Baked French Toast Casserole

Today I made my husband and I brunch as too late for breakfast and too close to lunch.


The white stuff you see here is the flour that puffed up and the yellow is the egg popping through the top.

4 slices of bread (I used Rye)

4-5 Eggs

1 cup milk (I used combination of organic milk with sour cream)

1 tsp vanilla

1/2 tsp organic sugar (you can leave out or add more)


Grease 9×9 inch baking pan.  Place  3-4 slices of any type bread on bottom.  I put this in the oven on broil for about 5-10 minutes to lightly toast the bread, which adds a crunchy texture to it when eating it.  I then took it out and poured the above ingredients on top of the toasted bread, after mixing them well together and put it back in the oven.

Cook in oven at 350 degrees and bake 40-50 minutes depending on how well done you desire it. If you cook it less it will be more custard like texture.

You can add anything you want to the above mixture (greens, mushrooms, peppers). I added sausage links (sliced) and onions,  sauteed in coconut oil, making sure i mixed them in well.



1/2 cup flour

1 Tbs cinnamon

1Tbs nutmeg

1/2 stick soft butter


Mix above ingredients together and take casserole out of oven and spoon this on top of it after it has cooked for about 10-15 minutes.  Bake for another 30 minutes or so depending on the type of texture you like.  Experimenting with this can be lots of fun!

You can also prepare the basic recipe without any cooking and wrap it with seran wrap and put in refrigerator,  Next morning pop it in the oven after putting the topping on it and cook it for the entire 45-50 minutes.

I drippled dark maple syrup on top before eating this as it adds the French toast flavoring.



Treats from Rainey’s Kitchen.  Hope you enjoyed this tasty and filling meal!



Lorraine Taylor



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