3 Reviews

I love this recipe. Very delicious, if made right. I have made this recipe before and had great success, but this time it came out very soggy and not cooked through. I put way too little bread for way too much ingredients. Here is the caution: make sure the next day that all or most all of the liquid soaks into the bread and frozen fruit works great but if you defrost it first you might add more liquid to the mix so it can also contribute to the liquid disaster. That is what I did. I would say to make sure it's mostly obsorbed into the bread before sticking it in the over or it might come out like mine did. I was so disappointed when I pulled it out of the oven and attempted to eat it. This recipe, I think should warn about that happening at least. Anyhow, I hope this held others to not make the same mistake.... Happy baking!

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hazeleye18f July 22, 2016

Was a huge hit at our Easter Sunday brunch! So easy and a great combination of flavors. Fruit, vanilla, and cinnamon... How can you go wrong?

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Yogachef April 06, 2015

Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. I really enjoyed it. The french toast puffed up beautifully, but fell when I took out of pan. I used frozen organic blueberries in this... so good. The french toast was so quick and easy to make and had a really lovely flavor. I really enjoyed the addition of the brown sugar topping. Didn't miss maple syrup at all. Made for Spring Pac 2014.

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Baby Kato May 02, 2014
Baked French Toast With Fruit