French-Toast Apple Bake

French-Toast Apple Bake created by littlemafia

This is a great make-ahead breakfast that will fill your home with the holiday aromas of cinnamon, spice and apples. It is a "soak overnight" casserole that mimics the flavors of french toast. Call it bread pudding if you like, but I know you'll call it delicious. It makes holiday morning cooking a breeze. I think I must have gotten this recipe from Taste of Home.

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  • In a skillet over medium heat, melt butter and add apples. Stir occasionally until tender.
  • Add brown sugar and corn syrup.
  • Cook over low heat until sugar is dissolved.
  • Pour into buttered 9-by-13-inch baking pan.
  • Arrange bread slices over apple mixture.
  • In bowl, beat eggs, milk, vanilla, salt and cinnamon until blended.
  • Pour mixture evenly over mixture in pan.
  • Cover with foil or plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  • Next morning, preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Remove cover and bake for 35-45 minutes or until firm and brown.
  • Cool for 5 minutes, then flip onto large platter or foil covered cookie sheet with 1-inch edge.
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"This is a great make-ahead breakfast that will fill your home with the holiday aromas of cinnamon, spice and apples. It is a "soak overnight" casserole that mimics the flavors of french toast. Call it bread pudding if you like, but I know you'll call it delicious. It makes holiday morning cooking a breeze. I think I must have gotten this recipe from Taste of Home."

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  1. Butternut Shabutie
    Delicious Lainey! I have never added fruit prior to baking it. Very good indeed :)
  2. 55tbird
    Very good! Will for sure make this again.
  3. The Red-Headed Chef
    Very good! My in-laws loved this when we had them over for a Saturday morning breakfast. I made just a few changes...I added an extra apple, used 3 Tbsp. of butter instead of 5, used light corn syrup instead of dark, and added pecans. Took 45 minutes. Yummy!!!
  4. littlemafia
    French-Toast Apple Bake Created by littlemafia
  5. littlemafia
    Great dish for a cold winter day when I only had to put it in the oven and eat it! Mine took 45 minutes and next time, I'll add some raisins too and maybe cut down on the sugar. Thanks for sharing.
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