Toffee Apple French Toast

Toffee Apple French Toast

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"'I love quick breakfast recipes that can be assembled the night before, saving time on busy mornings,' explains Renee Endress of Galva, Illinois. 'I created this dish by incorporating my family's favorite apple dip with French toast. The winning combination is perfect for overnight guests.'"
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  1. Place half of the bread cubes in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish; top with apples. In a mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, sugars, 1/4 cup milk and 1 teaspoon vanilla until smooth; stir in toffee bits. Spread over apples. Top with remaining bread cubes. In another mixing bowl, beat the eggs and remaining milk and vanilla; pour over bread. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  2. Remove from the refrigerator 30 minutes before baking. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 35-45 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean.

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We loved this. The flavors of everything together are so good, and I love the texture too. I cut this recipe in half for my smaller family. I did change it a little. I omitted the white suga...

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Sort of disappointing. Followed What A Dish!'s suggestions of cutting brown sugar (1/2 cup), omit white sugar, cubing the Neufchatel, and the layering she did. Added cinnamon, and drizzled with...

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We loved this. The flavors of everything together are so good, and I love the texture too. I cut this recipe in half for my smaller family. I did change it a little. I omitted the white suga...

I made this for a very special brunch--no pressure!--and it turned out absolutely fabulous! I followed the original recipe to a T. I cooked it in a glass dish and had NO problem with it being so...

Used wheat bread to help my guilt with this delicious dessert. Left out the toffee and used 3 fuji apples from the farmers market.

This was delicious! I did cut back on the milk to 1 cup total, with 1/4 cup for the cream sugar mixture. I also added some apple pie spice to the cream cheese mixture as well, and then sprinkled...

My husband and I loved this breakfast. I made one change, though. I cut the cream cheese into cubes and put them over the bread and apples. Then I mixed the sugars, toffee, vanilla, and smal...

We like to add sc of cranberries to this as well. Excellent and tastes best if we eat it after it has cooled and then reheat on a plate if we want it warm

This recipe was great!! After reading the other reviews, I chose to omit the toffee chips to cut back on the sweetness. It was perfect for my family. I did not have a problem with the bottom...

I made this for the first time for a breakfast at work...OMG!! Everyone loved it and wanted the recipe! I did make a change though...I felt it needed a topping of some type so before I baked i...

Sort of disappointing. Followed What A Dish!'s suggestions of cutting brown sugar (1/2 cup), omit white sugar, cubing the Neufchatel, and the layering she did. Added cinnamon, and drizzled with...

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