Posted: 4/7/2013 9:02:51 PM
Crunchy, warm and good! Eliminates the grease of frying french toast. We were impressed by its crunchiness and French toast flavor. Easy to prepare the night before while you are cleaning up the kitchen after dinner.
Posted: 4/6/2013 5:18:35 PM
I made this for Easter morning - actually made it the night before and it was ready in a flash before church on Sunday. I didn't put the butter on after baking it and no one seemed to miss it. It was good and fast and I would make it again. I might try to experiment without the corn syrup - has anyone tried it without? I'm curious how it would turn out.
Posted: 4/5/2013 10:48:19 AM
Wow, a lot of people get offended easy. I thought everyone was pretty civil. I for one would like both good and bad reviews so I can make an educated decision. I also found that I agree with Eats40 and Jomro completely on this recipe - it was not good! But, I cant stand bread pudding either and that is what this is just like. So if you don't like bread pudding - stay away from this!
Posted: 3/28/2013 11:11:02 AM
This sounds delicious and would be great to serve to guest. My hubby and I both would love it unfortunately I am diabetic therefore I won't be making it. I agree with some of the postings on here if you don't like sweets this is definitely the wrong site to come on. I come on here to see the new as well as the old recipes. There are some that can actually be convert over to something I can have. Why come on here just to complain I'm there is other sites that have something to suit you.
Posted: 2/25/2013 6:46:41 PM
Absolutely DELISH! I have made this four times and each time it got rave reviews. They actually beg e on my job to bring it in every weekend. I did do just one minor change because to me it does have a little of an eggy taste (but truly it is still DELISH as is) I cut out two egg yolks and added some coconut flakes and coconut milk just a teaspoon so I removed one teaspoon from the half and half. What can I say I am a big coconut fan, I add it to a lot go my recipes. Great recipe, like French toast and bread pudding rolled up in one. One last note serve it with a raspberry syrup. Mmmmmmmmm mmm
Posted: 2/14/2013 9:35:59 AM
Holy Moly! This is the first time I've looked at the comments section. Some of you folks are vicious! Get a life.
Posted: 2/12/2013 11:35:20 AM
Wow! Seriously reviewers!? These posts are supposed to be helpful, not one another tearing each other down. I do get frustrated with people who post about nutritional value on recipes such as these, but this is really a good recipe! And for those of you that did not have success with the recipe that is what his forum is for....sharing on how a recipe might be improved or how to try a different way. Be nice!!
Posted: 2/8/2013 10:01:58 PM
My Family and I love cinnamon rolls and I have to say that I am a baker and followed this recipe exactly and this was not good at all. None of my family could eat it. It was so "eggy" and just really soggy. I wanted to like this so bad because we have cinnamon rolls every Sat. morning so this would have been something different. But I love you Pillsbury and all your recipes (most of the time) LOL
Posted: 12/26/2012 9:33:57 AM
momharv614; makes me wonder if you know how to read. THe recipe takes you thru the procedure step by step. You just have to READ it. That may be your prob. Also questionable about your baking skills
Posted: 12/25/2012 4:17:52 PM
Big disappointment. Instructions were easy, but nothing special. Very eggy. I even cut down on the eggs. My family were not impressed. I won't be making again. Too bad, it sounded so good.