Keto French Toast Casserole

by KetoFocus.com
5 Stars (11 Reviews) 14 Comments

Never thought you could enjoy French toast on a keto diet? We’re here with a nut-free, keto French toast casserole recipe that’s going to make your mornings super delightful! Dive right into the richness of this delicious keto breakfast casserole recipe and enjoy!

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French Toast Casserole Ingredients

  • 8 eggs
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1/3 cup golden monkfruit or golden sweetener
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Keto French Toast Casserole Directions

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a bite of casserole taken out of french toast with a strawberry slice on top

Ready to make your mornings more delicious with this keto french toast casserole? With the richness of cinnamon and underlying soft sweetness, this low carb french toast bake is the best breakfast ever! This breakfast casserole makes a silky french toast that melts on your tongue.  Each slice of baked french toast is perfectly sweet on it’s own but go ahead and add your favorite toppings – like fresh berries, keto syrup or fresh whipped cream. And, on top of everything, this keto breakfast casserole can be made ahead too! Whip it up for breakfast or make it on your meal prep day to enjoy throughout the week. You can even slice this french toast casserole thin to make keto french toast sticks to dip in syrup!

If you have made my regular keto french toast recipe, you probably know that I make it out of an egg loaf first and use this as my keto bread. Then slice up the keto egg loaf to form thick slices of bread that I fry on the skillet to make low carb french toast in the skillet.

baked french toast casserole topped with berries and sugar free powdered sweetener in a casserole dish

Is French Toast Keto?

Usually, French toast is not keto since it is traditionally made with white bread or brioche, which is full of gluten and carbs. There are some keto breads that you can use to make a keto french toast; however, they bread that you can buy at the grocery store are made with wheat protein and are not gluten-free. Making french toast using this type of low carb bread may cause inflammation.

This recipe for keto french toast casserole combines egg, cream cheese and coconut flour to create a bread based casserole that is similar to french toast. Serve along with a cold glass of almond milk for a sweet breakfast in the morning.

 

Make Your Casserole Fruity!

Ready to add a fruity twist to your keto breakfast casserole? You can add anything from raspberries and strawberries to blackberries and blueberries. All of these berries are keto approved since they are low in sugar plus they will also be a nutritious addition to your french toast casserole. The pinks, reds, and blues of the berries will take the keto French toast to another level! It won’t just be a treat for your taste buds, but it will also be a delight to your eyes! Your mouth will water when you smell the delicious wafts of this rich French toast. Bring this breakfast bake to a brunch to impress the other guests with your cooking skills.

If you want to go an extra step, try adding nuts to the recipe. It will add a delectable crunch to the keto french toast bake, making it even more scrumptious. The best thing about this recipe is that it works well with any kind of nuts from almonds and peanuts to walnuts and pecans. Just chop ‘em up and enjoy the extra nutty flavor!

sticking a fork in a slice of french toast

Sugar-Free Syrups for Your Breakfast Casserole

Who says you can’t enjoy a sweet syrup with your keto french toast without worrying about the carbs? With Choc Zero’s sugar-free maple syrup, you don’t have to worry about that anymore! Their classic maple flavor syrup has just 1 gram of carbs per serving! It’s also thick, gooey and rich. They have other flavors to choose from as well – from Vanilla, chocolate, maple pecan and maple vanilla. If you want, you can also try Lakanto’s delicious sugar-free maple-flavored syrup for this recipe.

You can pour these syrups over anything you like, from your keto French toast and keto pancakes to your grain free granola and even your tea or coffee! It will be perfect for sweetening up your day without the extra carbs!

Substitutions

If you don’t like the taste of coconut flour, and want to substitute with almond flour, you can. You will need to add more almond flour, so try 1/2 cup almond flour. You can completely omit the coconut flour all together, especially if you are allergic to nuts.

Make Ahead Morning Casserole & Leftovers

Once the keto French toast casserole has cooled down to room temperature, put it in an air-tight container and place it in your fridge. You can save it for up to 5 days in the fridge and even up to 2 months in the freezer. But make sure to tuck it in a secret spot in the fridge or else it will disappear! This low carb breakfast recipe makes the ideal breakfast to make ahead of time to eat throughout the week. It’s a great option if you are looking for an overnight french toast casserole recipe to serve on Christmas morning.

You can enjoy the French toast cold or warm it up in the microwave or oven for a minute. Enjoy!

a slcie of french toast casserole topped with strawberries

Nutritional information & Macros

Nutrition Information

Keto French Toast Casserole

Servings: 8

Amount Per Serving
Calories 285
Fat 26.5g
Protein 8.5g
Total Carbs 3.1g
Net Carbs 1.8g

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14 Comments

  1. I love your recipes! And your easy manor in which you make it. You make me feel like I can make these recipes. Thank you.

  2. I tried the French Toast Casserole and it’s sooooo easy to do and sooooooo yummy!!!! I divided in 6 potions. Thanks for these amazing recipes!

  3. This French toast is excellent!! It is wonderful for breakfast. Also, it reminds me of flan, so I serve it for dessert. Thank you for this wonderful recipe!

  4. Love this French toast! My husband said it reminds him of cheesecake. Thanks again for another great recipe!

  5. Seriously my favorite keto recipe. I was nervous but it turned out perfect. Just like bread and the “crust” is just like the real thing. I reheat it in a pan with some butter and amazing. The other half loves it, too..

  6. This was so easy to make and delicious! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe. I just started Keto a month ago and your recipes have really helped to make this life change so much easier for me.

  7. I made this keto French toast for a “breakfast for dinner” recipe. I love French toast, and I’m picky about what’s good. My husband and I have been doing Keto for about three weeks, and we greatly enjoyed this French toast. I’m adding it to my recipe rotation for sure! Highly recommend!!

  8. So delicious! Having this in the morning sure makes breakfast feel special. Thank you for such a wonderful recipe!

  9. Great recipe!! I used an 11 x 7 casserole dish and it cooked in just over 30 minutes, enjoyed a piece right out of the dish with a bit of powdered sweetener on top. I’m going to freeze individual portions for a grab-n-go breakfast!

  10. This was absolutely delicious, baked it while I as at the gym this morning, what a treat to come home to!! Thank you!

  11. Can I use SWERVE BROWN SUGAR as a substitute for GOLDEN MONK FRUIT SWEETENER?

    Or maybe a mix of swerve brown and regular monk fruit sweetener?

    Thanks!

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