Cinnamon Roll French Toast Egg Bake
The Cinnamon Roll French Toast egg bake has become a ohsnapmacros reader favorite! Is it a cinnamon roll, is it french toast or is it a egg bake?? The flavors of all three dishes combined make this a winner for all. Whether it’s a special holiday, brunch with friend or simply meal prep this egg bake has you covered.
This Cinnamon Roll French Toast Egg Bake makes the perfect holiday brunch with family and friends.
When you pull it out of the oven and slice into it you’ll see all the beautiful layers and the syrup puddling around the bottom to give the already delicious sweet bread that extra flavor.
My favorite way to serve this is with breakfast sausage of any kind. You could also add cinnamon roll frosting, your favorite french toast toppings like berries, powdered sugar and additional syrup or simply enjoy it as it is.
Perfect for Sunday mornings, holiday mornings, brunch with friends or meal prep. Reheats great and stores in the fridge for 4-5 days.
Bring it up a couple notches by topping it with the icing from these Pumpkin Pie Apple Tarts!!
Meal prep: this can be cut into servings and stored in the fridge in a air tight container for 5-6 days. I usually make 1 batch and eat throughout the week for breakfast.
Alternate ingredients: swap milk with non-dairy alternative. Blueberries with other fruit. Brown sugar with sugar alternative like swerve according to their measurement comparisons.
Flavor Additions: pumpkin pie spice, egg nog has been used in the Cinnamon Roll French Toast Egg Bake as a milk alternative, coffee creamer would work also.
Note: this recipe will taste like eggs. It is a egg bake.
“ohsnapmacros – Cinnamon Roll French Toast Egg Bake”
|8 Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls|
|1/2 cup brown sugar|
|1 Tbsp. ground cinnamon|
|32oz. container of egg whites - entire container|
|1/4 cup whole milk|
|3 Tbsp. light pancake syrup|
|pinch of salt|
|1/4 cup (40g) powdered sugar|
|1/2 scoop Gold Standard Whey Vanilla Ice Cream protein powder (15g)|
|3 tbsp whole milk|
|NOT INCLUDED IN MACROS - see last section of directions|