Sweet Hawaiian bread French toast takes this classic, custard-soaked breakfast treat to an entirely new level with a base of deliciously sweet Hawaiian bread for even more flavor.
If you love classic French toast, then you're going to love my version. Using sweet Hawaiian bread, I create a classic French toast with an extra kick of sweet flavor and a hearty texture that your entire family will love.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
- It only takes 4 simple ingredients
- It's an easy breakfast recipe for even the most hectic mornings.
- It's everyone's favorite sweet breakfast treat, but it's even better!
Give the bread a good soak, but don't let it get soggy. You don't want it to fall apart!
You need less than a handful of ingredients to make this recipe, and chances are you have all of them in your kitchen right now! Be sure to check the recipe card at the end of the post for exact amounts.
- Sweet Hawaiian bread
- French vanilla creamer
Like most French toast recipes, this one is very easy to make. It only takes a few minutes and a few simple steps. The overview is here, but you'll find the exact instructions in the recipe card at the end of the post.
1: Combine the egg, cinnamon, and French vanilla creamer.
2: Soak the bread.
3: Cook until golden brown.
4: Serve with your favorite toppings!
Substitutions and Variations
- Use cream for richer French toast.
- If you can find fresh chicken eggs, use them. It's so much better.
- Top with berries, whipped cream, or classic syrup.
- Measuring cups and spoons
- Mixing bowl
Refrigerator: Store for up to 5 days in an air-tight container.
Freezer: Store for up to 3 months in an air-tight, freezer-safe container.
Reheat: Place the French toast in a baking dish and bake uncovered for 20 to 30 minutes at 350 until heated through.
What to Serve with French Toast
French toast is a great breakfast in its own right, but when you pair it with your other breakfast favorites, you've got yourself a delicious breakFEAST. Pair it with:
- Biscuits and gravy
- Soak your bread enough to get it nice and coated, but don't let it get smushy. Just about 5 seconds is all you need.
- Always cook your French toast on medium heat to get a nice, golden brown exterior without burning.
French toast is a sweet breakfast dish made with sliced bread soaked in a simple custard mixture that's pan-fried.
Nope. It's a North American invention. The popular story is that Joseph French created the dish in 1724. He intended to advertise it as French's toast, but his grammar was so terrible, he didn't add the apostrophe.
It can be tempting to soak your bread for a long period of time to get more of that eggy goodness, but if you do, the bread will simply get soggy and break apart.
More Tasty Breakfast Recipes
- 8 slices Hawaiian sweet bread
- 4 eggs
- ¼ cup French vanilla creamer
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- Begin heating a large skillet over low-medium heat.
- In a small mixing bowl, beat eggs, French vanilla creamer, and cinnamon together.
- Dredge each slice in the egg mixture, allowing it to soak for about 5 seconds.
- Allow excess egg mixture to drip off and place dredged slices in your heated, greased skillet.
- Cook for 3-4 minutes on each side or until they are golden brown.
- Serve with toppings of your choice. (fruit, syrup, whipped cream, etc.)
Amount Per Serving Calories 572Total Fat 21gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 11gCholesterol 224mgSodium 368mgCarbohydrates 77gFiber 3gSugar 21gProtein 18g
Never miss my delicious recipes, cute creations, or household tips!