Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Overnight Cranberry French Toast {recipe redo}

 

 

 

When I am at the grocery store this time of year and I see a bag of cranberries, I just can't resist putting some in my shopping cart. I never have a plan in mind to make something specific, but I just know that something yummy will eventually be made.

I searched for recipes for a baked oatmeal that used fresh cranberries, but didn't really see one that took my fancy. Then, I remembered that last year, around this time, I made a delicious version of overnight French Toast using cranberries.

Putting it together last night, I remembered why this is such a great recipe. I made it with wheat bread last time and just so happened to have a partial loaf of wheat bread in my freezer that would be perfect. Using frozen bread to cut cubes for French toast is a great idea and makes the cutting process so much easier. I like to think this is a healthy version of French Toast with the use of wheat bread, low fat milk and just a little sweetening from the maple syrup.

It was as good as I remembered and the cranberries were bursting with autumn flavor. I will keep this in my refrigerator and enjoy a slice for breakfast all week long.

Happy Wednesday!

 

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5 comments:

  1. I am surrounded by cranberry bogs so this would be the perfect recipe for me. Have a great week.

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  2. I love cranberries, too, and they are good for you! Love your recipe!! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I am going to try this this week and have a spoon each am. I like the idea. Thanks for this great idea and I am with you on loving cranberry recipes. You post a lot of great recipies. I am not a good cook. Just went to a author lecture- Ruth Reichl, who writes a lot of cookbooks you might enjoy since you are good cook. see at http://cindymarie-emptynest-challenge.blogspot.com/2015/11/day-146-author-lectureruth-reichl.html

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