Reynolds Overnight French Toast #RSC

Total Time
1hr 15mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 55 mins

Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. This is great recipe to make the night before and not have to worry in the morning. Great for picnics, family get togethers, and tailgaiting

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dice up peaches and pears and put in large mixing bowl. squeeze the juice of 1 lemon on fruit. Add craisens, 2 tsp cinnamon, melted butter, brown sugar and toss together. In another bowl put cubed french bread sprinkle with cinnamon. In a small bowl beat eggs, milk, and honey. Then pour milk mixture over bread cubes and toss to coat. Next line 8 small flower pots with reynolds foil with pleanty hangin out to cover pot for baking. Spray with olive oil spray. next divide fruit mixture into the bottom of each pot. Then divide bread mixture between 8 pots. Next sprinkle to the tops of each pot with 1/8 of the chopped almonds. wrap closed the foil over each pot and place in the refrigerator for 4-24 hours. When you are ready to serve place pots in a 350 degree pre-heated oven for 50 minutes After 50 minutess open up the tops and bake for an additional 5 minutes. Then serve with maple syrup (optional). Looks like a pretty flower pot breakfast!


Most Helpful

This was really good. I loved having my own pot. I put syrup on top and ate it all up!!!! Delicious : )

hunter2001 September 30, 2012

I love overnight recipes as it frees up morning prep time. Besides loving the fruit and cinnamon, the clay flowerpot idea is genius. This dish would be perfect for a holiday brunch, a baby shower, or even tailgating for a football game. You could decorate the flowerpots to match the theme of your party! How could you not love this tasty gem presented in carolina blue ribbons at an autumn tailgating party. Fabulous! Not only easy to prepare the day before, but it tastes delicious and my husband even loved it!

mrsaamundsen September 29, 2012

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