Waffle French Toast with coconut buttermilk syrup

You know what’s easier than waffles? french toast. And you know what’s easier than cooking french toast in a pan? Cooking french toast on a waffle iron!

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Have you ever tried this before? It’s like the best of both worlds, and it’s definitely my new favorite way to cook french toast. It’s so fast! Top with pineapple and coconut syrup, and it’s like you’ve escaped to a tropical island for breakfast…or something. :)

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Here in Utah, we are lucky to have THE best white bread…which makes for some excellent french toast. We have some friends that always stock up on it when they’re in town.
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I use a glass pie plate for easy dipping, along with a little bit of cinnamon into the milk and egg mixture.
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For the coconut buttermilk syrup, I used my favorite buttermilk syrup recipe, and just added a teaspoon of coconut extract at the very end.

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Here’s the recipe:

Waffle French Toast

6 slices of bread (your choice)
3 eggs
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon cinnamon

Directions: Mix the eggs and milk together. Move mixture into a pie plate for easy dipping. Sprinkle the egg mixture with cinnamon. Dredge both sides of the french toast in the mixture allowing the excess to drip back into the pie plate. Place into warm waffle iron and close until finished cooking.

Coconut Buttermilk Syrup

1 1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup buttermilk
1/2 cup butter or margarine
2 Tablespoons corn syrup
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 teaspoons coconut extract
*Powdered sugar

Directions:
Bring to a boil the first four ingredients (sugar, buttermilk, butter, and corn syrup). Remove from heat and stir in the baking soda. It will bubble up big. Having it off the heat and stirring constantly will help it not boil over. Finish by stirring in the vanilla and the coconut extract.

Dust with powdered sugar and serve with the warm syrup.

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Have a great day!


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Comments

  1. 1

    Hey- we always stock up on in while in town too! We get 8-10 loafs, and freeze it so it last the 20 hour drive back to Minnesota. I’ve been tempted to write a love note to Grandma Sycamore…

  2. 3
    Nancy Marino says:

    Thanks for the great fast & easy recipe Kami. Sounds perfect for her in Fl.

  3. 5

    Thanks for such a great idea! And why did they ever close the Grandma Sycamore bakery in PG where you could buy her bread for $1 a loaf? That’s when I stocked up!

  4. 7

    Buttermilk syrup. Yum!

  5. 9
    beverly says:

    Sounds so Y*U*M*M*Y, can’t wait to try it.
    If I wanted to make the syrup as a gift, do you think it will need to be kept refrigerated and, how long do you think the shelf life is?

  6. 11
    Melissa says:

    YUMMY WHat a great idea…and thank you so much for the yummy sounding coconut syrup WOW i am going to the tropics this morning!

  7. 12

    How have I not heard of this idea!?! My kids LOVE french toast and they love the holes in waffles, but not so much the waffle itself. I can tell our family has a new favorite breakfast already! Thanks for sharing! And the coconut extract addition sounds delish!

  8. 14

    Taking a road trip from MN in two weeks. Will have to look for the stand when we go through Utah! I definitely going to make this when my son is home from Montana next week. MMM, I can smell it already:-)

  9. 15

    I love this recipe! Amazing how something so simple but I never thought of it before. I’d like to post this to my facebook timeline but don’t know how to from this blogsite. Thanks for sharing. Can you send this recipe to Facebook and then I can get it from there?

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