Pumpkin French Toast for breakfast is a great way to do breakfast.
Tis’ the season for all things pumpkin, right? In our house everything turns to pumpkin spice this time of year. Recently, I was able to test out a Hamilton Beach 38546 3-in-1 Grill/Griddle. This amazing griddle allows you to either use it as a flat surface griddle, a grill, or both! It’s great for this Pumpkin French Toast.
In our home, we typically opt for both because what is breakfast for dinner without the bacon? We decided to whip up some french toast alongside bacon for dinner. Then, if you want you could even add some eggs and have a complete meal. My favorite part about this griddle is that the plates pop right off making them extremely easy to clean and very little mess or grease gets left behind. I’ve been using it for weeks and am in love!
The grates are dishwasher safe too, which is a win for me.
Now, for the pumpkin french toast, it was super simple to make and whipped up on a whim. My entire family was begging for more, guess we found a new morning treat for breakfast. My son even stole mine! I guess it was a fair trade though I took half his bacon. Although, I let him know that as I was eating it. Yes, I know…terrible. I feel so shameful. Not. Bacon, friends…bacon.
This french toast can be easily customized with different flavors using a variety of pureed fruits. I opted for canned pumpkin given the season but the sky is the limit!
Are you ready for a delicious breakfast? Or maybe breakfast for dinner? It’s time for Pumpkin French Toast!
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Pumpkin French Toast
- 3 Eggs
- 1/2 Cup Canned Pumpkin
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- 1 Tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 1 Tsp Ground Cinnamon
- 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- Pinch of Sugar
- 8 Slices Bread
- Powdered Sugar
- Maple Syrup
Combine all the ingredients except the bread in a shallow pan or dish.
Dip the bread in the mixture then place on a greased skillet.
Cook on both sides until nicely toasted.
Continue with the remaining pieces.
Top with the powdered sugar and maple syrup.