Overnight French Toast

September 12, 2011

Breakfast, What's Cooking

Whether you will be serving this dish as part of a large family brunch, feeding the kids after a sleepover, or as a dish ready to pop in the oven after one of those leisurely Sunday mornings, Overnight French Toast will  have everyone raving.

 Overnight French Toast

Oven 350 degrees

 1 day old French bread baguette, sliced in to 1” or so cubes

10 egg whites and 2 whole eggs, slightly beaten with a small amount of milk

2 tablespoons butter

2-4 tablespoons maple syrup

1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Melt butter and pour in to 13x9x2 baking dish, distribute maple syrup on top of melted butter.  In mixing bowl place eggs and milk and slightly beat together; add vanilla.  Place bread cubes in prepared baking dish and cover with egg mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamon to taste.  Cover and place in refrigerator overnight or until ready to bake.  Remove cover, and bake at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes until slightly crispy on top.  Remove from oven and slice in to squares. Serve with maple syrup.

, ,

About Michelle Geery

Travel writing is my passion however when I’m not actively exploring exciting new locations, you will find me laughing with my family and friends, cooking up something marvelous in the kitchen, trying to save the planet, or searching for my one true love.

View all posts by Michelle Geery


  1. Ahhhhh… Sunday Mornings! | Cooking for Nookie - September 9, 2011

    [...] worn off?  Hungry now? Luckily you’ve already thought ahead.  You made Overnight French Toast and it’s waiting for you to pop in the oven.  Complete the table with a little fresh fruit [...]

Leave a Reply