You aren’t going to believe how amazing these gluten free blueberry french toast muffins are! These gluten free french toast muffins are kid-approved and really easy to make. You will be so happy you made them when you can grab one and hit the road on those hectic mornings too!
Moist, tender gluten free muffins with an explosion of blueberry flavor in every single bite. You can’t help but beg for more once you taste how amazing they are.
(*This post is sponsored by Franz Gluten Free Bakery. All opinions are my own.)
In the Fearless Dining household, it’s no secret that we LOVE blueberries. We like them fresh, and of course in baked goods.
When Franz Bakery told me they are creating a new gluten free blueberry bread, I knew I had to create something delicious with it! A speedy breakfast is important so I wanted to create a breakfast you can have in a hurry.
You know those mornings when everyone is scrambling to get out the door? Well, these gluten free blueberry muffins can save you a ton of time. You can prepare them ahead of time and pop them in the freezer. Then grab a few out when you wake up, and everyone can eat on the go.
If you love breakfast as much as we do, check out all of my delicious gluten free breakfast recipes!!
In addition to the new gluten free blueberry bread, Franz Bakery sells lots of delicious gluten free bread, bagels, hot dog, and hamburger buns. You can check it all out here. Their new blueberry bread is full of yummy blueberries!!
I have created quite a few delicious recipes with Franz Gluten Free Breads over the past year. Check out some of these delicious recipe ideas:
- Gluten Free French Toast Cheesecake
- Grilled Brie and Apple Sandwich
- Gluten Free Eggnog Bread Pudding
- Strawberry Ricotta Stuffed French Toast
- Homemade Pumpkin Spice Croutons
You know those days when nothing seems to go right, and it’s crazy as can be? Well, these gluten free blueberry muffins can save you a huge headache. You can prepare them ahead of time and pop them in the freezer.
Then grab a few out when you wake up, and everyone can eat on the go. We don’t do this all the time, but there are many mornings we just need that extra boost of help and these french toast muffins are perfect.
If you are new to gluten free dining and are afraid to dine out with your family, don’t worry! I know that it can be a challenge, so I made a guide to help out. Take a look even if you are an old gluten free pro because there is information even you may not realize. Safe Gluten Free Dining Tips And My Most Popular Recipes.
Are you ready to make this easy gluten free breakfast recipe?
Place the Franz Gluten Free Blueberry bread on a cutting board and cut it into cubes.
Add the cubed bread to a bowl and add optional blueberries.
Add the wet ingredients to a small bowl and whisk to blend.
Pour the egg mixture over the bread cubes and mix well. Allow sitting for 5 minutes so the bread cubes absorb all of the liquid.
Place the bread cube mixture into a greased muffin tin. Bake at 350 F for 20 minutes until done. Serve hot with maple syrup.
This gluten free muffin recipe is perfect just the way it is, however, there are additional flavors you can add in to make it even better. Here are some ideas:
- Drizzle the french toast muffins with maple syrup, blueberry syrup, or even strawberry syrup for extra sweetness.
- Sprinkle a little bit of powdered sugar on top right before serving.
- For special occasions, dab on some whipped cream and fresh blueberries. So delicious!
These muffins are also delicious and use up those ripe bananas in this Easy Gluten Free Banana Nut Muffins recipe.
Are these muffins dairy-free?
Yes, these muffins are dairy-free!! I know how difficult it can be cooking if there are allergies or food aversions in the home. These gluten free muffins are just as amazing without dairy as they are with!
Are these muffins nut-free?
I created this recipe to be nut-free but feel free to add pecans, walnuts, or any other type of nut to add more protein!
Can I make them ahead of time?
Yes, absolutely! These gluten free french toast muffins are excellent when you make them ahead of time. Store them in the freezer and just grab one when you want it. You can defrost it on the counter, in the fridge or toss it in the microwave for a few seconds. This is a great meal prep idea for an easy and quick breakfast.
I often will make several batches and flash freeze them. In case you don’t know how to flash freeze something, all you need to do is place the gluten free muffins on a baking sheet. Place the entire baking pan in the freezer for 2 hours or so. The muffins should be fairly hard and frozen. Then just take the muffins and place them in an airtight container or freezer bag for storage.
Can I turn this into a casserole?
Yes, you sure can! This recipe is seriously so versatile because you can do so much with it. You can easily transform it into a casserole instead of making muffins with it. Or you can bake it in muffin tins. It’s completely up to you and your preferences.
Oh my goodness these were SO good and easy to make! My kiddos started school and these are the nice quick grab and go breakfasts for them and their friends before I take them to school! I’ve made them with a bunch of different breads, fruits, non dairy milks and they always come out delicious. Thank you for such a great idea😁"Darcie, Pinterest user
Gluten Free Blueberry French Toast Muffins
- 6 cups bread cubes
- 5 eggs
- 1 cup milk
- ¼ cup maple syrup
- ½ cup fresh or frozen blueberries optional
- Preheat the oven to 350º F.
- Take a loaf of Franz Gluten Free Blueberry Bread, place it on a cutting board, and cut it into cubes.
- Pour the cubes into a large bowl.
- In a smaller bowl, add the wet ingredients and whisk to blend.
- Pour the egg mixture over the bread cubes and add the fresh blueberries.
- Mix well so all of the bread cubes are coated.
- Let sit for 5 minutes so the egg mixture absorb into the bread cubes.
- Spray a muffin tin with coconut oil and fill each section with the bread cube mixture.
- Bake for 20 minutes until done.
- You can use any gluten free bread in this recipe.
- If you don't have blueberries on-hand, use any fruit you have including apples, strawberries, etc.
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