French Toast Christmas Trees
(2 servings) Printable Version
In a large mixing bowl, combine the eggs, milk, eggnog, syrup, vanilla, cinnamon and salt. Mix until well combined.
Push the sausage to one side of the griddle and melt a pat of butter to fry the French Toast.
Cut all bread slices in half diagonally. Dredge each piece of bread through the egg mixture - coating completely - and place on the hot griddle. Cook until golden brown on both sides.
For each Christmas Tree...
On a serving platter, place 3 slices of French Toast in a Christmas tree pattern - overlapping slightly (top tip over wider base).
For the tree trunk, place a sausage at the bottom and tuck it partially under the bottom piece of French Toast.
Sprinkle each piece of a bread with green sugar and powdered sugar.
Garnish with fresh rosemary (as grass beneath the tree) and 1/2 of an orange slice (as the sun rising behind the tree by wedging it next to the top slice of bread).
Tip: Set out a dish of dried cranberries and golden raisins - and let your children "decorate" the trees!
You could use any French Toast batter for this recipe. Placement of French Toast and few sprinkles of sugar turn a regular breakfast into a plate of holiday fun.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Mr Breakfast for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of French Toast Christmas Trees?
From Breakfast Dad
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 4 votes.
This is now a Christmas season tradition. My son says it is official, "Mr. Breakfast is cool."
Comment submitted: 12/22/2012 (#14976)
That's adorable. I think we'll try it Christmas Eve morning. Nice video too. Thanks! - Melanie in Rexburg, ID
Comment submitted: 12/18/2012 (#14972)
Super easy and the family loved it. I brushed the toast with melted butter so the green sugar stuck better.
Comment submitted: 12/23/2011 (#13338)
Love it. Very cute. Will make for my kids this weekend.
Comment submitted: 12/6/2011 (#13291)
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