chocolate french toast bites.


I’ve made these delicious french toast cups numerous times in the past few weeks. They’ve quickly become a favorite breakfast for the breakfast lovers over here. And they’re PERFECT for holidays (like valentines day!) because you make them the night before and just make em in the morning. Easy peasy.

Here’s what you’ll need:

– 1 muffin tin- the kind with only 6 compartments (bonus if you can only find a heart one like i could!)

– 1 loaf of day old french bread cut into chunks

– 4 eggs

– 1/2 cup sugar

– 1 1/2 cups half & half

– chocolate chips (the more the better)

– chocolate syrup

Spray the muffin tin with cooking spray. Throw the chunks of bread into the muffin tins. don’t be afraid to overfill them a bit. Sprinkle chocolate chips over the bread- don’t be skimpy. in a separate bow mix the eggs, sugar & half and half. Pour the mixture evenly into each cup. Cover and throw into the fridge to marinate overnight.

In the morning- bake these puppies at 350 for 20-25 minutes. Pop em out of the tin, drizzle them with chocolate syrup and enjoy!


  • Jenny

    OMG I want to make these now! Oh wait my kitchen is all in boxes…. OK first thing I make in Michigan! 🙂

  • ‘don’t be skimpy’ – yummy

  • Yummmmm…we have everything EXCEPT the main ingredient: chocolate. Perhaps we endure the cold and snow today so we can have breakfast for dinner! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Out of control amazing ness!! Want to come bake for me in the morning? 🙂

  • Def adding this to our list! Overnight baked french toast is my favorite, this is right up my alley…. CHOCOLATE!

  • You had me at chocolate + french toast!

  • Sounds delicious!

  • These sound divine!! Are they soggy at all after baking??

  • YUM! I’ll be over in the morning with mimosas!

  • Why must you do this to me? Now I’m craving breakfast AND dessert.

  • I don’t know WHY I am just now finding your blog. You two are so adorable! and this is going on my grocery list this week, Yum!

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