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Breakfast is my family’s favorite meal of the day. I love to send my husband and kids out into the world knowing that their tummies are full of homecooked goodness. This is such a quick, simple, and easy recipe for baked French toast, and you’re going to love it!
This baked French toast casserole is about as amazing as it comes. I mean, you end up with a dish that is just as good, or maybe better than traditional French toast, and it takes all the dipping, timing, and sprinkling out of the equation.
I cannot tell you how many times I have made French toast for my family, and only one person gets to eat at a time because I like to serve it fresh out of the pan. This dish is so easy and delicious; it is sure to impress your family.
Recipe courtesy of love pasta toolbelt.
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Quick Tip: I also dust the top of this French toast casserole with powdered sugar.