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Creme Brulee French Toast

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Creme Brulee French Toast

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  • 6 eggs
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup half and half
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 2 Tbsp. orange juice
  • 1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1 loaf french bread (about 1 pound, sliced into 1" pieces)
  • 4 Tbsp. butter (melted)
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
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    Calories280Calories from Fat100
    Total Fat11g17%
    Saturated Fat5g25%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat100
    Total Carbohydrate33g11%
    Dietary Fiber<1g3%
    Vitamin A8%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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    Marsha Rowell a month ago
    Amazing! Delicious!!
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    Cifuentes 9 months ago
    Easy too make and it tastes delicious … not too healthy though 🤪
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    Joshua Thomas 10 months ago
    This is literally the best French toast ever!! My fiancé and I are a big hit every time we make this for friends.
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    Simms 2 years ago
    Was ok but would like it to be crispy. I will be toasting it little more on a pan on the stove. The flavor as good
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    怡芸 邱 2 years ago
    Very success and I pour the sugar butter mixture in the end on the bread instead still yummy not too sweet. I like it !
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    J 2 years ago
    Turned out really good except I almost burned it. The brown sugar never got bubbly so I almost left it in too long. The middle stays very hot and some may not like the texture - it’s soft and custardy. I would eat this again but I’m not sure about my family. My kid wouldn’t touch it
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    Alexis Zheng 2 years ago
    I soaked the bread for less than 30 min but it was too wet and the bread doesn’t keep original form when flipped or moved to baking. Is it not supposed to be soaked or just dipped?
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    Linda Smith 3 years ago
    Scrumptious, will make this again. Pairs well with mimosas.
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    Jami Mullan 3 years ago
    Taste was great. I had to increase the temp at the end to crisp it up. Will definitely cook again.
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    Danielle Shannon 3 years ago
    Yum! It is the best of both french toast and creme brûlée, we made it in a casserole dish instead of individual slices and worked really well! Caramelized the brown sugar on top at the end instead.
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    Kristina Miller 3 years ago
    great! unfortunately made this on a whim and didn't have all that it called for (French bread, orange juice, half and half) and threw it in the freezer 4 about 10 minutes while oven was Heating... But based on how it still came out I'm excited to try it with the proper planning :-)
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    Judy 3 years ago
    Made it for Easter Brunch. Excellent! Will make it again!
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    Raymond Floyd 3 years ago
    the family loved, I've made it twice.
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    Tony 4 years ago
    Turned out great. Love this recipe. It will be my go too for French toast
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    Bob Quasius 4 years ago
    Great - I would also try with cinnamon. Didn’t soak overnight - just for about 30 minutes and still was quite good.
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    Jennifer 4 years ago
    Yummy!!! Will make again!
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    debb 4 years ago
    Fabulous...but i did add some cinnamon
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    Monique 4 years ago
    Amazing! Make sure you whip the batter really well.
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    Krystal Z 4 years ago
    I dont normally like french toast but this was sooooo good. I did end up having to throw them in the frying pan to get them to crisp up a bit.
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    Diane B. 4 years ago
    So good! Easy to make and delicious. Topped mine with fresh nectarines and a cream sherry syrup.
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    Mike 4 years ago
    It was great! Everybody loved it—
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    Lynnchocolate 4 years ago
    Incredibly wonderful. Hands down, Elegant and delicious. A big hit.
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    Vsop A. 4 years ago
    my bread kind of fell apart lol but everything was a go i didnt even need to add syrup
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    dagoberto caceres 4 years ago
    Fire Used for a restaurant brunch on Sunday since we ran out of regular
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    Tuan 4 years ago
    Tried it and my son and husband liked it. The bread came out really soft. Could be on our repeat list.
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    Schreiner 5 years ago
    great. I will make them again.
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    Evelyn Suurmond 5 years ago
    Delicious, did with std sliced bread and shortened the cooking time would definitely make again as saves the mess of frying it
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    Rita Noetzel 5 years ago
    Delicious. Love the crispy caramelized brown sugar edges
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    Litza Gonzales 5 years ago
    I didn't use the French bread and refrigerate overnight. Instead, I used some brioche bread I had on hand and refrigerated for about an hour until all the liquid was soaked up. It came out wonderful!! I love this recipe and will definitely do it again!
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    Melissa Mittan 5 years ago
    I've been making French Toast for years (different recipes), but this is by far my favorite! My husband is a traditional bacon-and-eggs man and usually never wants any carb-based breakfasts, but he requests this almost every weekend; it's so delicious! The first time I made it, I cut the bread pretty thick and the inside didn't cook fully (you need to find what works with your oven). I started slicing the bread thicker than pre-sliced bread but thinner than the picture above, added 15 minutes to the cooking time, and it's perfect! The flavor and texture are amazing; we don't even add syrup; instead, we pile it high with strawberries and bananas. I saw another reviewer mention they couldn't get the brown sugar to bubble. I had that same issue with my oven, so I used non-stick aluminum foil instead of parchment paper and that fixed the problem. Now, my French Toast has a nice glazed side with that incredible crème brûlée flavor! This is favorite in our home, and I would highly recommend it!