I thought this was pretty good, I may have over cooked it slightly as it stuck to the pan. My mom suggested I maybe should have sprayed with Pam along with the sugar and butter mixture. The kids loved the smell in the kitchen as it was baking, and they loved the look of the powdered sugar. I was surprised that no one asked for syrup or butter, that must mean they liked it as is. Next time I might increase the butter/sugar mixture, just to make it a little gooier. I made this using two pans. I laid the sliced french bread out in the first pan, then poured the batter over it and let it soak in. Meanwhile, I spread the butter sugar mixture on the bottom of the second pan. I then put the buttered pan over the first pan and flipped the bread into the buttered pan. While the dish was cooking, I washed the first pan in order to flip the finished toast back on to the first pan. I don't know if that's the best way to do it, but it worked for me. Will make again. It was an easy fix for my "What should I make for breakfast when I've got all the cousins and grandma and grandpa here overnight". I served it with the Baked Brunch Omelet on this website, which was also a hit. Everyone seemed impressed and the smell was wonderful!! Thanks for such a fun recipe.
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I thought this was pretty good, I may have over cooked it slightly as it stuck to the pan. My...