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Wonderful! I used sliced nectarines instead, very good!
So simple and delicious! I made this for my children before school yesterday and they LOVED it! My SO loved it so much, I'm making it again today :) This time I'm adding a Banana Sauce! YUM!
Great w/bananas and chocolate!!!!!!
Made this fab recipe for us this morning - couldn't get any better! The croissants make a real difference texturally over regular french toast - lighter. Loved the spiciness.
mmmm, so awesome! wow! I made a scaled down version of this to use up my three remaining 6-day old croissants. Now I wish I had more croissants. lol Very, very good. I couldn't reach the almond extract in my cupboard, so I used Amaretto instead. Served with grilled honey ham slices. Super easy to make, this would be a guest-pleaser for sure.
5 gazillion stars! We loved this. My kids were raving, and my husband waxed eloquent on this recipe's virtues. My croissants were 4 days old (eek) and very crispy, but the mixture took care of that. I think the browning easily part comes from so much sugar in the mixture, perhaps, but I didn't think it was any faster than regular french toast. I used frozen sweetened raspberries, which I thawed, and maybe should have cut back on the sugar a little because of the sugar in the berries, but then again I didn't think it was overly sweet. The absolute only thing we both thought could be an improvement was adding a dollop of whipped cream on top.
Delicious! We loved these. At the last minute I discovered that I didn't have almond extract, so I substituted a rum extract which worked well. Next time I'll certainly use the almond. I have to learn a new way to turn these though, I made a bit of a mess with strawberries falling out all over, lol. Thanks for another great recipe cookiedog.