I love all things Pumpkin!  With this great Pumpkin French Toast recipe, my entire family can now enjoy one of my favorite breakfast foods with pumpkin flavors as well.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

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This Pumpkin French Toast is simple and delicious! 

We are continuing our fun with another delicious pumpkin recipe. Today we are making a super easy pumpkin french toast recipe, and I don’t think you will be disappointed.

Watch this video on how easy it is to make pumpkin french toast!

If you love pumpkin and you love french toast then this recipe is for you.

This pumpkin french toast recipe doesn’t take much pumpkin puree so it is perfect if you have left-overs from one of our other pumpkin recipes.

You only need a ½ cup of pumpkin puree.  Also, I enjoy making my own Pumpkin Puree to save even more money.

We also make our own pumpkin pie spice and it’s perfect for all your favorite pumpkin recipes to prepare for your favorite Fall foods.

The best Pumpkin Spice French Toast Recipe.

If you can make french toast then you can easily make this simple recipe on a Sunday morning. Really, this recipe is so easy you can make this any day of the week.

We like to make several batches and freeze our left overs. French toast freezes great and reheats in a toaster or toaster oven beautifully.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! It's so easy.

I don’t know about you, but I cook our french toast on an electric griddle. You can cook usually 6 slices at once, so it saves you a ton of time in the kitchen.

Also they are pretty inexpensive, especially around the holidays. Amazon has a few on sale right now.

You can also use a cast iron griddle if you prefer.  It fits over two burners and also allows me to make several pieces of french toast at once.

I like it because it doesn’t take up any more room on my counter like an electric griddle will. Plus it stores easily in my pantry.

Use whichever you prefer. They both will make wonderful and delicious Pumpkin French Toast!

With the small army I feed every day (I have 8 kids), using a griddle makes my life just a little bit easier since I can cook many pieces at once.

Now that you are prepared with the perfect appliance, let’s learn how to make this simple pumpkin french toast recipe!

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

What do you need to make Pumpkin Spice French Toast? 

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

How to make Pumpkin french toast:

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

First, in a mixing bowl whisk together eggs, milk, pumpkin, brown sugar, vanilla extract and pumpkin spice until well blended.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

Then transfer this egg mixture to a shallow baking dish, like a pie plate or shallow baking pan.

Next pre-heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat (or electric griddle) and then place a small pat of butter in skillet.

When the butter melts, dip a piece of sliced bread in the egg mixture allowing the mixture to absorb for a couple of seconds into the bread.

Then flip the bread over and dip the other side.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

Next cook the bread in skillet or griddle until bottom is browned.

Then flip to cook other side until browned.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

Finally, dust the pumpkin french toast with powdered sugar or serve with butter and syrup. Enjoy!

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

This recipe for Pumpkin Toast is delicious and will easily feed 6 people assuming each person gets 2 slices.

I will normally make a double batch so I can freeze it the leftovers. Freezing is awesome and a great way to help out those busy week day mornings.

Oh… don’t forget – you can make homemade syrup to make this easy recipe even more amazing! It’s also good with pure maple syrup.

The pumpkin flavors in this french toast are so yummy and perfect for a chilly Fall morning.

What type of bread is used for this delicious french toast recipe?

Generally, I use Texas toast or french bread to make this pumpkin breakfast recipe.  However, this recipe is very versatile so you can use whatever type of bread you have in your pantry or your favorite type of bread.

I made this recipe with wheat bread once and it was delicious and easy.  I also told myself it was a healthy version of this recipe! 🙂

Sour dough, cinnamon bread and raisin bread would also taste amazing when used in this recipe.  These flavors combined with the pumpkin in this recipe would compliment each other beautifully and make a delicious Fall breakfast that I think your family will love!

Also, I like to make this recipe when I have bread that is a little stale but still edible.  The egg mixture in this recipe softens the bread and gives is a great pumpkin flavor so the bread doesn’t have to be thrown out.

I love looking for ways to not waste food and turn it into a delicious and new recipe for my family.

What do you serve with this delicious breakfast recipe?

This recipe is delicious and very filling.  You can easily serve this by itself topped with your favorite syrup, butter or sprinkled with powder sugar.   Yummy!

If you are wanting some protein in your breakfast, I like to serve this with scrambled eggs or a serving of sausage or bacon.  The addition of these items help make the breakfast a more well rounded meal for your family.

Also, I love dipping the sausage or bacon in the left over syrup on my plate.  I love the sweetness that the syrup adds to them.

How do you freeze left over french toast?

French toast freezes great!  I like to make at least a double batch of this recipe (or even 3-4 batches) when I make it and I freeze the leftovers so I have an easy breakfast on hand for busy and hectic weekday mornings.

To freeze the leftovers, I put them on the cooking sheet or large baking dish.  Then I put them in the freezer for at least an hour on this sheet to flash freeze them so they don’t stick together in the freezer bag.

After this time, I remove the bread from the cooking sheet and store them in a freezer bag until I’m ready to serve them.

To defrost these, I remove how many slices I need from the bag for breakfast and heat them up in either a microwave or toaster oven.  It really is that easy and simple to do!

Your kids will be impressed when they get to enjoy this delicious pumpkin french toast on a weekday and not just on a Saturday!

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

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Pumpkin French Toast Recipe

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Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast. It’s so easy to make. 
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Servings 6
Cuisine American
Course Breakfast
Author Eating on a Dime

Ingredients

  • 12 slices Thick Sliced White Bread Texas Toast
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup Pumpkin Puree
  • 3/4 cup Milk
  • 3 tbsp Brown Sugar
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • 2 tsp Pumpkin Spice
  • 2 tbsp Butter for skillet

Instructions

  • In a mixing bowl whisk together eggs, milk, pumpkin, brown sugar, vanilla extract and pumpkin spice until well blended.
  • Transfer this egg mixture to a shallow baking dish, like a pie plate or shallow baking pan.
  • Next pre-heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat (or electric griddle) and then place a small pat of butter in skillet and allow the butter to melt.
  • Dip a piece of sliced bread in the egg mixture and allow the mixture to absorb for a couple of seconds into the bread.
  • Then flip the bread over and dip the other side.
  • Cook the bread on the skillet or griddle until the bottom is browned.
  • Then flip to cook other side until browned as well.
  • Remove from the pan and dust the pumpkin french toast with powdered sugar or serve with butter and syrup. 

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You might also enjoy Pumpkin French Toast with pumpkin butter.

I make Crock Pot Pumpkin Butter Recipe and it is so delicious on this Pumpkin French Toast. It’s so easy to make in the slow cooker so you must try this pumpkin butter!

It just tastes like Fall and your entire house will smell amazing when you are cooking this recipe!  I think it tastes similar to pumpkin custard.

If you enjoy this recipe, you might also like Overnight French Toast Casserole Recipe. I bet it could easily be modified to make Pumpkin French Toast Bake Casserole.

Pumpkin French Toast recipe is the perfect fall breakfast!

Yum! The smell of french toast in the house is so comforting and your kids will have wonderful memories.

The entire family will enjoy eating this delicious Pumpkin French Toast. We keep some in the freezer to pull out for busy school mornings.

It’s so nice to have this handy and the kids think it’s a real treat.

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What are you waiting for?  I promise, your family will thank you!

We love all things pumpkin in the Fall. I may even start a little earlier because I can’t wait.

It’s such a wonderful time of year when all the leaves start to turn beautiful colors. Fall just makes me want to get in the kitchen and bake.

There is something so tasty about Pumpkin everything!

You also have to try Crock Pot Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Casserole Recipe. It has all the pumpkin flavor you love and is so easy in the slow cooker.

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

This recipe is sure to be a hit!

Gather the family and make this breakfast or brunch everyone will enjoy. These are the things memories are made of.

We all have those recipes from childhood that bring back fond memories. This delicious Pumpkin French Toast Recipe will be a special recipe for your children to look back on with fondness.

It is very budget friendly as well. I love to use day old bread in this recipe to save more time and food.

You can make good use of stale bread and turn it into something new. It’s so yummy!

Please let us know what you think once you try this Pumpkin French toast recipe.  

The kids enjoy it with an ice cold cup of milk. I like it with a cup of coffee.

And I may or may not add a little pumpkin spice creamer to that cup of coffee. 🙂

However you enjoy this meal, everyone will love it and ask for more. I can’t make this fast enough because the kids gobble it up so quickly.

Learn how to make pumpkin pie spice at home when you don’t have any on hand. It only takes a few minutes to make and it’s so easy.

You might also like Crock Pot Pumpkin Butter Recipe.  It is so yummy and makes biscuits, french toast, pancakes and more absolutely amazing!

Try this easy Pumpkin French Toast recipe this fall. You are going to love this easy pumpkin french toast that is perfect for breakfast! A simple breakfast.

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  1. Instead of using a puree plus the extract, spice & brown sugar why not use the canned pumpkin pie filling that has all that? Sounds delicious.