Easy French Toast Cup Recipe

Hungry for something fun for breakfast? As you know, I’ve been obsessed with stuffing things into muffin tins and baking them up. When I was at the grocery store the other day grabbing some frozen pancakes, I had a “oh yeah” moment when I spotted the frozen french toast. It may be the last freezer breakfast item that I haven’t crammed into my tin for a recipe to date. Well, I did it! Total yums! So good and  I just can’t decide which is my favorite between the French Toast, Waffles or Pancake cups.  I guess it’s good that I don’t really have to choose because they are all fun and yummy.
Easy French Toast Cups #breakfast #recipeMy hubby can’t imagine breakfast without eggs so these cups really come in handy. I’m always trying to beat the breakfast boredom by trying new ways to prepare and serve eggs.  We do omelets, boiled, scrambled… it seems there is only so much you can do day in and day out. So, that’s why these cups help break it up around here!

Also, I finally had a good deal of company over the last week, was super excited to serve up my experimental cups for breakfast and they were a very big hit! Both kids and adults seem to really enjoy eating breakfast in cup form.  Such a simple way to make the morning a little more fun, and you know that is what I am all about!

Seriously, if you haven’t baked something in muffin tins besides muffins… you are really missing out on a world of fun! With pre-made breakfast items, you can throw together a bit of awesome-ness is about 15 minutes. How can you say no to that?

Easy French Toast Cup Recipe


  • Frozen French Toast (I used Aunt Jemima Brand)
  • Non-stick cooking spray


  1. Preheat your oven to 375. Defrost/warm desired amount of frozen french toast in a microwave. Be sure not toast or they will not be pliable. Spray your muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray. Press each piece of french toast delicately and evenly into the center of your muffin tins. Press the sides back gently to form a cup. Cook for 14-16 minutes until crisped. Cool and remove. Add anything you'd like to your cups.
  2. I filled mine with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and bacon.
  3. Top with pancake syrup if desired.


How easy is that?

So, what is your favorite? French Toast, Pancakes or Waffles?

What is your favorite way to eat or prepare eggs?


  1. Seriously, those look GOOD! My family would eat those up. Perhaps I will surprise them soon…

  2. Those really look beyond scrumptious! And easy too!

  3. I’m so making this for the wife and the kids next weekend!

  4. What a cute recipe! I like the little touch on top too. I might try it with strawberries on top instead of bacon for a fun variation.

  5. mmm those look and sound so delicious!

  6. I just had to pin these because they look so good and that bacon…..oh that bacon!!!

  7. Matthew's Mom says:

    This is a good recipe. My toddler crushes these! He can’t get enough of them.

  8. Those look so easy and so good! Thanks for sharing. Now I know what to surprise my husband with for breakfast.

  9. Every breakfast food that I love in one delicious little cup!!! Brilliant!!!

  10. What an easy and delicious idea! I pinned it so I can come back to try it. The only thing is in the directions you mention frozen waffles in the first line, I’m guessing you meant french toast there. Just thought I’d let you know to eliminate any confusion.

  11. Those look yummy and they’re so stinking cute!! I think this might be a good Father’s Day breakfast!

  12. wow this would be great for a family breakfast, they look so great, and tasty~!

  13. These looks wonderfully delicious!!

  14. I love this! I too am obsessed with cooking in muffin tins! Helps with portion control! LOL

  15. This is reminding me that I haven’t eaten breakfast yet. LOL! These look so YUM!

  16. Those look amazing! Totally trying that this weekend.

  17. Yum! My hubby is home tomorrow maybe with him home to help get the day started ill have time to make these!

  18. That looks delicious. Yum!! We’re huge French Toast fans here!

  19. Oh my gosh, these look amazing! So bringing these to the next brunch potluck I’m invited to! Thanks for the post!

  20. Those are so cute!! And they look easy 🙂


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