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Mix eggs, milk, vanilla and baking powder. Pour over bread to soak; turn to coat well. Cover. Refrigerate 4 hours or overnight.
Preheat oven to 450°F. Mix strawberries, bananas and granulated sugar in 13x9-inch baking dish. Top with soaked bread slices. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
This was good. Might try mixed berries with the bananas next time. I used Texas Toast sliced in half, instead of Italian bread. It still turned out good.
Judy | April 02, 2013
Lavern | March 23, 2013
Love, love, LOVE!!!! (the overnight was a bit overkill, though.)
Isabella | May 30, 2015
How do I go about getting 1/4 of an egg is I am making for 2 people or 1/2 of an egg if making for 4 people?
Tommy Pease | March 21, 2013
carolyn smith | December 27, 2013
Very good and pretty easy. It's a wonderful but rich breakfast. Make this and an egg cheese bake for a sweet and savory brunch combo.
Terry DellaVecchia | March 05, 2013
Absolutely delicious!!! Make something savory to go with like scrambled eggs because it is very sweet.
Jennifer Deckman | April 19, 2015
Great easy recipe!
Lesley | June 04, 2016
We make this French Toast recipe whenever we have company for brunch. Love it that you make it the night before.
Maya | March 22, 2014
Easy and Delicious!!!
Jerry | April 19, 2014
The recipe was a bit sweet and would be delicious even with 3/4 cup of sugar!
Mary | January 03, 2014
Very good! A little on the sweet side but refreshing!
Lacy | April 07, 2013
It was good but too sweet and the banana and strawberries were too soggy and soft. Did anyone have this issue?
Shelly | July 17, 2015
I was quite pleased with the recipe and I thought the idea of using the italian bread was a nice twist. I think however, next time I will use a mixed berry.
Sharon | December 27, 2013
Too Gooey and dough-ey. :P
Carol | December 31, 2013