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Chocolate Berries French Toast

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

You know a recipe is good when you just want to share it with every single person in the room, and you can't stop talking about how easy it is to make + when you don't stop getting asked how you made it. This was the case with this Chocolate Berries French Toast.

To say it's amazing it's a complete understatement, seriously you all this is one of the most delicious breakfasts I've ever made! And it's not only a great recipe to make for your family on a Sunday morning, but it's also a great recipe to make for a morning get-together or for an afternoon tea time with friends (or coffee time if that's more your thing), and while I definitely love to add a heaping spoonful of chocolate spread and some berries you can top it with almost anything. I've also made this recipe with banana and caramel and it's just as good and crowd pleaser as the chocolate and berries one.

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

Traditional french toasts are made with sandwich bread but to keep things elevated and a bit more Parisian I went with a baguette. Truth is, you can use any crusty bread and the result would be just as delicious.

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

I cooked them in a skillet until they were crunchy in the borders and soft and lovely in the middle, but another great (and faster!) way to cook them is in the oven as a casserole. To make them in a casserole just place all your bread slices already dunk into the egg and milk mixture and bake for around 30 minutes. It doesn't get any easier than that.

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

Once they are done serve them with a pot of coffee and some mix-ins and you just got yourself a breakfast bar perfect to share with family and friends.

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

 Chocolate Berries French Toast

Chocolate Berries French Toast


  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup milk
  • ½ tbsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 french baguette sliced
  • ¼ cup chocolate spread
  • ¼ cup berries


  1. Preheat your oven at 350F.
  2. Whisk the egg, milk, and vanilla extract in a bowl.
  3. Dip the bread slices and take them to a casserole.
  4. Take the casserole to the oven and bake for 35 minutes.
  5. Serve and top with chocolate spread and berries.

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  1. This looks amazing. I love chocolate and would love to have chocolate for breakfast!

  2. I love french toast and this looks so yummy! How can anything be bad with chocolate?!

  3. I will take a serving of this French Toast any day. Never though about combining chocolate with the berries and toast. This looks like a weekend recipe I need.

  4. Mmm, this is the perfect breakfast or brunch. I am bookmarking so I can make it this weekend! Thanks!

  5. Oh wow, that looks amazing! This is a nice twist to our usual French Toast. I can’t wait to make this for my family.

  6. Now that is a breakfast that would make my whole day happpy. 🙂 Because I workout in the morning, I do limit what I eat in regards to carbs because they do more harm than good. But this would be an awesome treat.

  7. Never considered using french bread for french toast! Looks so good and easy too!

  8. Kathy

    That looks so good! I could go for some of this right now. I can’t wait to try it out. I love that it’s very simple to make with few ingredients too.

  9. This looks so good!! I love french toast this would be amazing for breakfast!

  10. This looks so good. The perfect breakfast to make for my family this weekend.

  11. YUM! We love French Toast! I like to get baguettes on markdown at the store and put them in the freezer for recipes. This would be a great idea for brunch! TY!

  12. This sounds amazing. I would love to have this but I don’t think it’s approved for my diet. Plus, I’m about to try going gluten free.

  13. I’ve been craving french toast terribly. Now, all I can think about is french toast with chocolate!

  14. This looks so scrumptious, I’d love to dig a fork in right now. My kids love this kind of french toast.

  15. Zoey

    This looks tasty! Perfect for Sunday brunch.

  16. Okay, this one looks soooooo good. Very delicious and well presented, I’m going to have to try it!

  17. Cheryl

    I would love to try this for breakfast — or any time.

  18. SUre you could use any bread… but baguettes… <3

  19. Rosie

    I love this idea, and so simple, yet so delish and special. I’d love to have it for any meal not just breakfast!!!

  20. Yes, Good for a Sunday morning breakfast. Chocolate with berries the awesome combo.

  21. Hello,
    French toast is an age old recipe that becomes boring with time. This addition of chocolate and berries will surely make it interesting. Thanks for such an awesome recipe.

  22. I eat french toast regularly for my breakfast. But, eating it in the same way every day sounds boring. I like chocolates and berries too. But never tried this combination. Thanks for sharing a useful recipe. I will surely try it out.

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