Hey guys, back at it again bringing you guys my all-time favorite breakfast recipe made by yours truly; croissant french toast <3 <3 <3

Every Sunday morning I get to sleep in til 11ish AM and my whole family is home so I get to make breakfast. It’s super easy if you ask me, I don’t really use measuring cups, I sorta just eyeball things out and it never fails. I love french toast, like I mean love french toast, people be like “but waffles, but pancakes” and IM LIKE NOOOOOOOO NOOOOO, no thank you, I’ll stick to french toast.

I think my love for french toast started when I was in like 4th grade and I would play a game called   “restaurant story” on my iPod touch and the thing that took the shortest to “make” was the french toast. I just remember how good it would look and I just wanted it all the time. I also use to play online on this website called wambi that had games and little featured articles and one time they had a french toast recipe one!!! I made it and messed it up but badly but my sister helped me out the second time and it was soooo good.

Vivians buttery french toast

You’ll need:

  • 4 whole- already made Crossiants from the grocery store ( I get mine from either sams club or costco, the 12ct)
  • 1/2 cup of milk (whatever you like! I usually use 2% milk)
  • 1 1/2 tbsps of ground cinnamon
  • 2 tsp of sugar
  • 1 whole egg
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  1. Slice croissants in half, set aside (like if you were gonna cut it to make a sandwich) You’ll have 8 slices.
  2. preheat stovetop to medium/low heat, spray griddle with cooking spray of choice ( I use canola spray).
  3. In a mixing bowl add milk, egg, sugar, grounded cinnamon, and vanilla extract. Whisk mixture till everything is well combined.
  4. Dip slices of croissants in mixing bowl, and place on griddle.
  5. cook till they look golden brown on each side.

( I usually cook them like 6mins on each side, but just keep flipping to make sure they’re not burning. adjust heat as you go)

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They’re amazing and I like to top them off with powder sugar, whatever fruit I have I’ll slice some up, and instead of maple syrup, I prefer honey. This recipe pairs very well with eggs! If you try it please let me know what you think…