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Foodie Goodie | French Toast with a Twist.

Nothing says weekend like a big hearty brunch of French toast, fried eggs, and a tall glass of orange juice (or a cup of coffee for coffeeholics like me). Now if you're planning on making French toast for tomorrow's breakfast (or brunch), here's a different take to the usual pan-toasted soggy bread.

French Toast with a Twist

1 loaf of bread (if you can find cinnamon-swirled ones, that would be great)
1 stick butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon corn syrup
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
4 ounces of cream cheese, cubed
1 1/2 cup whole milk
5 eggs
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
pinch of nutmeg

1. In a medium saucepan, melt together butter, brown sugar, corn syrup and cinnamon.
2. Cook until sugar is dissolved.
3.Pour in a 9 x 13 inch baking pan.
4. Remove bread crusts and cut into large cubes. Place bread on top of brown sugar mixture in the pan. Top with cubes of cream cheese.
5. In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, vanilla and nutmeg.
6. Pour the mixture over bread. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
7. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve with maple syrup, fresh fruits or bacon and eggs.

Happy weekend cooking, everyone!

As seen on Spoonful. Shared with Food Friday and Food Trip Friday.

17 replies:

Emily Reviews said...

Mmm this sounds good! French toast is one of my staples but it does feel repetitive after a while. I'll have to try your spin on it sometime.

Karen Dawkins said...

I have a similar recipe that uses cream cheese for an overnight french toast casserole. Yours sounds simply divine!

With a fresh fruit salad, this makes a great breakfast for supper dinner too!

Jhanis said...

Looks good! I've never had French Toast before so thanks for sharing!

Kero said...

awesome! never baked French toast or have it with cream cheese. I will try this over the weekend then. I am happy to have stopped by!

ReviewsSheRote said...

Sounds like a hit for Saturday morning breakfast.

Eric M said...

This looks yummy! Shared on Facebook :)

Unknown said...

You are definitely creative! :)

Yette said...

Looks yummy. I'm not much of a French toast person myself but I'll definitely give this a try. :)

Ruth dela Cruz said...

I just scanned the ingredients and I know for sure it is yummy!

Now, I don't need to go somewhere for a fancy breakfast :)

MomGlenz said...

looks yummy! thanks for sharing your recipe

Virginia said...

I LOVE french toast! I'll definitely need to try this!

Unknown said...

You are so creative, rebelsweet.. and this looks really yummy! :) yung mga ichura ng sarili mong gawa nakakagutom XD

Animetric said...

This post is making me soooooooo hungry. I'm still on detox. I'm making this when detox is over! I'll have a French Toast feast with the kids hahahaha.

April Perez said...

We also add cinnamon in our french toast. Family loves to eat this especially during breakfast time!

michymichymoo said...

Will surely try this at home! Maybe I can use pan de sal too? :)

Unknown said...

OMG...yum yum yum! Love all kinds of french toast

maiylah said...

not sure if my comment went through ... but here goes. :)
would love to try something similar! that toast looks inviting!

thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, sis
enjoy the rest of the week!
ps. advance happy mom's day! :)