Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Pumpkin Bread French Toast.  Ever wished you could have pumpkin pie for breakfast?  This amazingly decadent Pumpkin Bread French Toast is surprisingly good-for-you.  Seriously the best french toast I have ever had & perfect for fall!

Okay I know this is my second pumpkin recipe this week, but since next week and month will be filled with 31 Days of Less & More posts, this was my last chance to share this perfect-for-fall french toast recipe.

And friends, trust me when I say you need to try this recipe.

It is heaven on a plate, like a little celebration of autumn right in your mouth.  It’s also a little like being able to legitimately eat pumpkin pie for breakfast.  And if you use the recipe for Skinny Pumpkin Bread that I posted on Monday, it is even relatively good for you, as far as sinfully decadent french toast recipes go.

Try it this weekend.  You won’t regret it!

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Here is what you need:

1 loaf Skinny Pumpkin Bread, chilled
1 cup Silk Coconut Milk, Vanilla 
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
butter, coconut oil, or cooking spray
maple syrup & powdered sugar

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Step 1:  Add coconut milk and eggs to a low dish or bowl.  (I used an 8×8 baking dish)

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Step 2:  Add vanilla, maple syrup, cinnamon, & pumpkin pie spice.  Whisk well.

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Step 3:  Slice chilled pumpkin bread.  Heat griddle or frying pan on medium to medium-low heat.

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Step 4: Briefly soak pumpkin bread in egg mixture.  Be sure to get both sides coated, but do not let the bread sit in the mixture for more than a few seconds.

Pumpkin Bread French Toast

Step 5:  Use butter or coconut oil to grease pan.  Place coated bread slices on hot griddle and cook until golden brown, 2-3 minutes per side.  Serve with butter, powdered sugar, and real maple syrup!

Pumpkin Bread French Toast.  Ever wished you could have pumpkin pie for breakfast?  This amazingly decadent Pumpkin Bread French Toast is surprisingly good-for-you.  Seriously the best french toast I have ever had & perfect for fall!

This post was underwritten by Silk.  All opinions are mine.  Silk products have been an important part of my family’s diet for many years, and I am thrilled and honored to represent Silk as a brand ambassador.  Silk’s products include soy milk, almond milk (try the dark chocolate–soooooo good!), and coconut milk as well as dairy-free creamers, fruit & protein drinks, and iced lattes.

All Silk products are free of dairy, gluten, lactose, casein, egg, and MSG.  They also contain no GMOs!  Silk Soy, Almond, & Coconut milks all contain 50% more calcium than dairy milk (but fewer calories), and can easily be swapped out in your favorite cereals and recipes.  Best of all, unlike traditional dairy milk, Silk products go on sale quite often AND have coupons available.  In fact, you can get a $1.00 off coupon right on the Silk website!

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  • Jasmine September 27,

    YUM! I love pumpkin anything and I LOVE french toast! Can’t wait to try this!

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    • Ruth Soukup September 29,

      Me too. I hope you love it–let me know what you think!

      Reply
  • Cathey September 27,

    Oh. My Goodness. That looks amazing. I know what I’m doing with my frozen pumpkin bread slices now!

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    • Ruth Soukup September 29,

      Frozen pumpkin bread is perfect for this recipe! Can’t wait to hear what you think!

      Reply
  • Abby September 28,

    Looks amazing can’t wait to try out the recipe.

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    • Ruth Soukup September 29,

      Thanks Abby. I hope you love it!

      Reply
  • Shannon {Cozy Country Living} September 29,

    This looks and sounds delicious! I love that it is lightened up a bit too! With all of the wonderful foods we make during the fall, it’s nice to save a few calories here and there:)

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  • Deborah Mitchell October 19,

    Just discovered your awesome blog and this yummy recipe! I look forward to following you and trying this recipe for my family this weekend! Thanks, Ruth!

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  • Julie@teachinggoodeaters November 5,

    Oh my goodness!! I just posted about making banana bread french toast today and then saw your pin! Must be something in the air. Now I’m craving pumpkin bread french toast (and I need a great big griddle like yours it would cut down on everyone fighting over who gets the next piece :) )

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  • How to make french toast December 16,

    I love the photos you’ve used. This is one of the few awesome french toast variation recipes. It’s a good breakfast snack. I’ve seen french toast kebabs, and even suggestions to add garlic and parmesan cheese. This one is among my favorites as well. Thanks for posting :)

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