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Best Ever French Toast-Breese Waye Inn

Best Ever French Toast-Breese Waye Inn created by diner524

My parents stayed at this B&B, I think in Iowa, and brought back this recipe. This is a great breakfast for company as it can be made the night before. I made it for a choir retreat and it was a big hit. Tastes good as is as well as with maple syrup. I included the time in the refrigerator in the cooking passive time. Other than that, this really is a quick breakfast.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Whisk together the milk and eggs until well blended.
  • Whisk in the sugar, cinnamon and vanilla making sure the sugar is completely dissolved.
  • Add the butter.
  • Slice the French Bread loaf into 3/4 inch slices and place into a 13x9 inch pan.
  • Pour egg mixture over the bread and place pan in refrigerator for at least an hour but can be overnight.
  • Heat griddle to medium and use cooking spray or butter to prevent sticking. Cook bread slices until golden brown.
  • Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
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"My parents stayed at this B&B, I think in Iowa, and brought back this recipe. This is a great breakfast for company as it can be made the night before. I made it for a choir retreat and it was a big hit. Tastes good as is as well as with maple syrup. I included the time in the refrigerator in the cooking passive time. Other than that, this really is a quick breakfast."
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  1. diner524
    Best Ever French Toast-Breese Waye Inn Created by diner524
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  2. diner524
    This was excellent!!! I cut the serving size to 2 but otherwise made as written. I didn't even need to add syrup as it was plenty sweet without anything else. Thanks for sharing Chef by Chance. Made for PAC fall 08.
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  3. Chef by Chance
    My parents stayed at this B&B, I think in Iowa, and brought back this recipe. This is a great breakfast for company as it can be made the night before. I made it for a choir retreat and it was a big hit. Tastes good as is as well as with maple syrup. I included the time in the refrigerator in the cooking passive time. Other than that, this really is a quick breakfast.
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