Types of Toast

Classic Toast

Classic Toast

Simple bread that's been toasted to a golden brown. It may be topped with butter, jam, or cheese and may be served alongside bacon and eggs as a breakfast staple. It's the universal food; it goes with everything.

French Toast

French Toast (Eggy Bread)

To make french toast, simply dip bread in beaten eggs and fry until brown or golden brown. Since it's fried and not toasted, some say that french toast is not really toast, but it sure looks like it to me. Sugar, butter, jam, syrup, or any number of other things can be added to make it sweeter or add flavor.

Texas Toast

Texas Toast

Texas toast refers to any bread that is sliced at double the normal thickness of standard sliced bread. It's usually buttered and toasted or fried, often on a grill, and is a staple of barbeques and anyone who likes big bread. Cheese is the most common topping.

Whatever you want!

These are the most common types of toasts out there, but nowhere near the full list. It would simply take too long to go into each in detail. That being said, if you can name it, it probably exists. If not, you can be the first to try it. Toast is one of those things with endless possibilities.