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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Gingerbread French Toast

I made a big batch of gingerbread French toast last weekend and froze some of it for a quick breakfast Black Friday. I know that since I will be making a huge Thanksgiving dinner for everyone, that there was no way I'm going to want to do much cooking the rest of the weekend. Plus, gingerbread helps get everyone in the Christmas decorating spirit :-)

I originally saw this recipe in Working Mother magazine, but added a few additional spices to make it more gingerbread like and swapped almond milk for cow's milk to make it a smidge paleo. Breakfast is almost always a hit in my house and this was no exception. Even my gingerbread-hating husband liked it!

Gingerbread French Toast

1c almond milk
3 eggs
1/2 Tbs cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/4 tsp allspice
1/4 tsp cloves
6-8 slices of bread
powdered sugar, for dusting

  • Whisk together first six ingredients
  • Dip bread in egg mixture then cook on hot griddle until egg is cook and toast is not
  • Dust with powdered sugar

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20 comments:

  1. It's really good. I can't wait to break the rest out of the freezer :-)

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  4. Definitely try it if you get a chance :-)

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  5. ooh! This looks yummy! I bet this would make a memorable xmas breakfast!

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  6. This sounds amazing! :) I will have to make this.

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  7. This looks super yummy. Will need to make this on a weekend morning for my guys

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  8. We always have a breakfast casserole for Christmas morning, but I might mix it up this year... :-)

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  9. It's great because it's so easy to make a huge batch and freeze for later.

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  10. I usually have several breakfast items that I rotate through on the weekends. This got added to the holiday rotation!

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  11. Yum, gotta try this for my kids!


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