It's no secret that challah bread makes for some amazinggg french toast. With a crisp outer crust and soft, fluffy middle, this is the perfect breakfast recipe for a cozy weekend morning ☀️ If you have a little extra time to prep, then this french toast must be added to your breakfast rotation!
Delicious and easy to make, this breakfast recipe leaves room for versatility! Top with some powdered sugar and pure maple syrup (as I did here) for a more classic-style french toast. Or serve with some vanilla greek yogurt and fresh berries for a fruity vibe with added protein! You really can't go wrong here.
Quick shoutout to my mom for teaching me how to make this delicious plate! I loved this dish growing up, and I'm sure you and your family will love it just as much. Ok… NOW let's breakfast! Keep scrolling for the full step-by-step 😊
Want to see this challah french toast in all its glory? Check out this short reel on my Instagram!
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Easy Breakfast Idea: The Perfect Challah French Toast
With a crisp outer crust and soft, fluffy middle, this challah french toast is the perfect breakfast on a cozy weekend morning! ☀️ Top with some powdered sugar and pure maple syrup (as I did here) for a more classic-style french toast. Or serve with some vanilla greek yogurt and fresh berries for a fruity vibe! You really can't go wrong here.
- Combine milk, eggs, cinnamon, orange juice, maple syrup, and salt in a bowl.
- Slice your challah into about inch-thick slices.
- Soak bread in the mixture, so it's fully covered.
- Add some butter to a pan on medium/low heat .
- Cook soaked bread on the pan for a few minutes on each side (until both sides are a golden brown color).
- Top with your favorite toppings, and enjoy! (I love powdered sugar and pure maple syrup).
- You can find more simple, balanced meal inspo on my Instagram @isabels.plate!!