French Toast in a Pan

This recipe is an overnight French Toast recipe. It is very easy to make and cooks up well. The finished toast is not too soft, as with some overnight recipes. I prefer to make mine with Finnish Pulla Bread (a very good recipe here, just search for it), or with any decent bread from the grocery store.

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directions

  • Melt butter in bottom of 9 x 13 pan.
  • Sprinkle brown sugar over butter, then cinnamon over brown sugar.
  • Place as many pieces of bread in the pan as possible.
  • Mix together eggs, salt, and milk. Beat well.
  • Pour mixture over bread, cover and refrigerate overnight.
  • Pre-heat oven to 350, cook for 25 minutes, then flip french toast over and cook for an additional 20 minutes.
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"This recipe is an overnight French Toast recipe. It is very easy to make and cooks up well. The finished toast is not too soft, as with some overnight recipes. I prefer to make mine with Finnish Pulla Bread (a very good recipe here, just search for it), or with any decent bread from the grocery store."
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  1. Proud Nanna
    Oh my gosh. This is really good. I searched for a lot of recipes and settled on this one. I used french bread, went a lighter on the cinnamon and added vanilla to the eggs and milk. I baked the 1st 25 minutes with it covered and then took the covering off for the final. It came out great. No mushy bread, not to sweet. I will be making this for a baby shower brunch. Yummy
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  2. joffebry
    This recipe is an overnight French Toast recipe. It is very easy to make and cooks up well. The finished toast is not too soft, as with some overnight recipes. I prefer to make mine with Finnish Pulla Bread (a very good recipe here, just search for it), or with any decent bread from the grocery store.
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