"Stir and Season" Saturday

"Stir and Season" Saturday

Good Morning! I am about to leave for an all day Scrapping and I am ready for a great breakfast~ French Toast Strata. I believe I received this recipe years ago in a playgroup...it is perfect with hot syrup and fresh fruit on the side~

French Toast Strata

2 loaves Italian Bread...cut into cubes

2 8oz cream cheese...cut into cubes

1 dozen eggs

2 cups milk

1/3 syrup

Cube bread, and place 1/2 of those in the bottom of 9 by 13 pan; Cube the cheese and put on top of the bread; Add the other 1/2 of bread. Beat the eggs with the milk and syrup. Pour over the bread; Cover and frig overnight!

Bake uncovered at 375 for 45 minutes the next morning. Serve with syrup.

Enjoy!

37 comments:

lmerie said...

hmmm, that sounds much better than the breakfast bar waiting for me!

Thanks for another yummy recipe!

Betsy said...

YUMMY! I will definitely be trying this one.

Glitter and Bliss said...

Yummy!!! I am printing this off. Thanks!

Mari said...

Yummy - it sounds really good. Thanks!

Sarah said...

Looks so good; send the leftovers my way!

the undomesticated wife said...

I think I saw Giada make something like this on her show a while back. It looks/sounds really good!

April said...

One word...HEAVENLY! Have lots of fun scrapping today!

Carrie said...

Yummy and easy thanks!

mysteryhistorymom said...

Sweetie- I want to move to your house. You have the most wonderful recipes! I think this will be for breakfast tomorrow. YUM!

Have a fabulous day scrapping!!! FUN!! Lori

Anonymous said...

Now I know where you are sunriseside

Liz said...

Sounds really good.

Lora said...

Wow! That sounds rich and delicious!

Mrs. S. said...

YUM!

Jboo said...

Wow -- another great recipe -- sounds yummy!

Have a great weekend.

Janet

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

anything with cream cheese is yummo!!

Happy scrappin!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

I love this strata....have you ever tried it with Blueberries? SO good!! Now I am hungry for something sweet:)

Hope you are having a great weekend!

Lisa

Denise said...

This sounds really good! I'm always looking for different things to make for breakfast. I think we'll be trying this this week.

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Yum yum - I'm looking for a special breakfast for next sunday! My kids will love this (well, 2 out of 3 will)

Every Day Blessings said...

I have had this before with blueberries added to it. YUM!

wife.mom.nurse said...

ooh, yummy!!! Wish I had a picture ")

I have been wanting some nice breakfast cassarole dish recipes.

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southern queen bee said...

Sounds yummy..

Smelling Coffee said...

Yummm! I've had something like this at a B&B. So glad you shared the recipe.

Hope you had a great day scrapping!!!

Ruby Red Slippers said...

This sounds soooo good!!! I love French Toast Anything...

theArthurClan said...

That sounds so much better than the french toast I usually make at the last minute. Thanks for providing this recipe for us!

Quiche Me, I'm Yours! said...

French toast is one of my favorite things to eat for breakfast! It's easy to make and if everyone isn't up at the same time I can put the egg mixture in the fridge and pull it out anytime that morning. Gotta love it......

AndreaLeigh said...

yum! you always have the best recipes!

Mimi Sue said...

I love breakfast food that you fix the night before and stick in the oven in the morning. I've got company coming and this will be great! Thanks for the recipe. Mimi

Femin Susan said...

Yum Yum Yum Will surely try this out.

Joanna said...

This used to be a family Christmas breakfast tradition. Wow, it brings back some memories, maybe I should start it again!

Darlene said...

YUMMY...hope you had a great time scrapping!

Lindsey said...

YUM!!!!

Tara said...

Sounds fabulous! hope you had fun scrappin'!

Anna K. said...

Ooh, I have inspiration for this Saturday's breakfast!

At Home In Georgia said...

Hi! I made your idea of chicken breasts in the crock pot and then used a taco seasoning and made tacos. They turned out great...Thanks!

Sandy said...

I have a similar recipe that I love. BTW, how was scrapbooking?

Daphine said...

Sounds not only delicious, but easy enough for me to try it too! Thanks for sharing!

Mignon said...

Thanks for sharing. Love this! Definitely will be trying it.

Mignon