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Crock Pot French Toast:

--1 whole loaf of bread (I used Sunmaid Cinnamon/raisin bread, you can use any crusty or dense type: challa, french, even Texas Toast works)

--1 dozen eggs

--2 t vanilla

--4 cups of milk (any kind, I use Skim)

--1/4 t salt

--2 t cinnamon

--1/4 cup brown sugar

1/4 cup walnuts, or other desired nuts (optional. I did not use nuts, my daughter is allergic)

The Directions.

I used a 6 qt Crock-Pot for this. I'd recommend a 5 or 6qt for this dish. If you have a smaller crockpot, scale back a bit. Maybe only use 1/2 a loaf of bread.

Grease the inside of your crockpot very well with butter, shortening, or cooking spray. Slice your bread into large slices (if it's already sliced, just dump it in) and place the bread into the crockpot. ( I cut the slices in 1/2 )

In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, and vanilla together. Pour on top of the bread.

Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours. This is done when the bread has soaked up all of the liquid and the egg has cooked (you can tell because you'll see bits of cooked egg stuck to the bread). The bread will expand---it's like one of those spongy foam things that come in the capsules and turn into a dinosaur. Very cool.

I cooked it for closer to 7 hours, but turned it down to serve setting for an hour, til the rest of breakfast was done.

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lol! The sad thing is, my kids don't like french toast! Just my husband and I. It gets made at the most 2x a year, company or cabinning... that's it!

Holly--You owe me a new pair of jeans!!! I will send the bill once I find a pair that FITS properly.

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in England we call this Bread and Butter pudding. It cooks well in the oven too in a large open dish, so the top gets toasty and crunchy. We butter the individual slices as well as the dish and for a tangy orange version TV chef Jamie Oliver adds marmalade to each slice. Love this comfort food in winter.

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