As If Yesterday Wasn’t Enough!

Here is a new recipe to make your stomach growl…

French Toast with Caramelized Cinnamon Orange Sugar

French Toast with Caramelized Cinnamon Orange Sugar with Orange Marmalade Syrup

It is a wonderful twist on french toast with layers of favors.

Hope you enjoy!

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Ingredients

1 loaf of French Bread (you could use Challah Bread too), slice on the bias (at an angle)

1/3 Cups Sugar

1/2 teaspoons Ground Cinnamon

Zest from one large Orange

1 Cup Maple Syrup

1/4 Orange Marmalade

9 eggs

3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream

1 teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 Cup Maple Syrup

1/4 Cup Orange Marmalade

Butter or non-stick spray

Directions

Heat Griddle or non-stick pan.

Mix Sugar, 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon and zest in small bowl.

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 Set aside. Mix eggs, heavy cream, 3 Tablespoons ground cinnamon and vanilla in a wide dish (I use a deep dish pie dish). Set aside. In a microwave safe dish, mix 1 cup of maple syrup and orange marmalade. Microwave 30 seconds at a time until warm. Don’t over heat. Stir and set aside.

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Coat griddle or pan with butter or non-stick spray. Dip slice in egg mixture and flip. Before you remove it, sprinkle the top with the cinnamon sugar mixture. Remove and place sugar side down on the pan or griddle. Repeat to fill pan or griddle. Watch closely. When the sugar caramelizes and side is golden brown, flip and brown the other side. Remove and repeat.

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Serve with warm Maple and Orange Marmalade Syrup.

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49 thoughts on “As If Yesterday Wasn’t Enough!

  1. belocchio says:

    This recipe for French Toasts makes it breakfast the very best meal of the day. Virginia

  2. marydpierce says:

    Oh, my God, you’re killing me here…I don’t have these ingredients and it’s too cold and windy to go out and get them. 🙂

  3. I only have one thing to say– Mmmmmmm

  4. Lazy Suzan says:

    That looks heavenly right now!

  5. John says:

    Awesomely yummy looking! (not for the diabetic!)

  6. terry1954 says:

    Oh my God!!!! I want some!!!!

  7. MCatherine says:

    Not for the diet conscious!

  8. Pat says:

    Yes indeed this looks so good!!! 😉

  9. Looks yummy. We had brunch today here in S.D. at place that makes divine stuffed French toast.

  10. That looks divine. Send some here!

  11. sarahlouisek says:

    Orange marmalade syrup? Now you’re talking!

  12. lvaletutto says:

    I love french toast made with sliced french bread and these look so delicious!

  13. juanrbalboa says:

    This looks delicious! Mind if I re-blog it?

  14. augusta says:

    Mom used to make a simpler version of this at least once a week when I was growing up. You are the first I have seen to realize that it must be French or Italian bread. In Texas, at least, they use that soft white bread. She used to wait to have stale French bread, saying that it soaked up more of the liquid and tasted better. Have you noticed that?… Off to locate a decent loaf of bread. — Aggie

    • Thank you! I love using French bread to make French Toast. I also like Challah bread too because it is a more eggy bread. I am going to make a new recipe using a different bread soon. So stay tune! Yes, I agree with mom, stale bread is great for french toast!

  15. museconfuse says:

    I love french toast and this looks sooo yummy!! I’m so hungry now.

  16. Anna Lynn says:

    Pinning this @ now! Thanks for sharing!

  17. dawnspitfire says:

    Awesome! ♡

  18. That looks amazingly de-Lish!

  19. David says:

    Mmmm …

    Not good to look at food photos before lunch. 🙂

  20. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    I always liked pancakey, french toasty, syruppy sweet gooey delicious tasting things like this. Especially when I get a real bad sweet tooth. I will have to make this one day soon. Thanks for the recipe. Betty

  21. juanrbalboa says:

    Reblogged this on thesaltyslug and commented:
    Delicious! Reminds me of the delicacy Auntie Kay would make.

  22. Victoria says:

    This looks fantastic! I love orange marmalade and now I have another great way to use the tasty stuff. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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