Friday, January 13, 2012

French Toast Souffle - Yum Yum!

In case you are looking for a fabulous recipe for a shower, brunch or just an amazing breakfast, I have a recipe I tried this past weekend that you are going to love:

French Toast Souffle!!!

I was hosting a Sip and See baby shower and wanted to have something of a pancake/waffle/french toast likeness, but that didn't need a lot of attention.  A friend (thanks, Erin!) shared a recipe that her friend shared with her.  So I am not claiming any sort of creative rights on this one.  I just want to spread the joy and love of a great recipe!

Here it is:

French Toast Souffle

1/2 cup butter
8 oz. cream cheese
1/2 cup maple syrup
French Rolls - 1 package
11-12 eggs
3 cups half and half
1-1/2 teaspoon vanilla

  • In a bowl, microwave butter, cream cheese and syrup until soft - good for it to be "chunky" (you can use more of this mixture to make it extra "gooey" - about 1-1/2 times the amount
  • In a bowl, mix together by hand (whisk) eggs, half and half, and vanilla {I recommend whisking together the eggs then adding the half and half and vanilla}
  • Tear bread and put into 9x13 baking dish - roughly 1' tears.  Should use 5 or 6 french rolls
  • Pour butter mixture evenly over bread
  • Pour egg mixture over bread
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon
  • REFRIGERATE OVERNIGHT covered with foil
  • Bake for 1 hour @350 degrees or until center of souffle is raised and firm
Serves 10
Provide syrup for guests to drizzle on souffle and ENJOY!


Laura Jacobson said...

Oh this looks so good and yet easy! Making fench toast always seems like so much to do! LOL...Oh I cant wait to try this!

Leslie Swan said...

Laura, if you can believe, it tastes better than it looks! And it is relatively easy to least there is no flipping over messes! Thanks for following!

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