Try out this Eggnog French Toast recipe for your Christmas breakfast meal

If you're looking for a new recipe this Christmas, this Eggnog French Toast from St. Pierre is a sweet treat.
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Christmas morning is always hectic and sometimes, breakfast can fall by the wayside. Thankfully, St. Pierre has you covered this year.

Rather than worry about trying to prep something huge, you don't need much to make this Eggnog French Toast. This will hit the spot after you've opened presents, prepped the food, and are ready to settle in for a while.

Even if you're not cooking, I still think you can benefit from trying this or at least, attempting something similar. It will all depend on what you have on hand but if you have some eggnog and St. Pierre's Brioche Loaf, you're already halfway there.

Ultimately, it'll come down to how much effort you want to put in but at least you'll have something to fall back on.

This St. Pierre Eggnog French Toast recipe is worth trying for Christmas breakfast.

While you can see the recipe on the brand's website, it is a fairly simple recipe so let's get into it. The hardest part seems like it's making the caramelized oranges which can probably be done ahead or just made before you start.

If you're going to make those, I wanted to include the step as shared via the brand: "First make the caramelized oranges. Trim the top off each orange then place on a board with the flat (trimmed) ends down. Using a small knife carefully cut downwards, following the curve of the fruit, to remove the peel. Now place the oranges on their sides and cut into thin slices about ⅛th of an inch. Then melt the butter in non-stick skillet over high heat. Add the sugar and ginger and stir then bubble for 3 minutes. Add the orange slices and cook for 1-2 minutes until slightly caramelized. Carefully remove with a spatula and set aside on a plate."

For the French toast, all you have to do is follow the same formula as normal French toast but you'll add eggnog liqueur into the mix. From there, all you have to do is make it like you normally would French toast as all you have to do is fry until golden.

If you were already planning to make French toast, the addition of the eggnog liqueur and St. Pierre's Brioche Loaf will be an elevated twist. It would also be a great one to make as a brunch or even, close to New Year's. Either way, you'll no doubt impress whoever you're serving if you place this in front of them.

Will you be trying out this Eggnog French Toast recipe from St. Pierre's Bakery? Let us know in the comments!

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