Regular sliced sandwich bread is not recommended for this try to use French or even Italian bread and make certain that it is a day old, the sugar amount may be adjusted to suit taste --- served sprinkled with powdered sugar and maple or pancake syrup :)
These look and taste absolutely heavenly! It's great if you have guests or larger gatherings for breakfast or brunch as each pancake has 4-6 servings and, since it is baked, requires less work than regular pancakes. This delicious and impressive-looking recipe is from Sarah Kate, of "The Kitchn". It was a Christmas breakfast tradition in her family. It's also sometimes called a German Pancake and is quite similar to Yorkshire Pudding. If you want a sweeter recipe, increase the sugar to 3 tablespoons and add 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Batter needs to sit for a half-hour before baking.
This breakfast casserole is good for any Sunday morning. Prepare it the night before and just throw it in the oven the next morning. It also has endless possibilities. You could add onions, crumbled cooked bacon, ham, and green and red peppers to this dish to make it even more tastier. I hope you enjoy. I found this recipe on Recipesource.com.
This is so easy to put together. Sometimes I halve the ingredients and use an 8x8 dish. It can be made the night before and popped into the oven the next morning. (I let it sit out 30 minutes before baking).
I guarantee you are going to *love* this! This makes a perfect brunch or weeknight dinner, to save time brown the sausage a day ahead. To increase to a 13x9-inch casserole you will need 1-1/2 packages of crescent rolls and all other ingredients will need to be increased slightly, I have even made this without the crescent roll crust!
This recipe is from Southern Living Magazine but tweaked a bit by me. It's great for an early-morning breakfast or brunch for a crowd, because you can do most of the work ahead of time and just throw it in the oven the morning you want to serve it.