Another French Toast Recipe – Breakfast/Brunch

A subscriber of mine sent this recipe to me last Yom Kippur. It really does make me so happy when people contribute, it just sometimes takes a while for me to get around to posting it. I do try to cook everything that I post when possible but it’s not always possible.  I never did get to post it because by the time I got it, holiday was over , I plan on trying this one this year in addition to my other Baked French Toast. ( which is tried and true)  I haven’t as of yet made it, but am fairly confident that it is very good. Thanks Irene, and apparently it hails from Sally Jesse Raphael of all people! It looks super easy and not a lot of ingredients at all!

Ingredients:

1 loaf white bread, cubed

8 oz. cream cheese , cut into cubes and softened

1 dozen eggs, beaten

1/2 cup maple syrup

1 cup milk ( I wouldn’t use skim) use skim plus if you must

Directions:

The night before ,( spray with Pam) an 11 x 13 baking dish. Line the pan with 1/2 the bread cubes, layer all of the cream cheese on top , add remaining bread cubes. Pour Egg, Syrup and Milk mixture over the bread .  Cover and refrigerate overnight.

Next day bake before serving in an uncovered oven at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes till lightly golden in color.

Enjoy!

One response to “Another French Toast Recipe – Breakfast/Brunch

  1. Reblogged this on Cooking with Candi and commented:

    Here’s one more recipe for Break-fast . This was submitted by one of my readers which I always appreciate. Give it a try if you’re looking for another French Toast Recipe. For those of you who fast I hope you have an easy fast. Happy Cooking and Happy New Year!

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