How to make French Toast for the Masses

How to Make Individual French Toast Casseroles  ~ Need to make French Toast for a crowd, but don’t want to fuss with multiple pans or the French Toast Casserole that usually leaves a soggy center that never quite gets baked?

Individual Apple Walnut French Toast Casserole

Individual Apple Walnut French Toast Casserole

Here’s the solution . . .

Scale it down and make it in some cupcake liners. No soggy middle and this individual French Toast Casserole can be assembled overnight and ready to serve to a large crowd in one swoop.

The individual French toast in the picture is my Apple Walnut French Toast with a Walnut Graham Cracker Streusel. I simplified this recipe even further by purchasing flavored bread from my local bakery.

Hit the jump over to Endless Simmer for my recipe write up on how you can customize the individual portions to flavor it to your liking or how to make it with traditional French and Italian bread.

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4 Responses to “How to make French Toast for the Masses”

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    Joyti — March 2, 2011 @ 9:19 am

    Ooo, so clever! I love how creative your desserts/sweets are – and certainly fits right in. Looks delicious and comforting too.

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    Brian @ A Thought For Food — March 2, 2011 @ 3:08 pm

    I’ve seen this done a few times and it’s an absolutely brilliant idea!

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    Michelle — March 9, 2011 @ 2:25 pm

    Brilliant! I love how creative you get with making so many things in mini that I wouldn’t expect.

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    Cindy S. — May 8, 2013 @ 12:52 pm

    I made these (with a french loaf) for my daughter’s baby shower. MANY compliments received & I have been asked by several people for the recipe. I have sent them the link to this site. YUMMY!!!!! What a great way to serve many with individual tins! I put them in a chafing dish to keep warm for when the guests arrived. Thanks much for publishing this!!!!

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