French Toast Loaf


French Toast Loaf

With a drizzle of wildflower honey!

This dish was born out of my girlfriend’s request for an extra-special breakfast one Sunday morning because she had grown tired of the typical eggs and bacon – yes, it can happen! While this delicious loaf may look impressive, don’t be fooled: it’s actually EASIER to make than most other breakfast meals, leaving more time to relax with your partner while still earning those extra brownie points.


1 Loaf of Cinnamon Raisin Bread, Uncut

5 Large eggs

1 Cup of milk

1 tsp of Nutmeg


  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2.  Cut loaf into 1″ slices, taking care to leave 1/2″ uncut at the bottom to ensure the loaf remains intact.
  3. Line a baking pan with parchment paper and bake loaf for 10 minutes. Allow loaf to cool for approximately 20 minutes.
  4. In a medium bowl, mix together eggs, milk and nutmeg.
  5. Once the loaf has cooled, pour egg mixture over the bread ensuring the mixture reaches in between your slices.
  6. Bake loaf for an additional 25-30  minutes, or until the bread has nicely browned and has a relatively firm interior.

You could finish this dish off any way you’d like: with a drizzle maple syrup, honey or chocolate sauce or cover in more raisin, chopped nuts or icing sugar. Your breakfast doesn’t have to be stressful or boring. Bring your mornings back to life with this crowd-pleasing french toast loaf, perfect for sharing.

Speaking of sharing, I would love to see your version of this french toast loaf, so tag me on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook! Also, feel free to share with me in the comments below what you would top this delicious breakfast loaf with.

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Until next time,

Clay Smith, Claycooks







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