This Apple Pie French Toast is a deliciously warm, soft and moist fall inspired breakfast, served with cinnamon, granola and warm syrup.
You know that irresistible and incomparable fall baking smell that travels up your nostrils and immediately triggers your brain into ‘hungry mode’ whether that be the case, or not? That’s exactly what my house smelled like when I was baking this Apple Pie french toast.
There is something about fall baking that gives you that happy and warm feeling, like nothing else does. In fact, sometimes I wonder if the delicious smell of fall baking is actually more pleasurable then eating the goods itself.
Anyone else with me?
Fall truly is the perfect opening season for baking. From Apple Cider Donuts, to Pumpkin Donuts and Pumpkin Cookies, to Baked Caramel Popcorn, there is something for everyone to fall in love with, but let’s start with the classic. Apple Pie!
Apple Pie French Toast
The Apple Pie French Toast is basically a disguised apple pie that you can eat for breakfast 🙂 No seriously, it is! Except that we are using bread (and a healthy one hopefully) to balance things out.
Oh, and you get to pour maple syrup all over it too! It’s honestly almost better than the actual pie 🙂
This Apple Pie French Toast is a deliciously warm, soft and moist fall inspired breakfast. If you love fall flavors, you will enjoy this recipe all year round. It’s really simple to make and quite a treat for a weekend brunch, for the holiday or just because.
Apple Pie French Toast
- 9 slices organic seeded bread
- 2 whole honey crisp or gala apples, sliced
- 2 whole eggs
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 2 tbsp cream cheese
- 2 tbsp old-fashioned oats, divided
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup milk, of choice
- Pre-heat oven to 350F degrees. Spray a 9x5 loaf pan and set aside
- Add eggs, sugar, cream cheese, 1 tbsp oats, cinnamon and milk to a blender cup and work it for about 30 seconds or until uniform. This should still be a grainy consistency.
- Arrange the bread slices in loaf pan. If the bread is too wide you can cut off the sides. Place apple slices in between each bread slice
- Pour egg batter over the bread. Make sure everything is covered
- Top with remaining oats, add extra cinnamon if you like and bake for 30 minutes or until bread starts to brown around the edges.
- Serve with warm maple syrup and any additional topping that you may like. My favorites are granola and nuts!
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.