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12.27.2012

Because You Want to Make Eggnog French Toast Bake


My office seems to have a potluck every other week and when they wanted to do one to celebrate the Holidays I though - breakfast!  Yep, a breakfast potluck!

To be perfectly honest, it is the Husband's thing at work but I wasn't going to tell them that.  He has training every few months and on the last day the guys do a breakfast potluck.  His go to is a breakfast pizza but I wanted to do something easier.  Of course, I hit up pinterest but really could not find anything I wanted to do that would be easy.

The weekend before the kids wanted french toast but I was out of bread.  I did have Hawaiian sweet rolls so I made french toast with them.  They were a big hit and an idea was born...  what if I used the whole package and baked them!

The night before the potluck I started to make the batter so it could marinate over night and of course, I was out of milk (I really need to shop better). I did have eggnog (go figure)!  I was also out of vanilla but I had caramel sauce so in it went.  Mixed it all together, covered it with foil and put it in the fridge overnight.

In the morning, I baked it and prayed it would taste alright.  I made a second one for home and I am so glad I did because it was so seriously yummy I made it again for Christmas morning.  I have yet to be able to get a picture of it whole but you can see it has been enjoyed.


Eggnog French Toast Bake

  • Hawaiian sweet rolls 12 pack 
  • 6 eggs
  • 1 cup eggnog
  • 2 tbsps Vanilla or Caramel sauce
  • Powered sugar and/or cinnamon 

Prep:

Cut the Hawaiian sweet rolls in half and smosh them into a lasagna pan.
Mix eggs, eggnog and vanilla (or caramel)
Pour mixture over sweet rolls, cover with foil and put them in the fridge for at least an hour (more is better).

Baking:

Preheat oven to 375
Let pan come to room temperature before putting in to oven.
Bake for 20 -25 mins uncovered (or lightly brown)
Dust with powder sugar and cinnamon






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I submitted this recipe to the King Hawaiian's website for the hell of it.  If you like, feel free to go here and rate it for no other reason than to give me an ego boast.  I have not been paid or compensated for this post.

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