French Toast Casserole

This French toast casserole dish is the simplest method to prepare French breakfast for a large audience. Instead of standing at the stove, turning slices to order,

place cubed bread in a casserole dish, pour in a rich cinnamon-spiced custard, and top with pecans and brown sugar.

It's simple to put together on the morning you plan to serve it, but if you want to make this French toast casserole recipe even easier, you can do so the day before and refrigerate it overnight. 

The next morning, all you have to do is add the nutty topping, place in the oven, and bake!This French toast casserole comes out of the oven crispy on top and moist and custardy in the center, 

similar to a breakfast bread pudding. When topped with maple syrup, it's just as wonderful, if not better, than traditional French toast. I hope you love it!

Bread - quality matters! Select a quality loaf of challah, brioche, French bread, or sourdough bread. Avoid using pre-sliced sandwich bread, as it rapidly becomes soggy.

Eggs are a signature French toast element! They add richness and keep the bread cubes together.

Milk - Provides moisture. I use almond milk because it is what I have on hand, but feel free to substitute another type of milk if you want. Whole milk and oat milk are both excellent options.

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