A fluffy, creamy french toast is smothered the night before in a sweet batter and the next morning is topped with a crumble topping and baked to perfection.
So, yesterday I’m sure you all heard about the “potentially historic blizzard” we got here on the East Coast… *crickets* … But it turned out to only be a few inches of snow and everyone was pretty upset about it since they sent everyone in basically a full blown panic. (This video had me DYING. Hahahaha) But me, not so much. As long as we had a fun snow day where Mike got to stay home and there was enough snow to play outside, I didn’t care how much snow we got! John absolutely loves the snow so it’s so much fun! If you follow me on Instagram you already have seen my snowy pictures. Here’s some photos of my snow bunnies : and back to this deliciousness..
The night before, I knew I wanted to make a delicious breakfast to wake up to on the chilly, snowy morning so I thought Overnight French Toast would be awesome. And mannnn, was I right! The center is slightly gooey and you can control the gooeyness by how long you bake it. I don’t like mine too gooey so I baked it for almost the full amount of time.