If you want to really ramp up your French toast game, try making this delicious stuffed version. Peanut butter in the middle and strawberries and cream on top. Find the recipe on Two Healthy Kitchens.
This sugarless almond French toast is moist and rich and is perfect if you want to skip the sugar but not the flavor! Find the recipe on Simply Stacie.
This simple French toast is always a winner. It is soaked in a rich vanilla custard and bakes up like a dream for breakfast. Find the recipe on Texas Type A Mom.
French toast muffins are so nifty and fun. They are a great way to take your French toast on the go, or just make it look a little fancier. Find the recipe on Thrifty Jinxy.
Have you ever made a burger out of French toast? You should try it! You can fill it with delicious fruit and enjoy a fun new twist on your favorite breakfast. Find the recipe on Know Your Produce.
A classic overnight French toast recipe is always perfection. This easy recipe will quickly become a family favorite. Find the recipe on The Naptime Chef.
Marrying French toast with apple pie sounds almost too good to be true. But it isn't! Try this amazing dish and you'll get to eat your favorite dessert for breakfast. Find the recipe on Spend with Pennies.
Sometimes all you need for a great French toast recipe is a rich stuffing. This cream cheese stuffed French toast is perfect for a Sunday morning treat when you need something rich and heavy to fill you up. Find the recipe on Baby Loving Mama.
A fun way to make individual portion French toast loaves is by baking them up in these cute pans. Then, flavor them with butterscotch for a rich breakfast treat. Find the recipe on More Than a Mom of Three.
These super cool French toast roll ups are a fun way to make French toast, especially for kids. Fill them with sweet chocolate or mashed berries and eat them with your fingers. Find the recipe on Spend with Pennies.
When the holidays come around make your French toast with panettone. It adds delicious favor to French toast and the recipe is a snap to pull together. Find the recipe at The Naptime Chef.
If you want French toast to be an everyday morning treat, make it easy on yourself with these freezer French toast dippers. They are easy to make in advance and will guarantee you can eat French toast whenever you want. Find the recipe on Amanda's Cookin'.
Give your French toast a crunchy twist. The crust gets the crunch from the most unusual coating---Corn Flakes! Your family will love the amazing flavor and fun new twist. Find the recipe on Our Table for Seven.
French toast doesn't have to be complicated. This cool recipe is made with store bought raisin bread, graham crackers, eggs, and orange juice. So easy! Find the recipe on Amanda's Cookin'.
For the ultimate French toast recipe shortcut make them with refrigerated rolls from the grocery store. You'll love how incredibly easy it is and how they still taste completely homemade. Find the recipe on Oh My Sugar High.
Do you ever want French toast just for one person? Here is the best recipe for making it for yourself, or just one person in your household. Find the recipe on Thrifty Jinxy.