Sourdough French Toast Bites

Posted on by Jennie

Sourdough French Toast Bites | Garlic, My Soul

Somehow we got into a breakfast groove here. I am not complaining. I love a breakfast full of flavor (read: maple syrup) or that’s unexpected (read: sprinkles and sugar.) Sometimes you just have to Treat Yo Self in the morning.

I made this French Toast following the folks at King Arthur Flour. I have their “All Purpose Baking Cookbook” and it’s become my new go-to to find any baking recipe I want to try.

Anyways, so for this I wanted to make French toast, but I wanted it to be bite size like a snack so you could have five and not feel bad (or like, also have some bacon and eggs and then just have two and feel like you’ve won brunch, which you have.)

Sourdough French Toast Bites | Garlic, My Soul

So here’s how it goes down – pretty straight forward from our good friends at KAF, with the bread being the major difference. This is actually pretty easy to whip up and you probably can make it on Saturday morning and be a hero without spending way more time in your kitchen. It’s basically magic.

Servings: 6
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes


1 loaf sourdough baguette, sliced
3 large eggs
3/4 cup heavy cream
pinch of salt
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
powdered sugar
maple syrup
butter/olive oil for cooking


1. Place 1 tablespoon each butter and oil in a heavy skillet, and set it to heat over medium heat.
2. In a small bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream, salt, nutmeg, sugar, and vanilla. Stir till smooth but not foamy. Pour the batter into a shallow casserole dish or wide bottomed bowl.
3. Place two pieces of bread in the pan; let them soak for about 30 seconds, then turn them over, and let soak for about 30 seconds on the other side. You want the bread to absorb some of the liquid, but not to become soggy.
4. Place the bread in the skillet and fry till the underside is golden brown; this should take about 2 minutes. Turn the bread, and fry on the second side for about 2 minutes. Again, it should be golden brown.
5. Repeat until you run out of bread or egg mixture (or, ideally, both, but you know that never happens.) When all the pieces are cooked, serve the French toast with soft butter and maple syrup. Or dust it with confectioners’ sugar or cinnamon-sugar!

Sourdough French Toast Bites | Garlic, My Soul Sourdough French Toast Bites | Garlic, My Soul

What’s your fave breakfast food? Let me know and I’ll whip it up for you so you can get cooking!


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