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Overnight Blueberry French Toast
I Also made this a second time, learning from the first. This wants to be a decadent dessert rather than a main dish. don't be afraid of sugar and DO NOT be afraid to add cinnamon. I also used Hawaiian bread the second time and I used the Blueberry Cream cheese spread and made "sandwiches" which I then cubed. I used 16 Oz of cream Cheese! and then I doubled the amount of fresh and frozen blueberries! I like to use both for tartness and for sweetness. I Used half and half in the egg mixture instead of milk ,and you definitely need to let it sit overnight. I then drizzled melted butter over it before baking and I sprinkled sugar over the top giving it a crispy crunchy bite against the soft gooey inside. In The syrup, I added double the fresh blueberries too. It came out fantastic!!!!!!! Everyone was Amazed at how delicious it was. I served it with fresh whipped cream. t was perfect. The blueberry cream cheese spread throughout was divine. it really helped to spread it onto the bread before cubing. I happened to have a few Blueberry muffins (the small ones) so I threw those crumbled up in there too. it truly was a decadent dessert! my Husband said it was the best dessert He'd ever eaten. And he's very fussy Oh and blend the cream and eggs in the blender so they're really fluffy, I also added some sugar , vanilla, and cinnamon to the egg mixture, it really made it much more flavorful than the original recipe.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 22, 2014

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