Kelly's Praline French Toast Casserole

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 40 mins

I LOVE to make this dish for company that stays the weekend! Just serve with sausage or bacon and fresh fruit, and you're all set, except....your guests might not want to leave!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Slice the bread into 20-1" slices and arrange the slices in a generously buttered 13x9 or larger baking dish, in 2 rows, overlapping the slices.
  2. In a large bowl, combine rest of ingredients beating with whisk til well blended but not foamy.
  3. Pour over the bread slices, making sure all are covered spooning some in between the slices.
  4. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  5. Next day, heat oven to 350*, make praline topping--"Praline Topping":.
  6. In saucepan, combine ingredients and bring to a boil, pour and spread evenly over top of bread slices.
  7. Bake casserole, uncovered, for 35-40 minutes til puffed and golden!


Most Helpful

Made this weekend at the lake and everyone loved it! We had a lot going on the night I made it, so I made a mistake, but I would make it again. I made the custard with the eggs, vanilla and whipping cream; but forgot the spices, sugar and salt. I realized my mistake the next morning before baking; I quickly mixed the ingredients and sprinkled on top before pouring the praline on top. Everyone loved the "crunchy" topping! Next time, I will add the spices to the custard AND sprinkle on top! Can't wait to make this again. Served will some syrup and berries - YUM!

BethR July 08, 2013

My Suggestion if the complaint is "soggy," TOAST the French Bread first. Awesome recipe! Kudos Wildflour!

ilovetisa November 28, 2011

I got this same recipe years ago from a co-worker that brought it to our company pot luck breakfast. It is the best ever!!! I love how you can put it together Saturday night for an easy toss it in the oven and get ready for church easy sunday breakfast. Also got me looking for more different overnight French Toast recipes... If you think it is too soggy try adding more bread slices and deffinately avoid Bread pudding

Tallen2 October 17, 2011

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