This fabulous french toast bake is simple to make, saves tons of time and isn't loaded with waist enhancers! It's a great everyday staple, we often cut it in half to use up partial loaves of bread that go stale. The original recipe came from Quick Cooking, we modified it slightly but we still love the cinnamonny goodness!
Great breakfast or brunch item. Can be made the evening before, put in the refrigerator, then put into the oven to bake the next morning. I like to serve it with sausages and biscuits on the side. Great meal for guests.
My niece Shwana loves this! She always writes my name "Ant" Kelly when we play Rummy or Scrabble - started when she was little and stuck.
I always make this when we go tubing in Wisconsin.
Prep time includes time to marinate.
I love the idea behind this recipe. It is said that the slower a cheesecake bakes the creamier it gets and the less likely its surface is to crack. Of course, the very best part is it does all this while you are tucked up in bed!
I got this recipe from a friend when looking for something different to serve for a holiday brunch. We like ours with fruit and honey. Goes really well with cheesy ham cups that I've also posted. The prep time is putting it together along with refrigerate time.