- 8 large eggs
- 2 cups eggnog
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla or rum extract
- 20 to 26 slices English muffin bread
- Confectioners' sugar, optional
- Maple syrup
- In a bowl, beat eggs, eggnog, sugar and extract; soak bread for 2 minutes per side. Cook on a greased hot griddle until golden brown on both sides and cooked through. Dust with confectioners' sugar if desired. Serve with syrup. Yield: 10 servings.
Reviews forEggnog French Toast
"Sinful! Don't forget the nutmeg! And use real maple syrup!"
"I do every thing but bathe in eggnog during the holiday season so you can imagine how much I love this and it can be tweaked , as only eggnog can,"
"I love eggnog and I will try with my family"
"I served this to my grandkids and now they want it all the time - love this"
"Fixed this for brunch this morning and hubby and I thought it was great. I halved the recipe since it was just the two of us. I used thick slices of french bread and it worked well. Love the eggnog flavor."
"I could not even taste the eggnog in them. You might as well just use a regular recipe and add nutmeg and cinnamon"
"For Khrystja--If the egg nog is to thick, and too rich tasting, I dilute it a little with milk, what ever blend I have, skim, 2%, or whole. I think Braum's is the very best, but is available only in Oklahoma and a 3oo mile radius from their dairy at Tuttle."
"I have not made this recipe. I very seldom make French Toast as it is just me, and I don't go to the bother. But I so enjoy it if someone else makes it. The very best French Toast I have ever had was made with French bread. I think that must be the secret. That was at the Dick Clark's American Band Stand Bistro in the airport Terminal in Salt Lake City. I will try this recipe, but will use French bread, cut diagonally. This sounds so delish."