Christmas French Toast - BigOven 160226

Christmas French Toast

Ready in 45 minutes
18 review(s) averaging 4.4. 82% would make again

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Such an indulgent Christmas morning breakfast

"My family loved this wonderful surprise on Christmas morning. We have passed this on to other family members because it is so delicious. I added some 10x to the cream cheese and covered the top with cinnamon & sugar. Leftovers kept in foil lasted 3 days and each day it was like the first. Excellent!!"

- Iloveicecream11090

Ingredients

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Texas Toast; (cubed with crusts on)
1 8-oz package cream cheese; cubed
8 Eggs
2 1/2 cups Half-and-half cream
6 tablespoons butter; melted
1/4 cup Mulled Maple Syrup

Original recipe makes 1

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Preparation

Grease a 13"x9" baking dish. Place half the bread cubes on the bottom, then the cubed cream cheese and the remaining bread cubes.

Beat together -- eggs, milk, melted butter, syrup

Pour egg mixture over all.

Press down bread so all is covered with egg mixture.

Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate 2-24 hours

Bake at 325F. for 35-40 minutes (will stay warm in oven for a few hours)

Serve with warm mulled maple syrup (strained).

Mull the syrup by adding 2 heaping tablespoons of mulling spices to a cup of syrup and steep until the desired spicyness.

Notes

Mull the syrup by adding 2 heaping tablespoons of mulling spices to a cup of syrup and steep until the desired spicyness.

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Thanksgiving breakfast photo by MissLauraJane MissLauraJane

photo by princessfiona princessfiona

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This was so good, the family loved it! It was just right! Thank you!!
Kbrianey 11 month ago
dreising 1 year ago
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RitaWang 1 year ago
My family LOVED it!!! I loved the custardy texture of the bottom! I also left out the mulled spices and just used cinnamon, also I used challah bread instead.
bug2733 1 year ago
Excellent
ttjsbrooks 1 year ago
cookman121 1 year ago
Easy to prepare (make ahead) and crowd pleasing. I have made this a couple of times, not Christmas though. Instead of mulled syrup I just used 100% maple syrup and I added cinnamon sugar to both layers. Excellent breakfast dish. Will continue to make it.
Expat03 2 years ago
carenhernandez 2 years ago
Sounds divine and I'm going to make it for breakfast this Christmas morning :) but I do plan to add cinnamon sugar all over the top and I'll probably add some nutmeg to the egg mixture :) can't wait for Christmas!!!!!!!
Kofletch 2 years ago
Eh, it was ok. I wasn't sure if I should cover it or not in the fridge. So bc it's similar to bread pudding I covered it. It just tasted like a ginormous French toast. I'll try it again and cook it uncovered. Maybe that'll make some crunchiness on top
Love7721 3 years ago
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