10 Baked French Toast, Revisited

Monday, August 2, 2010

Last night I had the urge to bake, and since I eschew the kind of baking that calls for a lot of precise measurements, I decided to do something simple.  I had that gorgeous unsliced sourdough loaf I got from the Mennonite bakery, and since I have so much other sliced bread on hand, I hated to freeze it.  I resolved to cube it up and do the baked French toast recipe again.  I didn't really do anything differently except I added both blackberries and blueberries, but next time I do, a friend suggested I might use peaches - what a great idea!

I cannot tell you how good this smelled!

Voila!  Perfection.

Maple syrup is gooooood.

Oh my gosh!  Seriously.  The topping makes it's own caramel that melts into the top, and drizzles down when you cut into it, fresh out of the oven.  There was nothing left to do except serve up a couple slices for the fam, then pack up the rest for my husband's office.  If you were one of those people, I hope you enjoyed it!
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tinyskillet said...

Oh my gosh this looks awesome...I can smell it from here...mmmm! I want some now!

Anonymous said...

ooooo My family would love this! Might have to try it this weekend. :)

Renee said...

Yumm!! I just want to pull the crunchy topping off and put it on ice cream. LOL Then eat the rest for later. :)

Anonymous said...

Sorry to be dense, but where do I find the recipe? It looks great!

Emily @ Bentobloggy.com said...

Here is the link to the recipe:


Pervaiz said...

I love this.

qlyns said...

This looks amazing! I love to bake that way too. It brings out the adventure and creativity in me. Awesome pics!

ghrency said...

looks good..i like sweets..

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