Deliciously baked french toast casserole with a ooey gooey praline bottom. This casserole is easily prepared the night before and then just pop it in the oven in the morning.
Today I have a tasty breakfast dish to share with y'all! Last weekend I made a new Overnight French Toast Casserole recipe that everyone loved! In the past, I've made my regular standby recipe with good results, but for some reason I liked this version so much better.
Anytime I have leftover french bread from dinner, I always save the leftovers in a large Ziploc bag and tuck it away in the freezer. Once I get enough bread together this french toast casserole is usually the first recipe that comes to mind. My favorite breakfast dishes are no fuss overnight recipes and they're great during the holiday season.
This french toast casserole held up extremely well, especially since it's an overnight recipe. Some people still might have a problem with the middle being a little soft, but it's not mushy or soggy in any way. This recipe starts with an ooey gooey praline sauce that's out of this world good! The middle is soft and moist and the topping is crispy.
The original recipe called for Texas toast, but I think that particular bread doesn't hold up very well in these types of casseroles. I recommend using day old french bread or french bread baguettes. Do you like overnight breakfast casseroles? Let's get started on this delicious recipe.