Brioche French Toast

Brioche Brunch! Who loves to brunch? I do : ) This fluffy, pillowy soft brioche french toast is definitely an upgrade from your typical french toast.

You can make brioche bread from scratch (may I recommend a recipe by Fifteen Spatulas) or brioche bread is now available at many local supermarkets. I wanted to share this brunch idea with you for the weekend. It’s a great dish for a snow day, too! A quick & simple meal for you or your family. Just add your favorite toppings!

My favorite traveling coffee mug is in the background ☀️😃💛😊 #brunching #ohbrioche

Ingredients: 4 – 1 to 2 inch thick brioche bread, sliced – 3 large eggs – 1/4 cup whole milk – 1 TSP pure vanilla extract – 1/2 TSP nutmeg – 1/2 TSP cinnamon – 1 TBSP butter for cooking – Pinch of salt – Fruit and Chantilly cream optional 

Instructions: In a medium bowl, beat the eggs together well. Beat/whisk in the milk, vanilla, nutmeg & cinnamon. I recommend a pie plate or flat dish for soaking the bread. Allow the bread to soak for 1-2 minutes. Heat a large skillet or griddle at medium, melt the butter. Gently transfer all 4 brioche slices to the pan. Cook until the bottom is golden brown, about 3 minutes. Flip & cook until the other side is also golden brown. If your French toast is browning quickly, reduce the heat. Serve immediately with butter, maple syrup, fruit or your favorite toppings. Dig in!

Published by AimsHerWay

Mom. Cook. Self taught baker. Secretary. Farmhouse style décor & Rae Dunn. Foodie. Craft beer enthusiast. Follow me @aimsherway_

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