This yogurt custard toast has been making quite a splash on social media. While there are many viral food trends that I’m happy to take a pass on, one involving toast and yogurt custard is right up my ally. I knew that I had to try the yogurt custard toast that has been all over TikTok and Instagram…and I’m here to share that it’s delicious and incredibly simple to make!
WHAT IS YOGURT CUSTARD TOAST?
Yogurt custard toast is the bread of your choosing that is topped with a simple yogurt custard mixture and toppings like fruit. You bake it for 10 minutes so the bread gets toasty and the custard sets in the oven. You finish the toast off by adding additional garnishes/toppings.
WHAT GOES IN THE CUSTARD
The custard is a simple mix of yogurt, egg, honey and cinnamon. You whisk all of the ingredients together to make the custard. You could switch this up by using different yogurt flavors, subbing maple syrup for honey, adding different spices, etc.
WHAT KIND OF BREAD TO USE FOR YOGURT CUSTARD TOAST
I used homemade sourdough but so many different breads would work for this recipe! You could use white bread, wheat bread, cinnamon raisin bread or brioche to name a few. I even think that English muffins or bagels would be a fun choice!
WHAT KIND OF YOGURT TO USE FOR YOGURT CUSTARD TOAST
I always keep a container of whole milk plain Greek yogurt in my fridge so that’s my go-to. I love plain greek yogurt because it’s so versatile. I use it in smoothies, in yogurt bowls, in dressings, in soups, in baking recipes, in dinner recipes…and now on toast!
Stonyfield Organic is one of my favorite yogurt brands because it has a smooth and creamy texture, delicious taste and is free of pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO YOGURT CUSTARD TOAST
Start by setting up all of your ingredients. Choose the yogurt, bread and toppings you want to use.
Make the custard by whisking together the yogurt, egg, honey and cinnamon.
Use the back of a spoon to press wells into your bread slices and fill with custard.
Add the toppings that you want to bake with your custard toast. I did one slice with defrosted frozen blueberries and raspberries and one slice with chopped banana and defrosted frozen mango.
Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes. Bread will become toasty and the custard will
Garnish with additional toppings. On the berry toast I added a drizzle of peanut butter and a shake of powdered sugar for a PBJ theme. On the banana mango toast I added chia seeds and shredded coconut for a tropical theme.
YOGURT CUSTARD TOAST RECIPEPrint
Yogurt Custard Toast (TikTok Viral Recipe)
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- Yield: 2 servings 1x
Yogurt custard toast is a simple, delicious and fun way to change up your breakfast routine!
4 slices traditional sandwich bread or 2 slices from a bigger loaf (white, wheat, sourdough, etc)
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
1 tsp honey
1/4 tsp cinnamon
Fruit toppings like bananas, berries, mango, etc
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Whisk together yogurt, egg, honey and cinnamon to make custard. Feel free to switch up the yogurt flavors or spices that you include in the custard.
- Place bread slices on a baking sheet (I like using a piece of parchment underneath for easy clean up) and use the back of a spoon to press wells into the bread.
- Equally divide custard between bread slices and spoon into wells.
- Add fruit toppings of your choosing that you want to bake with the toast.
- Bake for 10 minutes or until custard is set and bread is toasty.
- Garnish with additional toppings and enjoy immediately!
This toast is highly customizable! Feel free to play around with bread choices, yogurt flavors, toppings, etc!
Keywords: breakfast, toast, yogurt, viral recipe, TikTok recipe, greek yogurt
This seems way more appealing to me than so many of the other Tiktok food trends though I must say when I eat yogurt it’s more for the probiotic benefits than protein and I wonder if any of that would be sustained or if it would all be killed by the heat? I bet this would be so tasty with vanilla bean paste in the custard and bananas.
Thanks for this post!! Looks delicious and I appreciate your take (I started making sourdough bread based off of your tutorial, so I could totally see trying this with some of my freezer stash!). I’ve been curious about this, but hesitant since it seemed like it blew up so quickly. Thanks so much!