This Sheet Pan French Toast is the answer to your brunch dreams! It’s ready to serve in under 30 minutes, and can easily be doubled to serve a crowd. Happy brunching!
If you’re a French toast lover like we are, you’ll not only enjoy this sheet pan French toast, but also this peanut butter banana French toast bake or this Instant Pot cinnamon French toast casserole or this stuffed French toast.
Brunch Dreams Come True
Anyone else LOVE ordering French toast at restaurants, but hate making it at home? The process is messy, it takes a long time if you’re making a big batch in a skillet, and you always end up with either too much egg mixture, or too much bread. Cue: sheet pan French toast! Which solves all of these finicky French toast qualms.
Perfect for Serving a Crowd!
Are you feeding your whole family? Or having a group over for brunch? This oven French toast is everything you’ve always wanted from stove top French toast — they’re all done at once!
No more keeping your French toast warm while you individually make each slice in a skillet. Just pop these in the oven all at once, and they’ll come out ready to serve.
Oven French Toast Tips and Tricks
This French toast recipe really couldn’t be any easier, but it’s important to keep in mind a few tips and tricks to ensure that you’re whipping up the perfect batch of French toast 😀
Don’t skip the cinnamon!
We never skip the cinnamon when making French toast! It gives each slice that perfect sweet flavor without adding any sugar at all. The best way to get an even coating of cinnamon on each slice is to sprinkle it after the slices have been dipped in the egg mixture and placed on the baking sheet.
Use a sliced bread you love!
If you don’t like the bread you’re starting with, you’re not going to love the French toast! We love using whole grain bread for French toast (Dave’s Killer Bread is one of our faves!), but if you have a favorite brand of sliced bread, go for it!
Love crispier French toast?
Bake that French toast at 375ºF! The higher baking temperature will allow the edges of the slices to get nice and crispy. You’ll bake for 8 minutes and then flip each slice. Then, place back into the oven, and bake for an additional 3-5 minutes, depending on your oven.
Love chewier French toast?
Bake at 350ºF! The lower baking temperature will allow your French toast to cook more slowly, creating chewier French toasty goodness. You’ll bake for 10 minutes and then flip each slice. Then, bake for an additional 4-6 minutes, depending on your oven.
French Toast Toppings
- Maple syrup (of course!)
- Greek yogurt
- Fresh berries
- Peanut butter
PS: learn how to freeze and thaw this French Toast for later in this Make-Ahead Breakfast Recipes Freezer Meal Prep post!
- 8 slices whole grain bread
- 5 large eggs
- 2 tablespoons unsweetened almond milk
- ground cinnamon, to taste
- Preheat the oven to 350ºF and generously spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
- Next, whisk eggs and almond milk together in a medium mixing bowl or Pyrex.
- Carefully dip 1 slice of bread into the egg mixture. Make sure bread is fully submerged in the egg mixture. Let excess egg mixture drip from the bread and then place bread onto the baking sheet. Repeat until you have dipped all pieces of bread.
- Season French toast with ground cinnamon, to taste.
- Place the baking sheet in the oven and bake at 350ºF for around 10 minutes.
- Then flip each piece of bread and bake for an additonal 4-6 minutes.* We suggest spraying the baking sheet as you flip, just to be safe!
- Remove from the oven and serve with maple syrup.
Tips & Notes
*For a crispier French toast: bake at 375ºF for 8 minutes and then flip. Bake for an additional 3-5 minutes.
For a chewier French toast: bake at 350ºF for 10 minutes and then flip. Bake for an additional 4-6 minutes.
Nutrition FactsServing Size: 2 slices of French toast Calories: 275 Sugar: 6 Sodium: 435 Fat: 8 Carbohydrates: 38 Fiber: 5 Protein: 16
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