How To Make Challah French Toast
Ready to be wowed?
It’s true: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And while French toast may not be your healthiest option, you deserve a decadent start to the day – and today is no exception.
Whether you have leftover bread that’s getting stale or run to the store now for a fresh loaf of challah (trust us, it’s worth it), wow yourself with this homemade challah French Toast recipe that’s not only delicious but also incredibly easy.
Seriously, trust us on the “easy” part.
This recipe was sent in by Danielle Auerbach (it’s her mom, Betty Schwartz’, recipe!) who, until about a month ago, considered “making dinner” ordering in sushi and grilled cheese a home cooked dinner.
Homemade Challah French Toast Recipe
Skim milk (or a dairy-free alternative)
Non-stick cooking spray or butter
Syrup or powdered sugar, to taste
Beat 2 eggs in a bowl before adding a splash of milk and about ½ a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Continue to beat well until fully combined.
Slice Challah into 1-2inch slices, as desired. Place each challah slice into the egg mixture, letting it soak in on one side for a minute or so before flipping and repeating on the other side.
Sprinkle cinnamon on the challah French toast before placing in a hot, greased (with non-stick cooking spray or butter) frying pan. Cook on each side for a couple of minutes, flipping as needed, until both sides are slightly browned. Top with syrup or powdered sugar, as desired.