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National French Toast Day

November 28

When is National French Toast Day?

National French Toast Day happens on Thursday November 28, 2024.

Celebrate National French Toast Day with These Delicious Recipes

National French Toast Day is right around the corner! On November 28th, it’s time to get creative in the kitchen and whip up some delicious French toast recipes. From savory to sweet, there are so many different ways to enjoy this classic breakfast favorite. Let’s take a look at some of the most scrumptious French toast recipes out there to give you a head start on your French toast feast.

Fruity & Nutty French Toast

This combination of crunchy granola and juicy fresh fruit makes for an extra special French toast experience. Start by whisking eggs, milk, cinnamon, and nutmeg together until blended. Dip slices of bread in the mixture and cook in a hot skillet. For the topping, mix together your favorite kind of granola (we suggest adding coconut flakes for extra flavor), chopped walnuts and almonds, maple syrup, and melted butter or margarine. Top your cooked French toast with dollops of this yummy mixture before adding lots of fresh fruit like banana slices and strawberries. Yum!

Savory Bacon & Cheese French Toast

If you’re looking for something a little more savory than sweet, try out this bacon-and-cheese filled version. Start by making a batter with eggs, milk, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, cayenne pepper (optional), and grated cheese (cheddar or mozzarella works great!). Dip thick slices of bread into the batter before cooking over medium heat on a skillet with melted butter or margarine. When your french toast is done cooking top it off with crispy bacon strips for added flavor and texture. Add garnishes like chives or parsley for color if desired.

Cinnamon Roll Pancake-French Toast Hybrid

This recipe is absolute heaven—it combines two breakfast favorites into one incredible dish! Start by prepping your pancake batter according to the instructions on the box or bag (or make it from scratch if preferred). Then add ground cinnamon until fully incorporated into the mixture – about 1 tablespoon should do it! Dip thick slices of brioche bread into the batter before cooking in a hot skillet with melted butter or margarine until golden brown on each side. Lastly prepare some icing using powdered sugar and cream cheese; spread over each slice while still warm for that classic cinnamon roll effect! Enjoy!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Whether you’re looking for something sweet or savory to satisfy your cravings on National French Toast Day this year, these recipes are sure to be a hit! Get creative in the kitchen and don’t be afraid to put your own spin on these dishes – after all that’s what being a chef is all about!

When does National French Toast Day happen next year?

National French Toast Day will happen on the following upcoming dates:

  • Friday November 28, 2025
  • Saturday November 28, 2026
  • Sunday November 28, 2027
  • Tuesday November 28, 2028
  • Wednesday November 28, 2029

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