Top Rated French Recipes

Not just for coffee anymore — break out that morning press and fill it with local honey, spiced organic rum, diced apples, sliced lemons, a spoonful of loose-leaf spearmint tea, and piping hot apple cider. 
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This sandwich gives a nod to the ingredients that compose a French mountain dish called tartiflette. The two stars of the dish are an exquisite cave-aged French mountain cheese called Comté and a rather strong cheese called Reblochon. Don't worry if you don't like strong cheeses, though. Brie or Camembert make fine substitutions. Bacon and onions round out the traditional dish, and usually potatoes do, too. But here, the potatoes are part of the bread.
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The small tub of French’s Crunchy Onion can immediately evoke memories of holiday dinners, passing the legendary green bean casserole dish around to eager eaters. But this beloved product is too flavorful to enjoy just once a year. Make everyday a holiday by featuring your main dish coated in the crunchy goodness.
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blueberry French toast
“This French toast could also be used as a bread pudding for a lightly sweet dessert. At The Center we serve it at breakfast with Greek yogurt for added protein,” says Executive Chef Peggy Parten. “Just a little drizzle of maple syrup and it is a perfect brunch.” French toast needs a night to absorb its juices, so start this recipe the day before you plan to serve it.Recipe excerpted from The Center for Discovery cookbook Feeding the Heart: Recipes, Flavors and the Seed to Belly Philosophy of the Department of Nourishment Arts.
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French Meringue
Don't be intimidated by fancy French cooking. This versatile meringue recipe is simple to make and has just two — that's right, just two — ingredients. Save the egg yolks for another use, like emulsifying salad dressing. Click here to see the Swiss Meringue Recipe.
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Shannon Sturgis
This recipe takes creativity to a whole new level with Baileys Original Irish Cream.Created by Mixologist Michael Lay
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Stuffed French Toast
Impress yourself and your friends by serving this easy, decadent, yet healthy breakfast.  Stuffed French toast is generally loaded with unhealthy fats and calories. This recipe, though, is made with fresh fruit, almond butter, whole grain bread, and toasted walnuts for a warm, gooey morning treat.  Berries pack a solid antioxidant punch.  The small, yet mighty berry may well protect you from heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, macular degeneration, and more.  Ridiculously easy to make, beautiful on the plate, and healthy yet scrumptious to eat, your guests will definitely be asking for this recipe on their way out your door.
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French Toast Turkey Burger
Breakfast for dinner is a pretty regular thing for me — I love me some French toast or a waffle on a weeknight. This recipe happened, sort of, on accident. I was craving a burger but also French toast. Instead of choosing one or the other, I decided to make both and put them together. It was a great decision, as this burger is absolutely delicious! Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Bananas Foster French Toast
Is it dessert? Is it breakfast? Who cares! All that matters is that your guests will fall in love with this delicious and sweet brunch recipe. Who could turn down something that looks this delicious?
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Challah French Toast
Challah makes some of the best French toast because of its spongey texture and buttery flavor. Buy a round loaf or long braided loaf of it to use for French toast — a great way to utilize leftover bread from any meal. Click here to see Lazy Sunday Brunch Recipes.
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french toast
This is another breakfast that can be prepared the night before and baked first thing in the morning during all of the hustle and bustle. Everyone will be thrilled to eat this warm and sweet French toast casserole! If it’s Christmas Day, everyone’s minds will be on the presents until this dish hits the table.This recipe is courtesy of Danielle Walker founder of www.againstallgrain.com
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Soup season is almost upon us, and it is time to get out your blankets and prepare your favorite soup. When you need a dish to warm your insides, try making this savory and delicious French onion soup recipe. You can make it right on your stovetop or with your slow cooker. 
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