French Toast On Blackstone Griddle is one of my go-to Blackstone Griddle Breakfast!! It is always a hit with guests and is a fast way to make a lot of food! Also works for meal prep for breakfast for the week!
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Now, if you are new to Blackstone or eyeing getting one, let me just say get one. I have the 17-inch Blackstone, which I now use on job sites and when we camp. My back deck has 36-inch Blackstone, which has made many meals.
Blackstone French Toast Ingredients:
French Toast Alternate Ingredients:
- Amaretto Syrup
- Brown Sugar
- French Vanilla Creamer
- Heavy Cream
- Orange Zest
- Orange Juice
- Agave Syrup
how to make french toast on a griddle
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Start your griddle on low-medium heat and make your French Toast Egg mixture.
In a large bowl, crack your eggs, put in a splash of milk, and add a splash of vanilla.
Whisk the egg mixture until everything is well-mixed.
Sprinkle in cinnamon and whisk some more.
Once your Blackstone is warmed up, take a paper towel and spread around a little bit of vegetable oil. I do this to ensure the surface won’t stick to the french toast.
Dip your bread in the egg mixture and cover both sides!
Place the bread on the griddle and do this until your griddle is full. I got a whole loaf of Texas Toast bread on my 36-inch griddle.
After a couple of minutes, check to see if the egg mixture is cooked, and flip to the other side when ready. A long spatula from the Blackstone Accessory kit will make the French toast flipping much easier!
Once the second side of the French Toast is cooked, remove it and serve!!
If you are making more French Toast (we made a second loaf of bread to have leftovers), use the Blackstone Scrapper to remove any food debris and reoil a bit more.
Repeat the process until you are out of bread!
Turn off the griddle, clean the griddle, and reoil the griddle so that when it has cooled off, you can cover and store your griddle.
Additional French Toast Toppings:
- Peach Topping
- Whip Cream
- Peanut Butter
- PB & J
- Huckleberry Syrup
- Boysenberry Syrup
- Strawberry Syrup
- Maple Syrup
- Chocolate Syrup
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What To Serve With French Toast On The Blackstone:
Types Of Bread To Use:
How To Store griddle french toast
Once your French toast has cooled store it in a ziploc bag or in an air-tight container for up to five days in the fridge. You can freeze French toast for up to three months in the freezer.
Storing leftovers properly requires the right tools! My preferred storage method is if the leftovers can be sealed in a food saver. If not, then an air-tight container or Ziploc bag for the fridge is the way I go. The air-tight container and a freezer Ziploc bag are the next best bet for freezing the leftovers. I also use a food scale to measure portions into serving sizes.
What do you serve with French Toast??
Amazing Blackstone Recipes
From Fajitas to Fried Rice and Breakfast, there isn’t much you can’t cook on a Blackstone. I love to use mine to make family dinners and use my leftover smoked foods in new recipes!
- Blackstone Recipes
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- How to Make Blackstone Fajitas
- Blackstone Grilled Cheese
- How To Make Blackstone Fried Rice
- Blackstone Breakfast Recipes
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French Toast On Blackstone Griddle
- Start your griddle on a low-medium heat and start to make your French Toast Egg mixture.
- In a large bowl crack your eggs, put in a splash of milk, and add a splash of vanilla.
- Whisk the egg mixture until everything is well mixed.
- Sprinkle in cinnamon and whisk some more.
- Once your Blackstone is warmed up take a paper towel and spread around a little bit of vegetable oil. I do this to make sure that the surface won't stick to the french toast.
- Dip your bread in the egg mixture and make sure both sides are covered!
- Place the bread on the griddle and do this until your griddle is full, I was able to get a whole loaf of Texas Toast bread on my 36 inch griddle.
- After a couple of minutes check to see if the egg mixture will is cooked and flip to the other side when ready. A long spatula from the Blackstone Accessory kit will make the French toast flipping so much easier!
- Once the second side of the French Toast is cooked remove and serve!!
- If you are making more French Toast (we made a second loaf of bread to have leftovers) use the Blackstone Scrapper to remove any food debris and reoil a bit more.
- Repeat the process until you are out of bread!
- Turn off the griddle, clean the griddle, and reoil the griddle so when it has cooled off you can cover and store your griddle.