Move over regular French toast, there's a new brunch boss in town and it's made with brioche bread! With its buttery richness and pillowy texture, it's like biting into a cloud of happiness. Trust me, once you've had brioche French toast, there's no going back to the basic stuff. It’s breakfast, elevated!
Prep Time45 minutesmins
Cook Time15 minutesmins
Total Time1 hourhr
Keyword: brioche french toast, brioche french toast recipe
Slice your brioche loaf into about 1 ½ inch slices, they should be fairly thick.
In a large bowl, add your eggs, cinnamon, whipping cream, and sugar. Whisk to combine well.
Take each piece of brioche and fully submerge it in your egg mixture, then place each soaked piece flat in a pan, pour any remaining liquid evenly over the bread and allow the bread to sit and soak the liquid up a bit.
Heat up a large skillet on our stove over medium high heat and melt some butter into the pan, about 2 tablespoons.
Place a few slices of the soaked bread into the heated and buttered skillet and cook for 2-3 minutes on each side.
Once the french toast is all cooked, serve fresh with your favorite toppings!