What could be better than a list of delicious French breakfast foods? The only thing I can think of is a feast of delicious French breakfast foods plated and stationed on the table in front of you, ready to consume.
I’m a big fan of all things related to France, especially when it comes to their long history of culinary genius. In my opinion, no one knows breakfast food quite as well as the French.
If you want to improve your breakfast food repertoire, impress your in-laws, or try something new, consider checking out these delightful French breakfast foods. You won’t be disappointed.
Let’s start with the classic beignets recipe, a
favorite French pastry you can often buy from street vendors if you’re wandering the streets of Paris.
You can make Beignets in several different ways. I like to fill mine with pastry cream, but you can leave them with nothing on the inside if you want.
The dough is sweet enough on its own, after all.
If you’ve never had a crepe, you need to fix that immediately.
Crepes are essential to life, especially if you want to master French breakfast foods.
These buckwheat crepes are gluten-free and surprisingly healthy.
You can add your favorite spreads, fresh fruit, or whipped cream to add something sweet to the otherwise savory pastry.
Did you know you don’t have to drive to your favorite coffee shop to have a delicious café au lait?
Steamed milk dolloped on fresh, strong coffee with a bit of cinnamon or nutmeg sprinkled on top is a great way to start your morning.
You shouldn’t be intimidated by making pastry in your kitchen. If you want to master French breakfast foods, you’ll have to grow accustomed to them.
But if you don’t want to try it just yet, you can still buy puff pastry from the store!
These apple turnovers will be delicious no matter what you decide, but make sure to try them.
our favorite apples to bake with.
Croissants are a historically French delicacy, although an Austrian pastry inspired them.
Since they first appeared in France, croissants have made their mark in the world of breakfast food.
I love making my croissants. Once I got the hang of them, I found that they weren’t nearly as intimidating as their buttery, flaky texture would have me believe.
Do you know what happens when combining French breakfast and
comfort food? This delicious egg sandwich!
Mornay sauce is the beautiful thing that sets this egg sandwich apart from all other egg sandwiches.
If you’re making French food, you need to prepare a lot of pastry, a lot of sweet dough, and a lot of butter.
That’s where these breakfast puffs make their appearance.
I love these breakfast puffs because they have a delightful nutmeg flavor baked within them and a delicious coating of cinnamon sugar. Seriously, they’re so good.
French crullers are essentially crunchy French donuts. That’s not the technical term, but that’s how I like to think of them.
I like these French crullers because they’re not nearly as heavy as some of the
other donuts you might have experienced.
I like to add a little cinnamon to the glaze for these crullers!
You might not want to serve only hot chocolate for breakfast, but you could add hot chocolate to your breakfast menu if you’re with someone special.
This hot chocolate calls for a lot of creams and a lot of dark chocolate. And if it’s not thick enough, all you have to do is add the more dark chocolate.
We will take a break from sweets and pastries and move toward something healthier for breakfast.
That’s where these radishes come in.
French radishes are smaller and more elongated than other radishes.
You get a surprisingly delightful breakfast when you add them to butter and toast with a dash of salt.
other creative toast toppings if you like this one!
If you’ve never had French scrambled eggs, then you’re probably going to be surprised when you experience these for the first time.
French scrambled eggs come off almost like custard. The trick is mixing in a lot of butter, milk, and heavy cream.
These are staples in French cooking, and their eggs are no exception.
I’m sure you wondered when French toast would appear on this list.
Well, here they are! You’re going to love this authentic French toast recipe.
I love French toast because it’s sweet and decadent but also loaded with protein because of the egg batter you use for the eggs.
You can easily make it a healthy breakfast by using whole-wheat toast, but there are
plenty of bread options for French toast.
other French toast recipes if you want to mix it up!
French toast shows up again in the form of these delicious roll-ups.
It’s more of a dessert-like breakfast, but it’s a great way to make something elegant that’s easy and tasty.
The best tip I can give you for these tasty breakfast treats is: you can never have too much cinnamon.
If you’re ever in doubt, add more cinnamon. No one is going to complain.
I’m excited to share pain au chocolat with you because pain au chocolat is probably my favorite French breakfast food ever created.
What could be better than a flaky, buttery croissant filled with delicious chocolate?
I prefer dark chocolate, but you can
use any kind of chocolate you like. Maybe even try white chocolate!
If you like egg casserole, then you’ll love eggs en cocotte.
It’s a very special baked egg dish that I first tried in France and have been raving about ever since.
I love using individual ramekins for this breakfast because they look cute and fancy.
I love crepes, so I was going to include them more than once on this list of French breakfast foods.
These breakfast crepes are exceptionally unique because of the addition of eggs. I love that extra protein boost.
I don’t think anyone makes omelettes as well as the French. They have a delightful method of creating thin and creamy omelettes.
The trick is not to over-stuff these omelettes with extra veggies or meat. Just follow the recipe and enjoy the result!
French baked toast with cream and eggs is not a breakfast you can eat daily. But it’s an excellent treat for a weekend brunch!
The cream-soaked toast can be any bread you want, but I like whole wheat bread. You could also use a nice, thick
If you love
French foods, these French breakfast dishes are the perfect way to start the day.
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