3 Reviews

Great! Easy and very tasty. Refrigerating overnight allows the bread to soak up the liquid, and the extra step of moving it to a buttered sheet and brushing with butter makes it very close to griddle cooked French toast. But much more convenient. I used a loaf of Orowheat Italian bread which worked well. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama January 06, 2013

Very good dish. I've made it before with various other recipes, but this one was really good. I was trying to use up a bunch of eggnog and this did it. I used a "texas toast" bread for the thicker slices and it was perfect.

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Sherrybeth January 04, 2007

I made a double batch of this recipe, as written, for a potluck brunch. It was easy! The eggnog gave the French Toast a great flavor, and the edges even got slightly crispy. I kept the toast warm in a large crockpot on the buffet. I had some slices leftover, which I have frozen for quick breakfasts for my daughter, and those have been great too. Thanks!

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KristineB December 20, 2006
No-Fuss Overnight French Toast