The anticipation of the first big snow storm of the year is looming. I knew I was in for it when we moved back to PA, but did we really have to break back into the snow habit with 12-16 inches at once? At least that’s the rumour for now. Who knows…we could get a dusting or even ice. I’ll take a few feet of snow over an inch of ice any day. I’ve been to the store
doomsday blizzard prepping and made sure to get the essentials according to snow storm protocol. So what do you do with all that bread and milk you bought? Make French Toast of course! I would be remiss if I didn’t share these 6 Over The Top Oven Baked French Toast Recipes to Make With Your Snow Storm Bread and Milk while you’re snowed in up to your eyeballs.
What is a snow storm without hot chocolate? This Hot Chocolate Stuffed French Toast is perfect to keep appetites satisfied for all the fort building and snow shoveling.
Ahhhh…Bacon. Say no more and make this Maple Bacon Stuffed French Toast asap.
I know you hit the wine section as you made your way to the dairy case so give this Overnight Peaches and Cream Stuffed French Toast a whirl after you break open the bottle and the flakes start to fall.
This year I’m definitely planning to make the kids some snow cream. I hear Florida Strawberries are in season thanks to my Sunday Supper friends, so if you have some on hand definitely make this Overnight Strawberry Stuffed French Toast. You won’t regret it!
No strawberries on hand? Apples are a fabulous alternative to make this easy Baked Apple Cinnamon French Toast. Who doesn’t love the apple and cinnamon combination?
Technically I made this recipe into muffins, but it would also work as French Toast when baked in a regular baking dish. The flavors are mind blowing if you are craving the tropical twist found in these Tropical Bread Pudding Muffins
So there you have six fantastic ways to use some of the bread and dairy you stocked up on this week. Feel free to substitute various flavored creamers and extracts to create the oven baked French Toast of your family’s dreams! I know I made sure I had enough to ingredients to make a few varieties to share with the neighbors!
What’s your favorite French Toast Recipe?