eggnog French toast

Holiday Eggnog French Toast

Prep Time

10 minutes

Cook Time

35 minutes

Serving Yield

5-7

This just might be the best French toast recipe ever.  Seriously.  Using the best eggnog with Kalona Supernatural’s amazing seasonal eggnog, the best French toast bread in challah, and, of course, the best eggs with Farmers Hen House’s pasture-raised eggs, it makes sense why this might just be the best French toast recipe of all time.  The homemade blueberry syrup and whip cream doesn’t hurt either.

If you were wanting to bring some holiday decadence to your holiday breakfast this should do the trick.

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Ingredients

French Toast

6 Farmers Hen House eggs

1 bottle of Kalona Supernatural egg nog (32 ounces)

1 loaf of challah bread

1 tsp vanilla

1/2 tsp pumpkin spice

1/2 tsp cinnamon

Blueberry Syrup

1/2 – 3/4 pint of blueberries depending upon

1 12 ounce can of sparkling water (we used lemon flavored)

3/4 cup of cane sugar

Whip Cream

1 cup of cold heavy cream

2 tablespoons of confectioner’s sugar

1 tsp vanilla

Directions

Step 1

Fill mixing bowl with Farmers Hen House eggs, Kalona Supernatural eggnog, cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and vanilla.

eggnog French toast

Step 2

Cut challah bread in 1/2 inch to 1 inch slices depending upon preference.

Step 3

Dip challah bread in mixing bowl with ingredients and let soak for several seconds to a few minutes depending upon time and preference.

Step 4

Place blueberries with sparkling water in a pot to boil and reduce.  Let reduce for 15 – 20 minutes.

blueberry syrup

Step 5

Heat pan to medium-low heat.  We used a cast iron skillet.  Grease as needed.

Step 6

Whip cream and confectioner’s sugar together to make whip cream.

Step 7

Place dipped French toast on pan.  Cook each side for 3-5 minutes depending upon preference.

Step 8

Place French toast on plate.  Top with blueberries syrup, fresh blueberries, confectioner’s sugar, and whip cream.  Bon appetit!

eggnog French toast