I’m so thrilled to have Tanya from twelveOeight here today! She’s a regular around these parts and always has something crafty or tasty to share! This Cinnamon French Toast Casserole is great anytime of year, but will be perfect for those early school mornings! I LOVE French Toast! I will add this to my arsenal of French Toast recipe. I make a mean Crockpot French Toast for weekend mornings or my overnight blueberry French Toast any day of the week. Bring it on!
Cinnamon French Toast Casserole
Hello friends!! How fun it has been to see all of the fabulous guest posts on TCB this summer, thank you SO
much for sharing your awesome creative space with us Kim!!
I’m Tanya, and you can find me making & creating my days away at twelveOeight. We have been knee-deep
in working on our house this summer. Especially some super fun projects for my daughter’s Big Girl
Bedroom makeover. The final touches are in the works now but not done yet.
Here are a few fun things we have glued, glittered and made in between play dates and enjoying the sun…
We made some Mini ice cream sandwiches
a fun & stylish Arts & Crafts center
a Macrame hanging planter (yep, there is a coffee can in there!)
and some Glittered letters + floral garlands
With all of that creating we have needed some yummy family-friendly recipes that come together in a snap.
This is one that gets a whole lot of requests, and my crew knows what’s in the oven when they walk in the door
and it smells like Cinnabon. My oldest daughter is married and has her own family now (we have four kids
ranging in age from 3 to 22) and she is quite a cook. I can’t take credit for how amazing this recipe is, it’s all
Mandy’s and she is sweet enough to let me share it with you today!
Ok, preheat those ovens, let’s get our bake on…
Cinnamon French Toast Casserole Recipe
Makes one 13″ x 9″ casserole (Printable Recipe Below)
- 1 loaf of day old white bread, cubed in 1″ pieces
- 1 cup of sugar or Splenda
- 2 t. ground cinnamon
- 8 eggs, beaten
- 3 cups of milk
- Dash of salt
- 2 T. butter
Preheat your oven to 350*, grease baking dish and spread cubed bread evenly over the bottom.
In a small bowl, combine sugar & cinnamon and set aside.
Combine the beaten eggs & milk, to this mixture add about 3 T. of sugar mixture, blend well.
Pour evenly over the top of the bread, dot with small pieces of butter, and sprinkle remaining
cinnamon sugar over the top. Bake for approximately 45 minutes, depending on your oven.
This is a bread pudding type of dish so it will be very moist in the center, and nice & crunchy on
Thank you SO much for baking with me today!