Oreo French Toast

Oreo French Toast 

Are you ready for a breakfast that is both indulgent and delicious? Look no further than this  amazing Oreo French Toast recipe! Combining the classic flavors of French toast with the  beloved chocolate and cream of Oreos, this recipe is sure to become a new favorite in your  household. 

What you will need to create this fun sweet breakfast: Brioche Bread, Eggs, Oreo’s Heavy  Whipping Cream, Vanilla Extract, Cream Cheese, Powdered Sugar, Whole Milk, Mixing Bowls,  Whisk, Skillet, and Electric Mixer. 

Oreo French Toast


6-8 slices Brioche Bread 

4 eggs 

½ cup heavy whipping cream 

½ cup crushed Oreo’s 

½ teaspoon vanilla extract 

Cream Syrup Topping 

4oz. Cream Cheese, softened to room temperature 

½ cup powdered sugar 

¼ cup whole milk, more if you are wanting a thinner consistency 

½ teaspoon vanilla extract  


  1. Whisk together eggs, heavy whipping cream, crushed Oreo’s, and vanilla extract. 2. Dip sliced brioche bread into the egg wash, coating evenly on both sides. 3. Cook coated bread on a lightly greased griddle or skillet over medium heat until  browned on both sides.  
  2. Create cream syrup
  3. Add cream cheese, powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla extract to a mixing bowl  and use an electric mixer to cream together until smooth. 
  4. Add French toast to plates and drizzle cream syrup over. Top with fresh whipped cream  and remaining crushed Oreo’s. 
  5. Serve and Enjoy. 

Tips and FAQ’s 
  • What is the best type of bread to use when making French toast?  

o Brioche: This rich, buttery bread is perfect for French toast, as it has a tender  crumb and a slightly sweet flavor. 

o Sourdough: This tangy, slightly dense bread adds a unique flavor to French toast  and holds up well to the egg mixture. 

o Texas toast: This thick-sliced white bread is often used for making French toast  as it can hold up well to the egg mixture and has a soft texture. 

  • Ultimately, the type of bread you use for French toast will depend on your personal preferences  and what is available to you. Just make sure to choose a bread that is sturdy enough to hold up  to the egg mixture and has a flavor that complements the sweetness of the French toast. 
  • Use stale bread: Fresh bread can become too soggy when dipped in the egg mixture,  which can result in a mushy French toast. Using slightly stale bread will help it hold up  better to the egg mixture and give your French toast a better texture. 
  • Don’t over-soak the bread: While it’s important to let the bread soak up the egg  mixture, be careful not to over-soak it. This can result in a soggy and heavy French toast.  Aim for about 30 seconds on each side, or until the bread is just saturated with the egg  mixture. 

Oreo French Toast recipe is a must-try for anyone who loves indulgent breakfasts and desserts.  This recipe combines the classic flavors of French toast with the rich and chocolatey taste of  Oreos, resulting in a truly decadent and delicious breakfast or brunch treat. With just a few  simple ingredients and easy steps, you can impress your family and friends with this amazing  dish. So go ahead and give this recipe a try – your taste buds will thank you!

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