Coffee Creamer French Toast

Get creative with your next french toast recipe and make this Coffee Creamer French Toast. With all of the varieties of coffee creamer flavors, you won’t get bored with french toast!

Coffee Creamer French Toast

Oh hello french toast. We haven’t met in quite a while. Well, with the exception of two weeks ago, our meetings are quite scarce. You see, while I love you so, Ken is less than thrilled with you. You’re just too soggy for him. Me, on the other hand, will take you soggy or firm. In fact, I happen to prefer you soggy.

And back to reality now. I’ll end my conversation with french toast now. But it’s true. Ken has never been thrilled with the way I make french toast. It’s either been too soggy or cinnamony. Cinnamony. Is that a word? My spell check tells me it is not but I feel like making up words today so there ya go.

Cinnamony. Adjective. Describing an object, specifically food, with intense cinnamon flavor.

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A gal I work with found out about how much I adore pumpkin spice coffee creamer. She told me about this top secret coffee creamer recipe but told me not to tell anyone. Oops. Too late! Nah, just kidding. About the secret. She really did tell me about an awesome little way to utilize coffee creamer. Make french toast with it. So I’ve wanted to make coffee creamer french toast for some time now but I just couldn’t bring myself to do it due to Ken’s lack of love for it. But alas, there’s always a solution to a problem so I finally figured out how to make french toast Ken would like. Use thick bread. Ding Ding Ding. We have a winner. I bought a loaf of unsliced bread and sliced thick slices so it wouldn’t become soggy from the egg/coffee creamer concoction.

Worked like a charm. Ken actually enjoyed this. And I did too! I made my french toast with pumpkin spice coffee creamer. But you can use your favorite flavor to make your french toast.

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Coffee Creamer French Toast
 
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Recipe type: breakfast
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 6 thick slices of bread
  • 3 eggs, beaten and placed in a large bowl or baking dish
  • ½ C pumpkin spice coffee creamer, or your favorite flavor
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
Instructions
  1. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Spray with cooking spray.
  2. Pour the coffee creamer and brown sugar into the eggs and whisk together.
  3. Dunk each slice of bread into the egg/coffee creamer mixture and then place on the skillet (1-2 at a time). Cook each side for 1-2 minutes or until slightly browned.
  4. Place on plates and serve with maple syrup. Enjoy
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 3 slices

Coffee Creamer French Toast

 

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36 comments on “Coffee Creamer French Toast”

  1. When I have a fun flavor creamer I put it in the boys’ milk. They love it.

  2. I love how simple this recipe is, Julie! I also love that you can easily alter the flavor by just using a different flavored creamer. :)
    Pinned & sharing!

  3. This is such a great idea using coffee creamer! You can have any flavor of french toast!! Love it!

    • Yea! I think the next flavor I want to try it with is Brown Butter Pecan. I bet that would make for one awesome french toast!

      • Has anyone tried to use leftover COFFEE and a small amount of creamer/sweetener, instead of using so many eggs & heavy cream.. etc?, which are all super high in sugar, sodium, fat, carbs,,calories, etc. & are riddled with crappy ingredients. , trans fat, and all kinds of processed ingredients….any ideas would be appreciated. Happy new year to all from new Jersey! Thank you for your help! God bless

        • Hi Drey,

          I haven’t heard of anyone using coffee and sweetener/creamer for this recipe. If you’re looking for something healthy, I’d stay away from french toast! I have many other recipes that are low carb, low sugar, clean ingredients that may be more in line with what you are looking for. Here’s a link to my breakfast recipes. Feel free to take a look to see if you find something that works for you. Happy New Year! :) http://www.thisgalcooks.com/category/breakfast/

  4. Julie your French Toast looks amazing, I have been craving it lately and can’t wait to try this recipe

  5. This looks incredible! My hubby adores french toast and I love the idea that you can use your choice of coffee creamer! Glad to hear that Ken liked the french toast too, it sounds awesome :)

  6. We’ll add this recipe to our upcoming brunch! Thanks!

  7. I would have never thought to use coffee creamer….ding ding ding you go to the head of the class! Great recipe – pinned!

  8. We have always added creamer! It is amazing!

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  10. I think you are right! I need to get creative with my french toast! I am going to try using Egg Nog! Thanks for the tip!

  11. I’m thinking I will be trying this on my weekend cheat day for breakfast! I have some girl scout cookie Samoa creamer in my fridge that will make this awesome!!! Thank you for sharing!

  12. Yummm!

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  15. Excited to attempt this. You’ve encouraged me! I also plan on making the sausage quiche.

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  19. I had some thick cut bread, eggs, syrup… and no milk. I DID however, have coffee creamer, and thought, what a wild idea… stumbled on this, and it was perfection!!! We had Cold Stone Sweet Cream creamer, it worked perfectly. Thanks for the great recipe!