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overnight stuffed french toast...

Posted on: 11.15.2012

courtney and I devoured it all, and apparently we both have the tendency to wear large sports team tops to bed :) haha

Trevor's sister Courtney and her husband Eric have had a bunch of different reasons to come up to Northern Utah lately and have stayed with us three different times now. It has been fun :) Whenever I have house guests, and if I have the time, I like to make something yummy for breakfast. I found a recipe on Pinterest and adapted it a bit to fit my tastes and thought you guys might like it. The beauty of this french toast is how you decide to make it depends on how much time you have. It can be done in the oven, or just cooked up on the skillet the morning of.
 
What You Need (double depending on amount needed)
1 tub  (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA 1/3 Less Fat than Cream Cheese
3 Tbsp.  sugar
8 slices cinnamon-swirl bread
4 eggs
1/2cup  milk
2cups  sliced fresh strawberries
Teaspoon Vanilla


Make It
Mix reduced-fat cream cheese and sugar until well blended; spread onto bread. Place bread slices, cream cheese-sides up, in a baking dish sprayed with cooking spray. Cover with remaining bread slices, cream cheese-sides down.
Whisk eggs and milk until well blended; pour over bread. Cover; refrigerate overnight.
Heat oven to 350ºF. Bake, uncovered, 30 to 35 min. or until center is set and top is lightly browned. Serve topped with fruit and some powdered sugar :)
*If you are making them the morning of, just make sure the sandwich is fully covered in the egg mixture and cook it right away on a pan until both sides are browned.

44 little notes:

  1. I'll have to make this for my parents during Christmas because it sounds delicious!

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    1. You really can't go wrong with cinnamon bread and a creams cheese filling haha :)

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  2. yummy! I am going to pin this! Might have to make it for our Thanksgiving guests :-)

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  3. looks sooo yummy!! I need to try :)

    xxS

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  4. Yummmm. I haven't eaten french toast in years, but maybe I'll whip some up for my sisters when we're all in town for Thanksgiving. Thanks for the yummy reminder!

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  5. yum! I never thought to use cinnamon swirl bread!

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  6. OMG..... We had breakfast for dinner last night but I'm thinking we might have to do it again!!!

    YUM!

    xoxo
    Liesl

    woodsy-soiree.blogspot.com

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  7. This looks pretty freaking amazing. I am not suprised one bit that you ate all of it!!

    xo
    Amy
    itwasloveat.blogspot.com

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    1. right?! haha we did have the help of our husbands but yes, not a bite was left!

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  8. oh my this sounds amazing! i'm a lover of french toast for sure!

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    1. me too! you can't go wrong with sugar and carbs haha :)

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  9. Overnight? That's the clencher! I hate having to wake up early to make something. I love that you can just pop it in the oven. Great for Christmas morning.

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    1. That is the best part of this breakfast, you put it together the night before, wake up and put it in the oven! No brainer :)

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  10. Yummy!! I'm going to have to try for sure :)


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  11. This looks amazing I may need to try this ASAP! Thanks for sharing!

    Mal
    www.agirlskindoftherapy.blogspot.com

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  12. i am making these for christmas morning! YUM! THANKS :)

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  13. This looks AMAZING!!! Perfect for holiday mornings :)

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  14. I'll have to try this! It looks delicious!!

    xo
    Rachel

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  15. well i know what i'm having this weekend. my husband and kids will probably not eat it though. oh well more for ME! yay!!

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    1. not eat it?! are they crazy? haha who doesn't like fench toast?!

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  16. You too are so gorgeous!
    Mmmm and that just looks so good. I will have to try this recipe.
    thanks for sharing!!

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  17. that sounds amazing! now i'm hungry, haha!

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  18. This looks amazing--I'm definitely going to have to give this a try, and soon!

    And I didn't know you lived in Northern Utah! We totally live in Logan, so hello fellow Northern-Utahn!! :)

    http://autodidacticambitions.blogspot.com

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    1. Well we used to live in SLC, now we live in Provo, so if you can count Provo Northern, BUT from Cedar City/St. George, Provo is northern haha

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  19. Yuuum! I just about got up from my computer to go and make this...would it be terribly unacceptable to make a whole batch just for myself!? haha Can you tell I am hungry! Great blog btw :-)

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    1. Not Terri me at all!! You could easily reduce this recipe to a smart batch too! Haha thanks for stopping by :)

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  20. This looks amazing! Also looks like sweet sister time.

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  21. Mmmm... I've been craving this stuff from IHOP. Now I can make it at home! Thanks!!!

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  22. I know I'm totally wearing a bra but this picture makes my boobs look so saggy and gross.... hahaha! I guess I've got it comin' anyway now that I'm gonna be a mom!
    Thanks again for putting up with us so much :) But we LOVED spending so much time with you guys!

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