This Peaches & Cream Overnight French Toast is your brunch dream come true! This delicious French toast casserole is good enough (and easy enough) to get me out of bed early! And that’s saying something.
This simple overnight Peaches and Cream French Toast Casserole is sure to brighten up anyone’s morning! With fresh peaches, with a brown sugar and cinnamon topping, why stop why stop with breakfast? This would be an awesome summer dessert too.
Why you’ll love this Peaches and Cream French Toast Casserole Recipe:
- A great brunch dish: It’s sweet with a wonderful texture.
- Easy to make: You probably already have most of the ingredients on hand.
- A real show stopper: Bursting with bright peaches, it looks so inviting– perfect for get-togethers.
- Bread – French bread, cut into thick slices.
- Egg whites – I use All Whites brand. Or you can use 8 large eggs, separated.
- Skim milk – or almond milk.
- Vanilla extract – go for pure vanilla–it’s so much better.
- Peaches – use sliced jarred peaches, with no added sugar.
- Dark brown sugar
- Heavy cream
- Whipped topping – optional
How to Make Peaches and Cream Overnight French Toast
Be sure to see the recipe card below for full ingredients & instructions!
- Make a flat layer of bread slices in the baking pan.
- Whisk liquid ingredients and pour over the bread.
- Top with peaches and sprinkle on the topping.
- Chill overnight and bake in the morning. Get ready to dig in!
What is an Overnight French Toast Casserole?
French toast casseroles are versatile, easy, and a great way to feed a hot breakfast to a crowd. You can make them savory or sweet, and you can make them the night before and bake them when you are ready in the morning.
The French toast part is made from thick slices of bread soaked in an eggy batter. And the overnight part is the fact that the casserole needs to stand for at least 8 hours before baking.
This particular overnight French toast is studded with juicy, peaches and a sugary cinnamon topping.
Can I freeze Peaches and Cream Overnight French Toast?
Yes! It’s a great dish for holidays and if you are going to be elbow deep in other tasks, you can make it days in advance. Prepare the entire casserole, bake it in advance, and freeze it.
Thaw overnight in the refrigerator and rewarm it in the oven just before serving.
Can I Use Fresh Peaches?
Fresh or frozen peaches aren’t the best choice. Canned or jarred peaches have already been cooked, so they’re much softer and won’t turn brown when they are chilled overnight.
For this recipe, stick with the jarred type of peaches.
Check Out These Other Brunch Recipes
- Cheesy Beef Breakfast Scramble
- Eggs Benedict Casserole
- Crockpot Mediterranean Quiche
- BLT Skillet Frittata
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