Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Eggnog French Toast

I love my husband's French Toast, it is never dry and always moist and tender in the middle. I told him I wanted to try Eggnog French Toast and he made it for me this weekend. I have one word for you, YUM! It was really tasty, in fact so much, I will be requesting it again soon!

The Eggnog taste is subtle in my recipe, but if you want to omit the Cinnamon and Vanilla, it will be a very strong Eggnog taste.

Some bacon and fresh fruit along with this French Toast and you have a breakfast fit for a Queen or a King!

2 cups Lowfat Eggnog
1 tsp vanilla
4 eggs, beaten
1/8 tsp fresh grated nutmeg
1 tsp Cinnamon
I loaf of extra wide sliced bread (I used Texas Toast)

In a large bowl, mix your Eggnog, beaten eggs, vanilla and nutmeg

Place your bread into the bowl one slice at a time and let it sit there for a few seconds on each side (this helps with the tenderness factor)

Place on a buttered griddle and cook until lightly brown on both sides

Transfer to the oven to hold at 170 degrees and continue cooking French Toast until you are out of the egg mixture. This made approximately 8 slices of French Toast.


Foodie with Little Thyme! said...

YUM is right. Everything is better with eggnog! I like that you bake your toast too. I don't like soggy toast.

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

i so love eggnog. I kind of promised myself not this year, as my ass is too big. This recipe may make me break that promise

wonderful post!

tamilyn said...

Yummy! I have wanted to try eggnog french toast, but have never had eggnog-I know, what is up with that? I may just have to buy a carton and try it out!

Pam said...

Now doesn't that look heavenly! Yum.

Foodiewife said...

I never thought of using eggnog! I don't like to drink eggnog, but I'd like to make an ice cream version. But, French toast? Brilliant and I agree- yum!

Patricia @ ButterYum said...

How in the world did you get your hubby to make you breakfast? Lucky you!!

I love eggnog, so I know this is going to be a big hit!

Thanks for sharing.

♥peachkins♥ said...

what a great idea! eggnog french toast...

Muneeba said...

Eggnog all over the place these days .. but I gotta say, I love the idea of having it in french toast! So luscious ... perfect for Christmas morning.

Anonymous said...

I'm not an eggnog fan, but cooked into a french toast, I'll devour this!

teresa said...

oh my gosh, delicious!! i have some eggnog in my frigde that desperately needs some use. i'm the only one that drinks it!

The Blonde Duck said...

If I ever came to stay with ya'll, you'd have to lift me out of your house with a crane.

Debbie said...

Would you believe we are having breakfast for dinner tonight and this is what I am making??? My husband has been asking me for eggnog french toast! He picked up Panetonne and wants me to try that for the french toast! Should be interesting! Yours look terrific!!!

Elise said...

I was looking for something to make for christmas moring, this fits the bill perfectly! They look so good and rich!

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