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This was quick and easy. I could not find a decent loaf of cinnamon raisin bread so I substituted 3 french toast bagels. I also substituted a dash of freshly grated nutmeg in place of the allspice. The recipe took much longer than what was directed. Mine took about 4 hours on high. 6 T. butter is unnecessary, I downsized it to 5 T. and butter was seeping out the edges of the casserole. I will lower it to 4 T. next time. Otherwise, the taste was very good and I will make this again.
This was super easy and super yummy! I made it as is...but I would say that unless you get a bite with apples or raisins it isn't as sweet as you might expect. I didn't mind that but maybe some would like to drizzle honey or syrup over it? Will definitely make again!!
Excellent easy recipe. I needed something simple for a Christmas Eve Brunch and this fit the bill. I did not use raisins since I don't like them cooked but followed the recipe otherwise. My sister took the small bit of leftovers home for Christmas breakfast. I cut up one loaf of Pepperidge Farm cinnamon swirl bread instead of tearing it into chunks (huge time saver!). This will go on the menu for my next brunch!
I used 5 cin/raisin bagels instead of the bread. I increased the apple to two the eggs to 7 and the milk to 1 1/2 cups. I also added walnuts. It was ready in about 2 1/2 hours. I will def make it again!
I was looking for a crock pot French Toast recipe when I found this. It's probably more of a bread pudding, but it tasted great. I used three day old French bread, skipped the raisins, added a teaspoom of cinnamon, and used two Honeycrisp apples. After two hours on high, I put it on low for an additional 10-15 minutes. Delicious, and my family enjoyed it too.
We added blackberries used regular bread and doubled the recipe due to guests. It was good but turned out more like bread pudding. Next time we will put the fruit in the middle and on top rather than on the bottom to add more flavor to the bread.
I tried this yesterday but did not use the apple or allspice. It was very tasty but I didn't like the consistency when I tested it after 2 hours so I cooked it longer and then it got a bit hard. I will try again though. Thanks for sharing!
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