Mother’s Day French Toast Waffles Breakfast

Are you looking for an easy Mother’s Day breakfast solution?  Then look no further than here!  This French Toast Waffle is so easy for dad and the kiddos to make together to spoil mom on her day.
French Toast Waffles - Mother's Day Breakfast
 

4.8 from 13 reviews
French Toast Waffles
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 Tbsp margarine, melted
  • 1 Tbsp Caramel Syrup (the kind you use in coffee)
  • 2 eggs
  • 8 slices of thickly cut bread (day old or frozen)
Instructions
  1. Whisk together milk, sugar, margarine, syrup and eggs.
  2. Place bread slices in a shallow dish or pan with edges and pour mixture over top. Let stand 2 minutes, turn bread and let stand another 3 minutes.
  3. Preheat waffle iron and then coat with non-stick spray.
  4. Place 2 bread slices on waffle iron. Cook 4 minutes.
  5. Repeat with the rest of the bread slices.
Notes
Adapted slightly from thespiffycookie.com

French Toast Waffles
But presentation is everything – so bringing mom her breakfast and a morning cup of coffee or tea on Mother’s Day in a signature Gail Pittman Honeysuckle mug will just complete the package!  Gail Pittman is a delightful, creative, innovative Southern lady from Jackson, MS, whose hand-painted tableware and home decor designs have been celebrated throughout the country.
Gail Pittman Honeysuckle Mugs

As a special Mother’s Day gift to me, I was sent a set of four mugs from Gail Pittman’s “Honeysuckle” collection.   Sitting with this new mug filled with coffee the other day, I could sense the experience in the creation of this pattern from Gail’s description below.  My grandparents had a honeysuckle vine at their home and we spent many twilight evenings on their front porch breathing in the intense fragrance while playing with our cousins on the lawn.  Sweet memories of good times gone by.
Gail Pittman, Honeysuckle Mug
I found these mugs to be unique in design and of high quality.  I love the hand painted spring colors on these mugs, the rose and green colors.  Gail Pittman’s signature on the bottom of each hand painted mug let’s you know that they are authentic, and mom will be please to know that these pieces are both microwave and dishwasher safe.
Gail Pittman Authentic Pottery Fine Stoneware
Whether your already a Gail Pittman Collector or just looking for a change to your table scape, Gail Pittman fine stoneware has colors and patterns to suit everyone’s tastes. Come check out the entire Honeysuckle collection, which includes an array of beautiful and functional pieces.
Win a set of 4 Gail Pittman Honeysuckle Mugs
Thanks to Gail Pittman, one of my readers will also have the chance to win a set of the four Honeysuckle Mugs, that’s a value of $112.00!

This giveaway is only open to U.S. residents ages 18+. No PO Boxes. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and will be randomly chosen. By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read and agree to the Privacy Statement and Giveaway Rules posted on our site. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.  Giveaway ends May 4th, 2015 at 11:59 PM CST.

103 thoughts on “Mother’s Day French Toast Waffles Breakfast

  1. Everything on the site was beautiful. I love pottery, dishes, etc. I think I got that from my Mother. If I have to pick a favorite I would choose the Gardenview 16″ Round Platter.

  2. I like the simply Gail blue square plate. Can’t wait to make French toast in my wafflemaker. I’ve had success making cornbread this way but I screwed up on the brownies.

  3. I love the Chip N Dip Stand & Rectangle Stand and think that this would look awesome on a table with chips and dips, at brunch with bagels and butter or on a buffet table.

  4. What a lovely table it will be when you add these mugs with the matching pitcher. But then again the bowls are fabulous.

  5. I really like the Tango collections. The Tango 6″ Spoonrest would be a perfect fit for my kitchen and to start the collection.

  6. I really like the China Town 9″ Scalloped Bowl. It would be great for when we had company over!

  7. I love the green apple plates. I actually already have a Gail Pittman bowl I bought when I lived in Mississippi many years ago. A friend introduced me to this lovely pottery!

  8. Of all the choices I would choose the mugs that match and ditch my old chipped worn out ones. These are adorable and large enough for a decent morning cup of joe.!!!

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