Overnight Baked French Toast Casserole

Reprinted with permission from Savory Sweet Life by Alice Currah, William Morrow Cookbooks copyright (c) 2012

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  • on December 25, 2013

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    Super easy & delicious.

    I only used 1 stick of butter in the "sauce" and didn't candy the pecans for fear that it would be to sweet. I mixed the raw pecans into the sauce before pouring onto the bread.

    Delicious!! Will definitely make this again.

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  • on May 13, 2013

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    This was easy to make and DELICIOUS! All my guests loved it. I did use the bourbon (1 TBSP also..didn't think you could really taste it so it's fine if children eat it.

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  • on December 29, 2012

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    I had left over French bread from dinner so I halved the recipe. I used heavy cream instead of half & half. Coat the bread on both sides before refrigerating over night. I dashed extra cinnamon on top before baking. My family loved the French toast and it was so easy to make.

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