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Sugar Cookie French Toast. Bring an extra special breakfast to the table with this super simple recipe. Coffee creamer is used in place of milk giving this French toast an extra special flavor.
It is NOVEMBER people!! Do you know what that means? I have officially received the green light from my hubby to start making all of my favorite holiday inspired recipes AND this super easy recipe was the top of my list!
Sugar Cookie French Toast
Sugar cookies are a staple around this house from November to January. I count down the days to when Sugar Cookie Coffee Creamer hits the shelves. Those seasonal flavors warm up my cup of Joe every single day, but did you know you can use them in recipes too?
No joke. We are always switching up our pancakes, waffles, and French toasts by swapping milk/cream with our coffee creamer favorites. It adds a whole new level of taste that sends your taste buds into overdrive but most importantly gets the stamp of approval from picky children!
Just cruise to the creamer section of your grocery store and pick up your favorite seasonal creamer flavor, eggs, and bread. Now you are ready to make a holiday breakfast the entire family will love!
Did I mention this breakfast recipe only uses three ingredients?
Sugar cookie french toast ingredients:
- Eggs – I like to use large eggs in all of my recipes.
- Sugar cookie creamer – You could easily substitute this with any creamer flavor.
- Bread – Try to get a thick slice bread. We let ours sit for a day or two before using. Day old bread soaks the custard base better giving you the ultimate french toast.
NOTE: We have also added a dash of almond and vanilla extract to this recipe to boost the flavor. Orange zest is another favorite addition!
How to make sugar cookie flavored french toast:
Heat a skillet over medium heat. Spread with melted butter.
Whisk together your eggs and creamer. Dip each slice of bread in your egg mixture making sure to coat both the front and back.
Place on your warmed pan and cook on each side for 2-3 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm with whipped cream or syrup.
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