Baked French Toast with Strawberries
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 40 min. + standing
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Yummy! I used Texas toast and tore it into small pieces. I have a lactose intolerant person in the house so I used almond milk in place of the milk and vanilla soy creamer in place of the half-and-half. Everything else was per the recipe instructions. I'm thinking of trying it with sauteed apples next time.
Delicious and easy to make. I used a baguette and it worked well. I imagine it works equally well with cubed bread.
Very similar to a recipe I make except I cube the bread. It is delicious & never "gooey" I use a loaf of plain Texas Toast (not the garlic kind : )) jimclark try cubes next time, it's worth another try!!
I made these today as a Mother's Day brunch for my wife and family. Everyone really enjoyed them and commented on how delicious they are! There's just a few things to be aware of when you make these:1) They are more like bread pudding than French toast.2) They do not cook all the way through. Mine stayed quite gooey in the middle. Again, see above.3) The recipe calls for "French bread" but it really should read "French baguette". If you use a standard loaf of French bread, the slices will be too big to fit 12 in a 13x9 pan; you'll only get about 6-7 slices in the pan. However, if you use a baguette you'll be able to get the right number of slices in the pan, and there's less in the middle to stay soggy because they're smaller.Overall, they're quite yummy.