You'll love this Eggo Waffles French Toast recipe, with frozen waffles cooked like French toast! It's a delicious and easy breakfast for brunch or a fun weekend morning with kids. Simple and tasty.
We all know of the iconic Eggo® waffle. Frozen waffles are a classic that has been around since the 1950s.
They are made with a simple batter and then cooked until golden brown. Eggo® waffles are convenient and easy to make, which is why they are such a popular breakfast food.
Hands up if you have a box in your freezer right now!
French toast is another breakfast favorite that has been around for centuries. It is made by soaking bread in a mixture of eggs and milk, then frying it until it is golden brown. French toast is usually served with syrup or fruit.
So what happens when you combine these two breakfast staples? You get a delicious and easy Eggo Waffles French Toast recipe!
This dish takes all the best parts of both waffles and French toast and puts them together. The result is a fun and unique breakfast that our whole family loves!
Do you need more breakfast recipes? Try M&M Pancakes, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins, or Chicken Omelette.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
This recipe uses premade frozen waffles - no need to make a waffle batter from scratch!
You'll love the fun and unique twist on classic French toast.
It is perfect for feeding a crowd for brunch.
A great way to use up a box of frozen Eggo® waffles.
Kids will love this breakfast mash-up just as much as adults!
Eggo Waffle French Toast is made with simple ingredients you probably already have in the kitchen.
- Waffles - These waffles come frozen and can be found universally at any grocery store. They take just minutes to heat up and they're ready to go. I use Kellog's Eggo® Waffles, but you can use any waffles.
- Eggs - Helps with binding the milk with the cinnamon to soak the waffles and give it a soft texture.
- Milk - You can use any type of milk you have on hand to create a wet batter that soaks the flavor into the waffle.
- Ground Cinnamon - Adds a classic warming flavor to this easy French toast.
- Vanilla Extract - Gives this breakfast a floral light vanilla flavor that pairs well with the rest of the ingredients.
- Butter (or oil) - Used to help cook the waffles in the skillet.
- For Serving: Top this delicious breakfast with a mix of butter, maple syrup, and a healthy dose of your favorite fruit.
Please see the recipe card below for quantities.
Wondering how to make this Eggo Waffles French Toast recipe? It's easy! Just follow this step-by-step photo tutorial. Then, scroll down for the recipe card for the full ingredients list and recipe method.
Thaw your waffles: You'll need your waffles to come to room temperature before cooking. You can leave them on the counter to thaw, lightly toast them, or microwave them for 30 seconds in the microwave.
Make the batter: In a bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla until fully combined. Transfer to a shallow bowl that has enough width to fully coat the waffle.
Dip the waffles: Add each thawed waffle to the wet mixture making sure you let the liquid seep into the waffle on both sides.
Cook the waffles: Add butter or oil to a large skillet and heat it over medium heat. Once the skillet is hot, shake off any excess batter from the waffles and cook on the skillet until browned on both sides.
Garnish and serve: Plate your waffle french toast and serve with butter, maple syrup, and a heaping of fresh berries.
You can thaw your waffles 3 ways: on the counter, in the microwave, or lightly toasting them. They thaw out pretty quickly.
Make sure your waffles get fully coated in the batter. You may need to push the waffle into the batter so the squares soak it up.
Shake off the excess batter before cooking as this will help the waffles cook evenly.
Make sure the skillet is hot with oil before cooking in order to get a nice crispy outside.
To the batter, you can add different kinds of spices such as nutmeg, allspice, or ginger.
Try using different types of milk such as almond milk or coconut milk.
Add a protein and fiber boost by sprinkling some chia seeds or flaxseed meal into the mixture.
Change up the toppings! Instead of syrup and berries, try serving this with bananas and peanut butter, whipped cream and chocolate chips, or even just a dusting of powdered sugar.
Serve them with this Waffle Casserole for a fun waffle themed breakfast!
If you have any leftover Frozen Waffle French Toast, they can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to four days. Reheat them in the microwave or in a skillet before serving. Freezing is not recommended
You can toast them in the toaster on the lowest setting or pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Yes, Eggo does make a gluten free waffle that can be used for this recipe. You can also use any brand of gluten free frozen waffle.
No, you don't need milk! You can use water, non-dairy milk, or even just cream though it will not have the same texture.
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Eggo Waffles French Toast
- Shallow bowl
- 8 frozen waffles Eggo® (or any frozen waffles)
- 2 eggs
- ⅓ cup milk
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon butter or oil for cooking
- You’ll need to start with thawed waffles. You can either leave them out for a bit on the counter, put them in the toaster for just a minute or so to thaw but not brown, or microwave them for about 30 seconds until thawed.
- Whisk the eggs, milk, cinnamon and vanilla in a bowl until well blended, then pour into a shallow bowl that’s wide enough to hold a waffle.
- Dip a thawed waffles into the egg mixture and let it soak in a bit of the liquid on both sides.
- Melt a little butter (or oil) in a skillet over a medium heat.
- Shake any excess egg mixture from the waffle, and place it into the skillet. Fry until lightly browned, then flip and brown the other side. Repeat with the remaining waffles.
- Serve your Eggo® Waffle French Toast with butter, maple syrup and fresh berries.
The nutritional information provided is approximate and can vary depending on several factors, so is not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietician for special diet advice.
This is so creative! Such a fun way to revamp frozen waffles into yummy french toast. Thanks for the recipe!
I love eggo waffles and they worked perfectly as French toast! Can't wait to make them agian!