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Baked Apple-Cinnamon French Toast

September/October 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (218 votes)

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

05/10/2010
Anonymous

Made this for Mother's day brunch. It was a hit!

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Anonymous wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

So why 4 stars then if you

So why 4 stars then if you really didn't like it???

Anonymous wrote 3 years 9 weeks ago

Then why give it four stars?

Then why give it four stars?

04/22/2010
Anonymous

This recipe was just okay for me. I tried this as part of the 28 day Eating Well Meal Plan and I really wasn't impressed with it. I wouldn't make it again.

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04/04/2010

After reading all of the comments I was a bit scared to try this, but wanted something different for Sunday brunch. I made this and the family loved it!!! In order to keep it from becoming "mushy" I allowed my bread to become stale, added a few more apples, and then cooked it at 375 degrees instead of 350. I also let it cook a bit longer during the uncovered stage. It was firm and quite tasty! I will make this again!

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

It looked GREAT - but...it was disgusting :( No one in my family would eat it. I'm so sad to have wasted so many ingredients. Just threw everything out. Boo!!

Jessica

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

Indeed a delicious receipe low calories very healthy I am going to make for my family. Thank you for such delicious receipe

Bhavna Dave, Rahway, NJ

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