I feel this is more of a bread pudding type of dish, rather than french toast. I thought this was really tasty, though. I took some of the other reviewers advice, and actually used half heavy whipping cream, half milk to make my "half & half" in place of straight milk. I also added two more eggs for a total of 7, and a little more milk. I didn't have 12 day old french bread on hand, so used up bits and pieces of other breads I had around, including some hawaiian sweet bread, hot dog buns, biscuits, etc. And I did add cinnamon to the mix as well. Also flipped it in the morning before baking. This turned out perfect, and I didn't have to cook it longer than stated. The blueberries were cooked just enough to sort of burst in your mouth as you took a bite. I would probably double the topping next time, as I felt it gave it a nice sweetness. Really a delicious dish, and I believe my Sunday School class liked it too! Because of my additions and the non-french toast consistency, I give it 4 starts. It's a keeper for us, and one that will be extra special on our table. Thanks for a great addition to the recipe box!
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I feel this is more of a bread pudding type of dish, rather than french toast. I thought this...