14 responses to “Baked Apple French Toast”

  1. jeanneeatsworld

    That sounds delicious.

  2. Alexandra

    Never thought of adding apple! Will try this tomorrow morning. Thanks!

  3. marthaandme

    Sounds fabulous – love the apple added in!

  4. Seedplanter Designs

    This sounds delicious!

  5. lindsay

    omg, I am totally making this next Sunday for a brunch meeting.

  6. merium

    sounds amazing~and only 3 points! Thanks for this recipe!

  7. debbie koenig

    Wow, thanks for the enthusiasm, all! My favorite part of the whole endeavor: We've got leftovers.

  8. Christine @ Origami Mommy

    I happen to have all these ingredients, and some free time this morning…yay!

  9. MyKidsEatSquid

    I love apples in just about anything. But to combine them with french toast, that's sounds just perfect. Printing this now…

  10. Denise Michaels - Adventurous Foodie

    I've been making baked French toast for almost two decades now. Got the recipe from the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco at the top of Nob Hill. I use a basic baguette – not an eggy bread like Challah or Brioche. I add cinnamon, nutmeg and pure vanilla to take it beyond.

    Yes, it's possible to make it TOO in the past. I've made that mistake before. But I've found that's really all about the temperature of the oven and how long you cook it.

  11. Taryn

    I just "vegan-ized" this recipe & it was awesome! I used 3 T of ground flax seeds, 15 T of warm water. I blended that with a whisk & let it sit for 5 minutes or so (so it gets gooey). Then I added 1 C of Odwalla Monster Protein (vanilla) b/c I was out of soy milk. I baked it in a cast iron skillet for the same amount of time and broiled it on low for about 5 minutes or so. It was perfect. A little gooey-er than I imagine it would come out with eggs but it was still VERY tasty. Thanks Debbie! xoxoxoxo

  12. Casey@Good. Food. Stories.

    I just realized I could do stuffed French toast pies in my new personal pie maker… SWEET!

  13. debbie koenig

    Denise: Glad you agree about adding cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla. Not sure I understand what you mean about "too in the past"–do you mean putting it together too soon? Mine sat for a good 10 hours and it was terrific. Wonder what the threshold is…

    Taryn, that is INGENIOUS. Seriously, I tip my hat. Never would've thought French toast could be veganized.

    Casey, just the words "personal pie maker" make me smile.

  14. Jennifer Margulis

    This looks so so so delicious!!

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