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Some people get scared cooking for a crowd, but if you do something easy like this you’ll be spending more time visiting and less time in the kitchen. I think you could use French Bread cut into thicker slices if you can’t find Texas Toast on the bread isle. All Texas Toast is, is a thicker slice of bread. You could even use regular bread, but I would make three layers instead of 2.

Overall the dish has a good sweetness to it, so we didn’t use any extra syrup. Also I noticed if you flip the slices upside down and then reheat the sugar on the bottom melts better and isn’t all grainy on any leftovers you eat the next day.

French Toast Casserole
(Adapted from Rach’s Blog)

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1/2 cup melted butter (1 stick)
1 cup brown sugar
1 loaf Texas toast
4 eggs
1 1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Powdered sugar for sprinkling

Melt butter in microwave & add brown sugar….stir till mixed.

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Pour butter/sugar mix into bottom of 9 x 13 pan….spread around

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Beat eggs, milk, & vanilla

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Lay single layer of Texas Toast in pan

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Spoon 1/2 of egg mixture on bread layer

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Add 2nd layer of Texas Toast

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Spoon on remaining egg mixture

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Cover & chill in fridge overnight

Bake at 350 for 45 minutes

Sprinkle with powdered sugar (I sprinkled it on before I baked it)

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Serve with warm maple syrup (I don’t do the syrup part)

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