Eggy Eggnog French Toast

The following post is a sponsored post for Safest Choice Eggs through Kitchen Play 
however all thoughts and opinions are my own. 
Eggy Eggnog French Toast
Christmas is almost here, and I seriously CANNOT wait! The entire month of December is filled with such a giving, loving and beautiful spirit that I wish December was more than once a year.  With so many of us consumed with purchasing gifts and preparing stunning meals and desserts during the holidays, breakfast can sometimes be overlooked (you won’t do that with this eggy eggnog french toast I warn you!).  
But isn’t breakfast the most important meal of the day?  I definitely think so.  When I saw all of my lovely Safest Choice eggs in my fridge and the seasonal eggnog recipe on their website, I knew a lovely holiday eggy eggnog french toast recipe needed to be added to my to-do list.

Eggy Eggnog French Toast
Between pancakes and waffles, french toast can get lost in the shuffle.  However, eggy eggnog french toast is now my new favorite thing.  After all, French toast is just the perfect comforting breakfast food. I adore the crisp golden brown challah soaked in a flavorful custard and covered in fresh butter and pure maple syrup.  Now that’s breakfast.
So if you are looking for a Christmas morning breakfast that won’t take too much time away from your holiday fun, definitely pick up some Safest Choice eggs and turn to this incredible recipe to start your day the right away.
If you are also excited about getting into the holiday gift season, check out this Facebook promotion from Safest Choice Eggs where you can win some great baking prizes from Sur La Table, Better Homes and Gardens and of course Safest Choice!

 

Eggy Eggnog French Toast
Eggy Eggnog French Toast

Eggy Eggnog French Toast

Ingredients

  • 3 large Safest Choice eggs, beaten
  • 1 1/2 cups eggnog (Try Safest Choice's recipe)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon light rum
  • 1 loaf of day old challah bread, sliced into 1 inch slices
  • Butter, powdered sugar and syrup for serving

Instructions

  1. 1. In a medium sized bowl, whisk together Safest Choice eggs, eggnog, vanilla extract, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg and rum.
  2. 2. Heat a lightly greased skillet or cast iron skillet over the stove
  3. 3. Dip slices one at a time into the egg mixture making sure the mixture soaks into the bread.
  4. 4. Fry the bread slices on each side until golden brown. Remove French toast to a plate, sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve hot with butter and syrup.
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Comments

  1. I don’t even like eggnog all that much but now you have me craving some eggnog french toast! The photos are so tempting. And I agree – breakfast is the best time of the day. It’s an excuse to eat sweet foods and call it a meal. ;)

  2. GIRL! This looks amazing! I don’t even like eggnog but chile… I’m going to have to give this a shot! SistaTV Loves You!

  3. I’ll take French toast over pancakes any day, and I love the seasonal twist in this recipe. Eggnog (um, but really rum!) for the win! :)

  4. I’d love this French toast for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert!

  5. We are SUPER THRILLED about this in my household! Thank you so much! It’s already on the Christmas morning menu, but thinking we need a few trial runs….yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

  6. I’ve never had eggnog frech toast before! This is such a wonderful breakfast during this holiday season! Very good idea and I can’t wait to grab eggnog and try this out on weekends. I’ll be our new tradition in holiday season!

  7. I’ve been wanting to make some eggnog French toast. This looks fabulous!

  8. Hello Jocelyn,

    We’re here in the UK checking out some classic American recipes to try on this side of the pond. French toast seems to have more oomph on your side. At most I have enjoyed a slice or two of eggy bread which is Welsh, but we look forward to trying your recipe. Great work!

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