- 1 loaf french bread (Pillsbury, baked according to package instructions)
- 1 cup brown sugar (divided)
- 1/4 cup melted butter (divided)
- 6 large eggs
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (divided)
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DeBe 26 Dec 2018
Lovely Christmas morning brunch. Served with warm Butter-Pecan Maple Syrup and sausage. Everyone loved it! Followed the recipe as stated, but used a loaf of French bread from the bakery and used a 9x13" baking dish. Delicious!
Kevin 19 Oct 2018
It was awesome. Everyone was very amazed on how flavorful it was. I could not believe how simple it was to prepare. I will be doing this more often. Thank you for a great and easy to do recipe.
George Kavul 23 Jul 2018
fantastic it came out very nicely and the taste was just perfect
Becky H. 16 Jun 2018
it was delicious and so very easy!
Kristin D. 3 Jun 2018
very good, very easy!
Amanda P. 16 Apr 2018
oh. this is so good. the custard is awesome. its rich and decadent. making the night before is such a time savor!
Matt S. 15 Oct 2017
Great recipe. Amazing flavor. I increased by one third to fit a larger pan and it worked wonderfully.
Regenia Nash 12 Jul 2017
Made this for the family this was super delious every one raved over it will absolutely make it again and again
Gayle H. 5 Nov 2016
Wonderful. Used French brioche and it was perfect. I made this for girls weekend and they all loved it. I'll make this again. We felt there was no need for syrup.
Hamby A. 7 Jul 2016
Turned out great! I made 3 dishes for brunch at my school. Everyone loved it. All 3 dishes were finished polished off very quickly. 🙂