallow dish.  Cut your bread in half and soak it in the eggy mixture.

Heat the butter and oil in a skillet and cook the eggy bread until golden on both sides. 

Mmm, can’t you smell it now!

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So you are asking what makes this french toast light a doughnut?

Well after it’s done browning in the skillet you completely cover the pieces in cinnamon and sugar, just like a cinnamon and sugar coated doughnut!

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Doughnut Style French Toast

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3 slices of wheat bread, cut in half
  • 1/2 Tbsp. butter, plus a drop of oil, for cooking
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon

Directions:

Beat the eggs with the milk and vanilla in a wide shallow bowl or tupperware.

Soak the bread halves in the eggy mixture for 5 minutes a side.

Heat the butter and oil in a frying pan/skillet, cook the egg-soaked bread until golden and browned in parts on both sides.

Put the cinnamon and sugar into a tupperware (big enough for the bread slices) and mix.  Add the pieces of french toast one at a time and completely coat the cooked bread until coated like a sugared doughnut!

Serve warm.  May drizzle with syrup.

I changed the recipe up from this original one.

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SWEET GOODNESS!

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Drizzle with a little syrup and VOILA!  A party in my mouth!

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This would also be great made with cinnamon bread!~

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Do you think I ate the last bite? Are you crazy?!

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A very decadent way of making a traditional breakfast dish~  I’ll definitely be making this again soon~

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Do you ever branch out and make things like this for breakfast?

 

What is one of your breakfast indulgences?

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45 Responses to Doughnut Style French Toast

  1. lindsay says:

    I smell that all the way from TX!! HEAVEN!

  2. A Tablespoon of Liz says:

    This sounds amazing! When I first read the post title I thought you were using actual donuts… but this is even better!

  3. Oh. My. God. That looks amazing and I want to try it soon. Ah-I have been failing at my french toast addiction lately.

  4. French Toast + Doughnuts all in one = pure genius! 😀 Tese sound AMAZING! 😀 Yes, I love to try out new things for breakfast, especially different kinds of french toast! 🙂

  5. Jenny says:

    Omg I think I wanna come over to your house for breakfast! 😀 I can’t remember the last time I had a donut so this is really tempting 😉

  6. surlykitchen says:

    i LOVE french toast and this sounds fantastic. i bet a splash of bourbon would be a wonderful addition. i don’t know why i always want to add liquor to everything

  7. Brenda says:

    OMG, girl! I think I love you. That looks amazing. I must try it during Spring break when my daughters are home from college b/c they love French toast.

  8. Ok, this looks really really good. I would never have thought of it too! Cinnamon sugar is delicious on anything 🙂

  9. I love super sweet breakfasts!! Using doughnuts in French toast is such a fun idea!!

  10. This looks soooo soooooo good! I could neve eat it … just because I would get super addicted to it and crave it daily! and that would mean a chubby nutritionist… haha! I’m passing this on to my friends for sure! everyone would looove this! ❤

    xoxo

  11. I’ve been a fan of donut-style French toast since I saw Nigella Lawson make some on her program. Yours looks so delicious!

  12. Lord have mercy! Can I live with you?!

  13. um new recipe name… melt in mouth goodness drool style french toast?

  14. Kathleen says:

    I cannot remember the last time I had French Toast and may need to re-visit it this upcoming weekend. This looks delicious. I always chicken out on the weekends and make eggs instead. A sweet and savory breakfast next weekend is going to happen. 🙂

  15. simplyshaka says:

    I love donut anything so yeaaaaaaah, I would be all over this!

    I rarely have bread at home or it’s in the freezer and I never remember to let it sit out overnight to stale. Boo. If I do do sweet breakfasts, it’s usually oats. I love pancakes but don’t have a griddle so it’s a little difficult to make.

  16. DUH! Of course I would make this… I love sweet breakfasts, they’re my favorite!! You know this is right up my alley 🙂

  17. So you’re a genius, incidentally. taht looks amazing!


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  18. claire says:

    looks amazing!! thanks for sharing

  19. Instead of jumping on the treadmill you’re making me want to go make these!

  20. Those look so good!

    I once dipped my french toast in crushed macademia nuts (after the batter) and then topped with fresh strawberries–mmm mmm!

  21. Suzanne says:

    OH MY GOODNESS! My mouth is watering! I will be making this tonight!

  22. I’ve never made anything like this, specifically, but I do love a decadent breakfast once in awhile!

  23. BrittFit says:

    JUST LETTING YOU KNOW.. I gave you the versatile blogger award! 🙂 🙂

  24. Angela says:

    Holy yummmmm! This looks amazing!! I have to try it!

  25. This is just a sin. It’s like the baked sugar donuts. But better.

  26. Euniece says:

    WOW THIS LOOKS INCREDIBLE!

  27. Olivia says:

    This looks soooo good! Seriously, doughnut french toast!?! THAT IS GENIUS!! love love love it and I already eat french toast everyday haha no joke, so I’m defs. trying this soon! thanks:)

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