National French Toast Day November 28

National French Toast Day and Recipes from our Innkeepers

Nation French Toast Day is November 28

Each year on November 28th, people across the country enjoy National French Toast Day. Also known as eggy bread or omelet bread, it’s a great breakfast for guests at our Oregon Bed and Breakfasts.

Creamy Orange French Toast

Remember the orange popsicle filled with vanilla ice cream? Who didn’t love them then and who doesn’t still love them now? You’re sure to love the Creamy Orange French Toast at the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast.

National French Toast Day November 28

The Old Parkdale Inn is located in the Upper Hood River Valley on the north slope of Oregon’s tallest peak, Mt. Hood, in the quaint town of Parkdale. Outdoor adventure, farms, wineries and fine dining are nearby

Blueberry Croissant French Toast

This Blueberry Croissant French Toast is a perfect breakfast entrée for both spring and summer, and super pretty when topped with fresh Oregon berries.

Blueberry Croissant French Toast

Coconut French Toast with a Tropical Twist

Coconut French Toast with a Tropical Twist has become a favorite of guests at The Carlton Inn Bed and Breakfast in Carlton, Oregon. Once you’ve tried it you’ll know why!

Coconut French Toast

Built in 1915, The Carlton Inn Bed & Breakfast is located within the charming community of Carlton, known as “The Wine Capital of Oregon.” A short drive and you’ll reach even more places to explore.

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