Baked Panettone French Toast

Tuesday, December 27, 2016


I love to mix and match fruits for this great baked french toast. We used leftover rolls this year the sweet ones. They made the perfect baked french toast and the fruits with added cinnamon smelled awesome baking. This is one I make every Christmas for the family morning breakfast using Panettone along with a baked stratta with any leftover breads.


This is an Italian bread usually in the stores around the Christmas holiday made into a french toast with blueberries and apples baked all in one pan for easy throw away clean up









A Great Way To Use Leftover Panettone Bread During the Holiday




This is such a delicious french toast.


It already is flavored better than old stale bread used for making french toast.


This one is full of raisins and great flavors. Panettone is sometimes given as a gift during the Christmas holiday


I usually get more than one box, so I love making french toast with it.





This is an Italian bread usually in the stores around the Christmas holiday made into a french toast with blueberries and apples baked all in one pan for easy throw away clean up






Panettone Taste Great with Any Fruits



I used apples and blueberries in mine. I have made this Panettone French Toast with other fruits that bake well also.


Peaches, apples, pears, raspberries, all bake up very nicely and compliment this panettone french toast.


You may also like this with just cinnamon and no fruit at all, there are no rules here.





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This is an Italian bread usually in the stores around the Christmas holiday made into a french toast with blueberries and apples baked all in one pan for easy throw away clean up



Baked is so much easier!



This Baked Panettone French toast is so super simple to make.


It's easier than regular french toast, since you're not standing by the stove flipping bread one by one.


It's all made in one easy pan. You can use throw away pans to make it no clean up!


I just love how the apples taste with a little cinnamon and the blueberry flavor is enhanced as well.


Either way fruit or no fruit this Baked Panettone French toast is fabulous!



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Panettone Bread





panettone, breakfast, sweet bread, french toast, fruit, blueberry, apples
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This is an Italian bread usually in the stores around the Christmas holiday made into a french toast with blueberries and apples baked all in one pan for easy throw away clean up

prep time: 15 minscook time: 45 minstotal time: 60 mins
This is an Italian bread with raisins using leftover for a french toast breakfast during the Christmas holiday.

ingredients:

2 cups half-and-half or whole milk
4 eggs
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon of nutmeg
1 apple paired and sliced
1 banana sliced
1 cup blueberries
6  slices of leftover Panettone bread, Hawaiian sweet rolls or 8 slices of Italian bread

Optional prepared fruits :  apples, blueberries, banana, peaches, raspberries,  use fresh sliced

instructions:

Optional prepared fruits :  apples, blueberries, banana, peaches, raspberries,  use fresh sliced

Beat eggs, milk, sugar, spices, vanilla, together in a separate bowl set aside.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.  Coat a 3 or 4 quart pan regular baking dish or a throw away aluminum pan with nonstick cooking spray, add two tablespoons of butter and melt in the oven .

Layer bread like a lasagna, put a layer of bread on the bottom, fruit, end with bread and pour egg mixture over the top, allow to sit for 10 minutes, or until all the liquid has been absorbed.
Bake for 45 to 50 minutes or until middle is set. Serve with cooked bacon, breakfast sausage or ham slices on the side.
calories
179
fat (grams)
4
carbs (grams)
8
net carbs
5
protein (grams)
5
sugar (grams)
6
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Baked Panettone French Toast Pin for later




This is an Italian bread usually in the stores around the Christmas holiday made into a french toast with blueberries and apples baked all in one pan for easy throw away clean up



1 comment

  1. Mmmmm....I love all the fruit you've added to this baked French toast. What a perfect holiday breakfast!!!

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