Cap’n Crunch French Toast

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It’s ok. I cried a little bit too.

This French Toast is everything French Toast wants to be.



Fluffy inside.


You know when you make French Toast it’s rubbery and bland….or at least mine is.

Well Cap’n Crunch solves the problem.

You gaze upon the most perfect breakfast in all the land.

I know this because my kids at it. They never eat anything I make. God forbid they even try it.

Little brats.

Speaking of brats, I was going to make this with the new Cinnamon Roll Cap’n Crunch(I don’t think it’s out in stores yet,the Quaker Company was kind enough to send me a few boxes)

However ,my husband at it all.

I got the whole, “uhhh, you didn’t tell me your were making something with it.”


Back to the Cap’n Crunch French Toast….MAKE IT TOMORROW or today or tonight for dinner!

I am submitting this on the Cap’n Crunch Facebook Page. If you have an amazing recipe that involves the worlds greatest cereal….submit yours too!

See, things don’t stay pretty for long…my family actually has to eat, or so I’ve been told.

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Cap'n Crunch French Toast
Recipe type: Breakfast
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Serves: 3
The most perfect French Toast coated with Cap'n Crunch Cereal.
  • 2 cups Cap'n Crunch Cereal, ground fine
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • 7 slices bread
  • 3 tablespoons Butter
  1. Place the ground Cap'n Crunch on a large plate.
  2. In a bowl big enough to accommodate a slice of bread, mix together the eggs,vanilla and milk.
  3. Melt the butter on a large griddle over medium heat.
  4. Dip each slice of bread into the egg mixture and let any excess drip off.
  5. Dredge the wet bread into the ground Cap'n Crunch. Make sure both sides are evenly coated.
  6. Place the bread onto the griddle and cook for about 2-3 minutes per side or until crispy.
Makes 7 slices of French Toast If you don't have a large flat griddle, you can just make these in a fry pan. Grind your cereal in a blender or food processor. Or you can place it in a freezer zip lock bag and crush it in there as well.

** I did receive 3 boxes of Cap’n Crunch for recipe development**


  1. 1

    Girl, you deserve a big fat kiss for this one.

  2. 2

    Oh man! How delicious can you get!?!!!!!

  3. 3

    To die for!! I saw this on Facebook and drooled a little. YUM! Heaven!! Wish I could have gluten LOL

  4. 4

    This sounds SO good! (and I can’t wait to see the Cinnamon Roll Cap’n Crunch on the shelves!)

  5. 5

    Shut Up Les!!! You mean I have an excuse to actually buy Cap n Crunch? Get outta town! YUM! My Little Guy will think I am the best Gramma eva!
    The other Les
    Leslie Loves Veggies

  6. 6

    Looks so pretty and crunchy and perfect! Haven’t had Captn Crunch in soooo long – love when I have an excuse to buy kiddie cereals.

  7. 7

    How cool!! Capn’ Crunch is my little sister’s favorite cereal, so I’ve got to make this for her. And maybe do a few taste tests for myself as well. 😀

  8. 8

    Seriously! I might be a little addicted to Cap’n Crunch…and french toast…
    SO this is definitely happening!

  9. 9

    I know my kids would love this. There is a donut shop in Portland called VooDoo donuts and they make Capn’ Crunch donuts and they are a best seller…and my boys luv them…I wonder how Capn’ Crunch would taste on chicken as breading? Hmmm…

  10. 10

    hmm, sounds like something Grumpy would say….I literally have to tell him to leave something alone if I have it around to make something with it….Your french toast sounds yummy!

  11. 11

    This is what what my version of heaven would be. YUM

  12. 12

    I have done this before but used granola. I loved the extra crunch and flavor it added!

  13. 13

    Cap’n Crunch also works as a REALLY tasty breading for fried or oven-fried shrimp!

  14. 14

    Do you have to use a griddle? Can you just fry it or whatever on a skillet?

  15. 15

    Nevermind, I didn’t overlooked the fry pan part .. sorry lol