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National French Toast Day

A French Toast Recipe for Everyone!

November 28th marks National French Toast Day, and as we thought of the best way to celebrate we got stuck because there are so many unique ways to make French toast. There truly is a recipe for everyone in the whole family to enjoy. Check them out below, with our newest recipe for a delicious Egg Nog French Toast.

Our best tip for making French toast is to ask for your loaf sliced thick at our bakeries.


A Festive breakfast

Eggnog French Toast

If you want to really lean into the holiday season, this breakfast recipe is for you! Using our Higher Fibre Loaf, thick sliced of course, we use Egg Nog instead of milk and Egg Nog spices to make this dish extra merry. Check out the recipe here.


A classic

Cinnamon French Toast

There’s a reason classics stay around, because they’re just so good! Our Cinnamon Loaf makes for the perfect French Toast, as you really don’t need to add to much more as the flavour is all in the bread.

Check out the recipe here.


The surprise

If you’re feeling like you want a change in your morning routine, this recipe for a stuffed French toast is the answer. It’s a delicious mix of cheesecake and French toast, without being too sweet.

Check out the recipe here.


A fruity twist

Pomegranate and Chocolate Apricot Delight French Toast

Wow your guests (or yourself) with this beautiful French toast using our Apricot Delight Log. We steer away from the traditional syrup topping to opt for a decadent and crowd-pleasing chocolate drizzle.

Check out the recipe here.


For savoury lovers

Parmesan & Chive French Toast

We were sceptics on this recipe for a savoury French toast at first, but you’ll have to trust us when we say we are officially converted! Seasoning the egg mixture with parmesan and chives, and using our Sunflower Flax Sourdough Loaf is a true recipe for success.

Check out the recipe here.