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Every year I throw a big brunch on New Year's Day.  This is a favorite and it gets devoured.  It's easy to make and the only skills required are ripping (or cutting) bread into pieces and beating eggs.  It's best made 4-24 hours prior to baking and can handle being served in a heated chafing dish for quite a while. 

Ingredients
  • One 16 ounce loaf of cinnamon toast bread
  • One dozen eggs
  • 3 cups milk (I used 1%, but any type will do)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 4 teaspoons sugar
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
Directions
  • Tear or cut the cinnamon toast into bite-sized (1") pieces and place evenly in a greased, deep (3"+) 3-quart baking or casserole dish (or disposable aluminum chafing dishes which fit in 1/2 of a chafer).
  • Beat together the rest of the ingredients and pour over the bread, making sure all the bread gets thoroughly wet.
  • Cover the pan and refrigerate 4-14 hours
  • Bake 60 minutes uncovered in a 350 F oven or until center has set. Center should not appear runny.

Serve with REAL maple syrup, or even a berry syrup.

Date: 2011-01-03 04:57 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] stewardess
I've had a version of this with plain bread, and loved it. This sounds AWESOME. I think I'd do a half recipe, though, to start with.

That sounds absolutely delicious!

Date: 2011-01-03 06:27 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] songfire
...and there goes my diet plan...! LOL

Since I'm only baking for 2 persons, I think I'll just use 1/3 of the ingredients...

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