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Baked coffee cake French toast from Joy the Baker Cookbook: 100 Simple and Comforting Recipes by Joy Wilson

  • sandwich bread
  • buttermilk
  • ground cinnamon
  • eggs
  • milk

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  • Zosia on December 28, 2013

    I hoped this would be a good way to use up stale challah and brioche rolls leftover from Christmas. The flavour was very nice and I still like the idea of the recipe but the portion of bread that was submerged in the custard was just too soggy. I used a 9" pie plate since I didn't have an 8" cast iron skillet and forgot to grease it; the french toast didn't stick so the first step of melting butter etc and the use of a skillet are unnecessary.

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