Croissant French Toast

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Since our Saturday’s are usually pretty hectic, we like to start our Sundays off slowly and have a big family breakfast.  Usually, we have pancakes. omelets or french toast.  Recently, however, I thought I would put a spin on our traditional french toast. I found this recipe for Croissant on an episode of WNEP’s Home and Backyard.  It’s a great locally produced show that’s on our local ABC affiliate.  You can watch the episodes featuring yours truly here.

This recipe is actually quite similar to my basic french toast.  I did end up tweaking the original recipe a bit.  I didn’t soak the croissants over night because I thought the texture would be too mushy.   The texture in my version turned out perfect!  They are light and airy and soak up all of the flavors in the batter.  I also liked how the sugar (in the mixture) caramelized the edges of the croissants and gave it a little crunch. I found it best to use croissants that were a day old.

This Croissant French Toast was a great way to start our Sunday morning!  I’ll definitely be making it again!

1 thought on “Croissant French Toast”

  1. That’s an interesting twist on french toast. I’ve never been a huge fan of Croissants because I always felt like they were like eating air. If I am going to eat, I want it to fill my tummy and Croissants just never did that for me lol.


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