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Baked Apple-Cinnamon French Toast

September/October 2007

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This baked apple-cinnamon French toast can be prepared in advance and then simply popped in the oven for a leisurely and luxurious weekend morning. By using nonfat instead of whole milk and eliminating the egg yolks, the calories are cut by half and the fat is reduced by nearly 80 percent in our griddle-free version.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I think your results will depend largely on the quality of bread you use. If you choose a gummy, soft commercial "whole wheat" bread, it will probably be a mess. If you use a quality, whole wheat or multigrain bread ("artisan" or health...
Baked Apple-Cinnamon French Toast

17 Reviews for Baked Apple-Cinnamon French Toast

12/10/2011

topped with a tablespoon of almond butter

delicious
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12/10/2011
Turned out great with a few minor changes

I followed all of the directions except i substituted blueberry craisins for raisins and I baked at 375 instead of 350. I also mixed the cinnamon and nutmeg in with the egg/milk mixture instead of the bread mixture. It was very good and goes well with maple syrup and a cup of coffee in the morning

delicious, healthier than most
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12/10/2011
Turned out great with a few minor changes

I followed all of the directions except i substituted blueberry craisins for raisins and I baked at 375 instead of 350. I also mixed the cinnamon and nutmeg in with the egg/milk mixture instead of the bread mixture. It was very good and goes well with maple syrup and a cup of coffee in the morning

delicious, healthier than most
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03/19/2011
very good!

This was very good. Some changes I made: I halved it, baking it in an 8x8 pan. Also, I omitted the raisins and used a crusty wheat raisin pecan bread from the local co-op. YUM! added one tsp. maple syrup to the mix, and whisked in the cinnamon and nutmeg with the egg mixture. Refrigerated it overnight and popped it in the oven in the morning. Served it with maple syrup. It was awesome. I wanted to eat it for lunch, too :D

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10/11/2010
Anonymous

I think your results will depend largely on the quality of bread you use. If you choose a gummy, soft commercial "whole wheat" bread, it will probably be a mess. If you use a quality, whole wheat or multigrain bread ("artisan" or health food store) you will probably be happier with the results.

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