Add All to Shopping List
Add to Meal Planner
|Calories280Calories from Fat100|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat100|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Kristina Miller 5 months ago
great! unfortunately made this on a whim and didn't have all that it called for (French bread, orange juice, half and half) and threw it in the freezer 4 about 10 minutes while oven was Heating... But based on how it still came out I'm excited to try it with the proper planning :-)
Judy 7 months ago
Made it for Easter Brunch. Excellent! Will make it again!
Raymond Floyd 7 months ago
the family loved, I've made it twice.
Tony 10 months ago
Turned out great. Love this recipe. It will be my go too for French toast
Bob Quasius a year ago
Great - I would also try with cinnamon. Didn’t soak overnight - just for about 30 minutes and still was quite good.
Jennifer a year ago
Yummy!!! Will make again!
debb a year ago
Fabulous...but i did add some cinnamon
Loupe a year ago
Amazing! Make sure you whip the batter really well.
Krystal Z a year ago
I dont normally like french toast but this was sooooo good. I did end up having to throw them in the frying pan to get them to crisp up a bit.
Diane B. a year ago
So good! Easy to make and delicious. Topped mine with fresh nectarines and a cream sherry syrup.
Mike a year ago
It was great! Everybody loved it—
Lynnchocolate a year ago
Incredibly wonderful. Hands down, Elegant and delicious. A big hit.
Vsop A. 2 years ago
my bread kind of fell apart lol but everything was a go i didnt even need to add syrup
dagoberto caceres 2 years ago
Fire Used for a restaurant brunch on Sunday since we ran out of regular
Tuan 2 years ago
Tried it and my son and husband liked it. The bread came out really soft. Could be on our repeat list.
Schreiner 2 years ago
great. I will make them again.
Evelyn Suurmond 2 years ago
Delicious, did with std sliced bread and shortened the cooking time would definitely make again as saves the mess of frying it
Rita Noetzel 2 years ago
Delicious. Love the crispy caramelized brown sugar edges
Litza Gonzales 2 years ago
I didn't use the French bread and refrigerate overnight. Instead, I used some brioche bread I had on hand and refrigerated for about an hour until all the liquid was soaked up. It came out wonderful!! I love this recipe and will definitely do it again!
Tayler 2 years ago
Sickeningly sweet. I have a big sweet tooth and this was even too much!
Melissa M. 2 years ago
I've been making French Toast for years (different recipes), but this is by far my favorite! My husband is a traditional bacon-and-eggs man and usually never wants any carb-based breakfasts, but he requests this almost every weekend; it's so delicious! The first time I made it, I cut the bread pretty thick and the inside didn't cook fully (you need to find what works with your oven). I started slicing the bread thicker than pre-sliced bread but thinner than the picture above, added 15 minutes to the cooking time, and it's perfect! The flavor and texture are amazing; we don't even add syrup; instead, we pile it high with strawberries and bananas. I saw another reviewer mention they couldn't get the brown sugar to bubble. I had that same issue with my oven, so I used non-stick aluminum foil instead of parchment paper and that fixed the problem. Now, my French Toast has a nice glazed side with that incredible crème brûlée flavor! This is favorite in our home, and I would highly recommend it!
Monique G. 3 years ago
I made mine lactose free for my boyfriend using an almond creamer and lactose free milk. It was my first attempt at making french toast and I was pretty happy with it, I couldn't get the brown sugar to bubble like it said in the recipe, but I would definitely make it again