Eggnog French toast with caramelized bananas

Eggnog French Toast Recipe

Eggnog French toast with caramelized bananas We are a pancake loving, waffle eating, French toast loving family. Most weekday breakfasts are of the healthier variety: oatmeal, maybe some salmon and eggs, some cereal and fruit…But once the weekend rolls around breakfast may involve some maple syrup.

Eggnog French Toast with Caramelized Bananas

Special holidays like Christmas are no different. My love of Christmas, eggnog  and maple syrup led me to create this Eggnog French Toast with Caramelized Bananas.

Eggnog French toast with bananas

I made this Eggnog French toast a few years ago when I was experimenting in the kitchen for my family on Christmas morning and it’s become our tradition.

Get my full recipe for Eggnog French Toast with Caramelized Bananas on 5 Minutes for Mom.

Enjoy!

  • Comments ( 10 )

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    Mel Lockcuff (@MamaBuzz)

    Oh my, this just sounds mouthwateringly sinful. LOL Seriously, it sounds delicious. I may have to add this to our menu for the week of Christmas.

    Thank you for sharing on Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in this week’s issue.

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    LisaDLS

    Thanks for the feature Mel. Your readers will not be disappointed. If eggnog and French toast had a baby, this would be it!

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      Mel Lockcuff (@MamaBuzz)

      Ok, Lisa. We made this for breakfast this morning, and yum! It was so good! I couldn’t find Challah bread, but we just used regular and it was still delicious. Definitely will be making this again. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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        LisaDLS

        Awesome!!! I am so glad you got make it, Melissa. And I really appreciate you coming back and letting me know how it turned out. Yes, challah bread is a soft, braided Jewish bread that may or may not be easy to find depending on where you live or what store you go to. I like using it in this recipe because of the texture and it does a really good job of soaking up that yummy eggnog. But, as you found out, it can easily be substituted for another type of bread in the recipe.

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    Carrie From Carrie This Home

    Oh my goodness…this looks incredible! i would love to eat this on Christmas morning. I’m hopping over from Moonlight and Mason Jars–have a wonderful evening!

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      LisaDLS

      I really hope you get to try it Carrie. I think that your family will be happy with it. Merry Christmas!

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    french food recipes

    I have tried one version of french toast last month but that was not so good. I think this french toast version would be yummy. I will try it, it looks amazing.

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