An overhead view of French Toast in a Mug in a white mug with a spoon in the French Toast.

French Toast Bread Pudding in a Mug

This is a quick and easy breakfast or treat for when you’re short on time. Combine gluten-free bread with milk, chia seeds, cinnamon, vanilla, coconut sugar, nutmeg, and butter and microwave for 1-2 minutes. Top with maple syrup and enjoy! This is a great recipe to use up old bread or the ends of the loaves to cut down on food waste.

Front view of Oat-Crusted French toast with a fork next to it on a white plate.

Dairy-Free Oat-Crusted French Toast

Gluten-free bread soaked in a dairy-free buttermilk infused with vanilla and cinnamon, then coated with gluten-free quick oats and fried to crispy perfection. Oat-Crusted French Toast is the perfect weekend breakfast anyone will enjoy!

Overhead view of white plates with French Toast Sticks with Cherry Sauce and a yellow cloth napkin on the side

Gluten-Free French Toast Sticks with Vitamin D Fortified Cherry Sauce

This French toast has a purpose! I mean, other than being deliciously satisfying. This recipe has the added benefit of liquid vitamin D3 in it. Whether you’re trying to get your kids to take their vitamins, or you want to boost the nutrients they’re getting in meals, these

Blueberry French Toast in a Mug in white mugs on blue and white stripped napkins

Three-Minute Three-Ingredient Blueberry French Toast in a Mug

If you have kids in college or you’re a college student yourself, this Three-Minute Three-Ingredient Blueberry French Toast in a Mug is a perfect no-mess recipe for a dorm room. Or, dorm room or not, this is great when you want a quick, hot

Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll Baked French Toast

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Baked French Toast

How do you take French toast up a level? I’m so very glad you asked, and you will be, too! French toast already includes cinnamon, so why not take the other properties of a

Gluten Free French Toast Casserole Recipe Feature

Gluten Free French Toast Casserole Recipe

I love French toast but I don’t always love making it. Standing over the stove, watching to make sure the bread doesn’t burn, flipping it one piece at a time, and repeating for each serving. It’s fine if it’s just for you and another person, but if you want to feed