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The best part in making this delicious breakfast is that it is prepared in advance. By the time you bake it the next day it is moist and yummy!
Total Time: 30 min. prep and 45 min. bake
This is an easy way to make French toast in the oven using your leftover dinner rolls and eggnog. Prep it the night before, then stick it in the oven in the morning. I had non-alcoholic eggnog on hand so I added a bit of brandy. You could just use alcoholic eggnog. The alcohol burns off when it cooks, but the rich flavour stays. Yum!
Cover with foil; refrigerate overnight or freeze up to one week. Heat oven to 500 degrees F. Remove bread slices from refrigerator or freezer (do not thaw); remove foil...
The best part in making this delicious breakfast is that it is prepared in advance. By the time you bake it the next day it is moist and yummy! View the full recipe here: Overnight French Toast Casserole
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I am looking for a recipe for overnite French toast casserole/bake. It uses vanilla liquid coffee creamer, day old bread and half and half. Those are the only contents I can remember. It is absolutely delicious. I have searched and searched and have been unable to locate the exact recipe I misplaced. Can anyone help?
By Audrey L.
This one uses creamer instead of milk or halfnhalf... http://www.kris t-family-recipe/
And here's a whole Pinterest page on french tpast... http://pinteres ch-toast-heaven/
Here's French vanilla creamer (a couple french toast): http://www.yumm -vanilla-creamer
And Pioneer Woman's version: http://thepione ed-french-toast/
Sorry! I tried to Google (Google!), but couldn't find... you may just have to improvise & write it down as you go!! (I would add chopped walnuts!)
You might try "googleing" the recipe. I did and it gave me several different recipes. Hope you find the one you are looking for there.
Here is one in case you haven't already found one:
Baked French Toast
Preheat oven to 500 degrees F
1 cup French vanilla coffee creamer (liquid)
1/3- 1/2 cup milk
3 Tbsp. sugar.
1 tsp. vanilla
If too thick add more milk , if too thin, add eggs or creamer
Sprinkle with cinnamon
Dip 1 inch slices of day old french bread and set aside. Generously butter jelly roll pan. Heat in oven 1 minute; remove from oven. Arranged dipped bread in hot pan drizzle any remaining mixture over bread. Bake 5-8 minutes or until bottoms are golden brown; turn bread. Bake 2-4 minutes longer or until golden brown. Then turn the oven to broil and broil each side for about a minute each. Add your favorite toppings (whipped cream and strawberries below). I actually like the bread all by itself, too.
I would like a make ahead (freezer friendly) recipe for a Breakfast Casserole. I don't want to do the typical egg type strata with cheese and eggs.
I am wondering if there is a casserole type dish that is reminiscent of French Toast or Pancakes. The more servings the better. Thanks.
By Christine Audi from Countryside, VA
I have a great recipe I make every year for x mas. I hope its something you haven't seen yet. Things you need all natural dark maple syrup, 1 stick of melted butter, 8 oz whipped cream cheese, 10 eggs, 1 1/2 cup of half & half, 1 tsp vanilla extract, cinnamon, brown sugar, thin sliced Pepperidge Farm bread. Layer bread & cream cheese till done pour mixture of syrup, milk, eggs,& butter vanilla sprinkle with cinnamon let sit over night (i never froze it). Preheat 350 F. sprinkle brown sugar & bake about 20 min. Enjoy.
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Grease a 9x13 inch cake pan. Slice the French bread 1 inch thick and layer in pan. Mix thoroughly the eggs, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Pour over the bread mixture (bread will float to top). Dot bread with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. Cover with foil and refrigerate overnight. Bake in oven at 350 degrees F for 45-50 minutes, until puffy and lightly browned. Remove from oven and let stand for 5 minutes. Serve with butter and flavored syrups.
Easy breakfast to make during the busy holidays or when company stays overnight.
Source: From Linda, a close friend.
By Sandy from Graettinger, IA