French Toast on a Sunday Morning with a cup of coffee is one of my favorites for breakfast.
I started making pumpkin french toast last year, but the batter was so thick it tended to separate from the bread when I cooked it.
To prevent that you had to really let it soak into the bread – but then you ended up with a soggy mess.
The last time I made Pumpkin French Toast that way I decided to experiment with the leftover batter.
The result is my overnight Pumpkin French Toast.
I start with homemade Challah bread
Torn into pieces filling the bottom of the casserole dish.
For the two of us that’s about 3 – 4 slices of bread, depending on the size of the bread.
Enough said – you just want the recipe right?
Here it is!
Overnight French Toast For Two 🙂
This one is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or even coffee break.
Adele, Blogging the Creative Life
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