Make breakfast a little extra-special with this recipe! Stars are cut out of slices of bread and made into orange and cinnamon spiced French toast. You don't have to limit yourself to stars - you can try Christmas trees at Christmas, hearts on Valentine's... the sky's the limit! Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Festive French Toast Stars video.
This was fabulous. I was soo bored with the same old french toast. Don't be scared by the amount of honey, I started out with only 1 tbsp and after the first slice quickly added the other tbsp. They were not too sweet at all. I used light bread and half&half instead of heavy cream. They came out great. You have to cook them at a low heat because of all the honey or they will burn quickly. Definitely a keeper. - 23 Dec 2005 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
The kids and I liked this alright. My kids found more greatness in the french toast being that they were shaped as stars. I liked that they ate their breakfast without complaint. I might keep the star idea for next time and use a different french toast dip. - 30 Jul 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Wow! We just finished eating this for dinner and I must say that this was by far THE BEST French toast I have ever eaten! Our sons are huge Batman fans so I used a bat-shaped cookie cutter instead of a star and they loved it! For bread I used Best Bread Machine Bread from this site, it had just come out of the bread maker and worked out wonderfully for this recipe. I don't know if it's the difference in using heavy cream in place of milk as in traditional recipes, or the addition of honey, it just was a terrific recipe-unlike any I had ever had before. Thanks so much for sharing, I can attest that this will be our permanent French Toast recipe from here on out! - 04 Feb 2002 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)