Grandma's Peach French Toast Recipe
My mother gave me this to use at my mother group. Everyone loved it so I decided to post it and share the great blend of peaches and French toast. Smells great when cooking.
Take your French toast game to the next level by adding sweet canned peaches and cream cheese to thick-cut bread.
One of my sisters sent this recipe to me about a year ago. I've made it many times since. If could give this 10 stars I would. Don't let the overnight stay in the fridge scare you, I've done it both ways, the night before and morning of and they are both fantastic. One time I even forgot the peaches and it was STILL Great! I used a French baguette and slice it about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick, and because we like it "eggier" I use 7 eggs (have even used egg substitute with success) and a dash more vanilla and a dash or two more of cinnamon. This is a great dish for overnight company, holiday brunches, and it's even been requested for dinner! Today I made it and I had some peach brandy on hand and added about 3 tablespoons to the sugar & butter mixture while it was cooking. To DIE FOR. Thanks for this new family favorite! I made it again for a brunch at work today and everyone RAVED and wanted the recipe. I don't understand the reviews saying to add milk, I don't add ANY milk, it's not in the original reci
Delicious! I used 6 eggs and 1 1/2 c. milk as suggested. I bought the bread the same day so I dried it a bit in the oven. I also used frozen peaches and a bit of nutmeg and cinnamon mixed into the egg mixture. Finished it on convection to get a crispy brown top. Yummy
From fluffy pancakes to tender biscuits, whip up some of Grandma's famous breakfast fare.
This is perfect served with quiche, homemade home fries and fresh coffee! I make the bread for this recipe using my bread machine!
With recipes for overnight French toast or the classic cinnamon French toast, you'll know how to make French toast in no time.
Lemon zest and mascarpone are stuffed into thick white bread slices, dipped in batter, pan fried, and smothered in fresh peach sauce. This recipe is great for breakfast and fancy enough for dessert.