French Toast for my Yanah


It’s my younger daughter’s 14th birthday.  She is not feeling well and all she wants for breakfast is mommy’s homemade French toast.  It’s November, and the Holiday season is around the corner, so why not making Eggnog French toast.  This the perfect birthday breakfast for my princess.

This is how I made my French Toast.  They’re delicious and easy to make.

Eggnog French Toast




Brioche Bread sliced into 6 slices ½ inch thick

2 cups of eggnog

3 eggs

3 Tbsp of brown sugar

½ tsp ground cinnamon

1/8 tsp of ground clove

½ tsp nutmeg

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 tbsp Butter


Preheat the non-stick skillet over medium heat

In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, the nutmeg, the cinnamon, the ground clove, the brown sugar, and the vanilla extract.

Then add the eggnog, whisk until all the ingredients are very well blended.

Melt the butter on the skillet.

Soak the bread in the mixture for 30 seconds on each side.  Add them to the skillet, cook for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side or until golden brown on both sides and cooked through.


I sprinkled them with confectioner sugar and served them warm with some fruit.

I hope you had a great Sunday and ready to start this new month with something as delicious as some Eggnog French Toast.


  1. These look delicious, it’s been a while since I had French toast due to my egg sensitivity but once I fix that, i will be making some. Happy birthday to your daughter.

  2. Oh it looks so amazing! I make it pretty often but I never used this type of bread before,I really need to try your recipe !

    • For the holiday, we always use eggnog to make our French toast and I have a delicious berries syrup that I made which make our Holiday breakfast sumptuous.

  3. oh my gosh french toast is my favorite and i always keep on trying doing it, hopefully when i tried this i will have success, sooooo yummy just by looking at your pics your daughter must have been so happy

  4. Yum! That looks heavenly. I have never heard of egg nog french toast, but it sounds amazing and will definitely whip some of these up! They’re low-cal, right? 🙂

  5. That brought back memories of making French toast for my kids when they were younger. We used to make them on the weekends, and my kids loved dousing them in Maple syrup. Yummy.

  6. Happy birthday to your girl. I’d also love homemade meals for my birthdays. That’s for sharing your recipe, would give it a try.


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