Amaretto French Toast
(4 servings) Printable Version
To make the French Toast:
In a medium bowl, mix together all ingredients except bread. Soak bread in mixture. In large skillet, melt some butter. Cook in buttter until golden brown. Flip and brown other side. Repeat with all bread slices.
Serve warm with our Amaretto butter and Amaretto syrup.
This is also known as Italian French Toast... at least by my Grandma.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Checkers for this recipe.
Recipe number 1081. Submitted 10/1/2003.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Amaretto French Toast?
From Garlic Girl
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 10 votes.
Okay - I made this for brunch... it was fabulous! YUMMO! I would definitely make this again and for guests too!
Comment submitted: 10/28/2012 (#14796)
Amaretto French Toast has been a family tradition for years, and one I do not expect to stop anytime soon. We use apricot preserves as a different topping option, as listed in the Amaretto di Saronno recipe booklet where we first discovered the recipe many moons ago!
Comment submitted: 12/25/2011 (#13345)
Amaretto is an Italian liquor.
Comment submitted: 9/4/2010 (#11165)
Would like to have more visual pictures of the recipes.
Comment submitted: 5/13/2010 (#10488)
Wonderful, we used both whole wheat bread and an oatmeal bread similar to white. The oatmeal bread worked better with this recipe. I ended up using almost all of my husbands 250ml bottle of Amaretto. We all loved it with exception of my daughter who didn't like the syrup. We did boil the syrup to remove alcohol. Probably better to boil for 3-5 minutes to burn alcohol off, unless you like the alcohol flavor.
Comment submitted: 2/7/2010 (#9646)
What is amaretto? You did not specify is it a syrup or a wine.
Comment submitted: 5/22/2009 (#8154)
From N I N
Fantastic french toast recipe! Highly recommended. And I agree with Shafty - add more amaretto!!
Comment submitted: 8/9/2008 (#6090)
From kayat (Team Breakfast Member)
I don't like french toast to begin with, but i thought what the heck. I'm glad I did, this was soooooo good. I also boozed it up a little more. I made a concotion of the butter, syrup, and amaretto instead of 2 separate ones.
Comment submitted: 8/31/2007 (#3474)
From shafty (Team Breakfast Member)
Recipe tasted great. first time i made it there was not enough amaretto taste. second time just added more amaretto. recommended.
Comment submitted: 6/28/2007 (#3128)
Feeling devilish, I used Pernod instead of Amaretto. I was expecting it to taste ridiculous but topped with a dollop of white ice cream it was awesome.
Comment submitted: 3/11/2007 (#1786)
From Awesome Recipe
They were awesome. I used extra booze and I used Frangelico.
Comment submitted: 3/8/2007 (#1770)
They were good in all - but I think they need something else in them but I can't put my finger on it.
Comment submitted: 11/14/2006 (#720)
This recipe sounded great, but I made one small modification. I substituted Chambord liquor for the Amaretto and made what can only be called Raspberry French Toast. It turned out great. Highly recommend it for raspberry lovers out there like myself.
Comment submitted: 8/18/2006 (#137)
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