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Baked Blueberry French Toast

 

This Baked Blueberry French Toast is simple to prepare & is perfect to feed a hungry crowd. I love that you can quickly whisk together the eggs, milk, maple & cinnamon & soak your bread. Top with blueberries. Spread out the ingredients on a sheet pan and Voila! in 30 minutes have a delicious homemade meal…

 

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I had no patience to soak the bread over night in the egg batter. I wanted french toast at the very moment I thought about it.

Not sure how it would turn out different if you did soak it longer.

 

Baked Blueberry French Toast | MarlaMeridith.com

 

Typically recipes tell you to use day old bread & soak it overnight. Well in this case my bread was fresh & it wanted some quick love.

 

Baked Blueberry French Toast | MarlaMeridith.com

 

Frozen blueberries makes this recipe accessible any time of year.

 

Baked Blueberry French Toast | MarlaMeridith.com

 

If you have large crowds to feed this recipe will allow you to spend time with your guests.

It’s great for sleepovers too. A pat of butter & maple syrup makes everything oh so perfect!

 

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Dig in & enjoy!

 

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42 thoughts on “Baked Blueberry French Toast

  1. Mmm! This is so perfect for any day of the week. I love that there is no soaking involved and the blueberries look delicious! Perfect for a pop of freshness in the middle of winter!

  2. Marla,
    I like crispy edges on my French toast (the better to soak in butter and syrup) and I appreciate how the whole slice, not just the tops, gets crisped in this version.
    Thanks!

  3. This looks so great. Do you think I could dip the bread and then freeze it so I could have “fresh”, easy toast everytime I want?

  4. I love doing a baked French toast and have a fav. recipe I always use, but my blueberry bushes are putting off so good this year, I knew I needed to find a few good berry recipes to use and when I found this one, I just knew it would be a winner. Since we love breakfast for dinner, they are in the oven right now!!

  5. WOW was this simple, fast and amazing! The taste was like you slaved over the stove flipping and all..I topped my with some left over razzberries just as good with any fruit I would suppose. This comes out soft not dry like I was expecting..this is a keeper for our family!

    1. Well hello there!! Love what your experience was with this recipe 🙂 Raspberries are always a favorite here as well. Glad you have a new family keeper 😉