Blueberry French Toast Bake

Good morning, friends! It’s finally Friday & we are all sorts of excited. We started our morning off with the most delicious breakfast & I couldn’t wait to share. You know we love a good hot breakfast over here, we will choose waffles or pancakes over cereal any day of the week. I have been wanting to try an overnight bake for a while now, and finally found a couple recipes that I thought would be easy enough to try. I decided to try an overnight blueberry french toast bake, which of course I love because I can prep it after the girls go to bed.  I threw this one together late last night using stuff we had on hand & am happy to report that everyone loved it this morning, even baby Claire! Saving this recipe for next time we have overnight guests or a good brunch to plan! 😉 
Ingredients
1 loaf french or sourdough bread
4 eggs
2 cups milk
2 tbsp vanilla
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup of fresh blueberries
 Directions
Grease a small glass baking dish, and line with sliced bread. Layer the bread so it overlaps just slightly, but not so much that it doesn’t cook evenly. In a small bowl, mix together egg, milk, vanilla & cinnamon. Pour over bread evenly. Sprinkle blueberries on top, cover & place in fridge overnight.
In the morning, remove cover & place in oven at 350 degrees (I have read multiple recipes that say you do not need to preheat, so I didn’t) and bake for 40 minutes. Best enjoyed with a little bit of butter, maple syrup & powdered sugar.
Wishing you all a happy weekend!! XO
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  1. Looks amazing! Thanks for the recipe Jessica!
    Can you pleeeeease do another post on how you edit your photos! Do you open all the windows in your house to make it super bright? Photo effects you use?? 🙂

  2. This looks good! I've tried many of the recipes you have shared and they are all hits! (That potato crusted fish you shared forever ago is my favorite and only way to eat tilapia now!) Can't wait to try this one out too! 🙂

  3. This just made my morning! Our 17 month old has dairy and egg allergies and the ONLY way she can have dairy and eggs is if they've been cooked at 350° for at least 30 minutes. This is perfect for us!

  4. This looks delicious! Quick question…As a stay at home mom, coffee is survival as we all know and my coffee runs are getting pretty expensive ..just because I am that picky with HOT coffee…I have yet to find a good at home coffee and was wondering if you had any suggestions? I know you posted an iced coffee recipe but what are your favorite hot coffees / hot coffee recipes (creamers and such) … …loved your blog since you were pregnant with Harper & this is my first comment as you can see this is very important LOL I just trust your opinion on this matter ha 😉

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