Make The World's Best French Toast
This weekend staple is about to become your weekday go-to.
I'll eat so-called breakfast food at anytime of day—in fact, I happen to think breakfast for dinner is one of life's great simple pleasures. And when breakfast is a sweet, berry-topped casserole like this baked French toast, it's easy to see how it could also be enjoyed for brunch, lunch, or dessert any day of the week.
This recipe calls for just enough bread and other ingredients to fill a small casserole dish, so if you're planning to use a more standard 9- by 13-inch baking pan, double the amounts listed here. You can easily make it your own by swapping in your favorite fruits or tossing in nuts and other goodies. Blueberry and walnut happens to be another go-to flavor combo of mine, but experimenting with a basic recipe like this is half the fun! Once you've got these six essential steps down—and this really is just as easy, if not easier, than regular French toast—try mixing in alternative ingredient pairings like peach and pecan, strawberry and almond, blackberries and vanilla, or whatever other creative flavor duos you can come up with—there's really no way to lose when your base is big chunks of toasted bread baked with a creamy, cinnamon-spiked custard. Try this super simple version once, and you'll never want to go back to making regular French toast again.
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