Baked French Toast Cups Recipe

March, 2012 · By Coryanne Ettiene

I must admit, my morning breakfast usually involves several cups of coffee enjoyed in between making lunches and overseeing the cereal bowls that never make it from the kitchen table to the kitchen sink.  If only perfection was within reach I would be a better family cook, but alas, I am not a morning person, not by any stretch of the imagination.  The gusto of those first few weeks back at school where the energy abounds for cooked family breakfasts gradually diminishes as we approach the end of the school year, which is why, when guilt gets the better of me, I reach for my Baked French Toast Recipe and return to the family breakfast table with my fork in hand.

The beauty of baking French Toast means that there are a variety of ways to serve it, and when you have 3 children with different tastes, baking it makes this classic breakfast dish simple, popular and a multitasking favorite for busy school day mornings.  At a push these can go from concept to the table in under 15 minutes, and with time and full family participation, you can have have them done in 30 minutes or less.



Interestingly enough, I shared this recipe on Twitter while I was doing the GMC Trade Secrets Challenge, and it sparked a friendship with the ever talented Liza Utter.  This week she is sharing both her sweet, and savory versions of my recipe on her fabulous site Liza America’s Host — I simply love her spin on this recipe.  Reading her rendition has me eager to plan a brunch, complete with a create your own French Toast bar…thanks for the inspiration Liza!

And if you are looking for more breakfast inspirations, see my Breakfast Feast Menu on Celebrations.com, including my recipe mini French Toast Kebabs.

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