Pumpkin pie french toast

Gooooood morning!!!

Today is actually a great morning. Ya know why? Because I woke up to some amazing french toast. And, my house smells like pumpkin pie.

Those are two ingredients for a pretty perfect day. The only thing that would make this day better is if it was sunny with a high of some fall weather. Floridians really get the shaft when it comes to the amazingness of fall weather.

Oh well. This french toast is so good that it will make you forget it is still 99 degrees outside and basically still summer.


8 slices cinnamon swirl bread (any bread will work here, I just had some cinnamon bread and thought that would be tasty. GF will work here too!)
3 eggs
1/2 cup milk (I used vanilla soy)
3/4 cup pumpkin puree
2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
1 Tbl butter (I used Earth Balance)

In a shallow dish, combine milk, eggs, pumpkin, and pumpkin pie spice. Whisk until eggs are all broken up and well combined.

Heat a skillet over medium heat and add butter to pan.

Soak bread in pumpkin mixture until the bread is saturated. Allow excess batter to drip off and place into hot pan. Cook on each side for about 3-4 minutes or until browned and egg has cooked. Remove from heat and eat immediately.

Enjoy and happy Sunday!!


2 thoughts on “Pumpkin pie french toast

  1. The only thing better for me is if you were here making this for my breakfast. Looks like another great breakfast to try. I might even do it as breakfast for dinner some night this week. Thanks, Aunt Elaine

  2. Hey Elaine, can I come over for breakfast/dinner when you make it!!??? Alyssa, this sounds amazing!!!! Come enjoy the nice fall weather up here. Today is a perfect fall day. 70’s and sunny. Come on up….I know someone who wants to meet you if you do. Big hugs, Aunt Patti

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