Overnight Stuffed French Toast

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This is a Betty Crocker recipe. I tweaked some things and will note that below.

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Make sure you made decent sized pockets in the bread or you won’t get much of the cream cheese “stuffing” in it

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Cream together the cream cheese and spices. I didn’t use crystallized ginger ($17/bottle!) but instead used a little ginger and white sugar in its place.

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Put the cream cheese mix into the pockets of the bread, I spread extra on top for flavor.

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mix the eggs and milk together and put into your pan. At this stage I realized maybe I should have cut my bread so it was shorter and completely covered by eggs. Anyway, now you cover the whole thing and put in the fridge for 8-10 hours.

– Take out of fridge and cook 350 for 30 minutes.

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Mix the orange glaze until somewhat thick and bubbly, it will taste delicious!

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The baked french toast should be “golden”, check that the eggs are cooked.

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Don’t forget to serve with the warm glaze for extra flavor. I served it with sausage balls. The french toast is sweet, just to warn you. It’s like a super sweet dessert!

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