Woodland's Winter French Toast Casserole

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Recipe by catrinaweathersett

I came up with this recipe with making regular french toast. i found that there was no nutmeg so i changed and experimented the first time it was just a little off cause i didn't find the "special ingredient". i am not someone who normally measures things out so it became hard for me to get right the first time. but at last i have. by the way the special ingredient is syrup added to the beaten egg mixture (i don't recommend forgetting this one!). i hope you enjoy. you can also use this in the regular french toast style. Cat--

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 7 large eggs
  • 12 loaf bread (about 6-8 slices of your choose of bread, "shredded")
  • 12 teaspoon ground sage (plus optional top)
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (plus optional top)
  • 14 cup pancake syrup (plus optional top)
  • 13 teaspoon baking powder
  • 12 teaspoon powdered sugar (optional top)

Directions

  1. preheat over to 400 degree.
  2. beat eggs in small 1qt mixing bowl til they are mostly mixed.
  3. then sprinkle the top with cinnamon til mostly covered and do the same on the cinnamon with the sage.
  4. drizzle the bowl in spiral with syrup, with half of the measured amount (about 2 time around ).
  5. beat again til mix (mostly then repeat step 2 thru 4).
  6. beat til mix thoroughly.
  7. add Baking powder and mix thoroughtly.
  8. take the half a loaf of bread that has been torn apart and place in a large 1.5qt mixing bowl.
  9. them shortly mix eggs and pour into the 1.5 qt bowl with bread piece in it. take your hands and mix thoroughly.
  10. pour mixture into one 8x8 glass casserole dish.
  11. lightly sprinkle cinnamon and sage on top, and drizzle with a bit of maple syrup(optional).
  12. place in over on the medium rack.
  13. after taking the casserole out lightly sprinkle with powder sugar (optional).

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