Overnight Pecan Praline French Toast topped with an easy, decadent mixture of pecans, maple syrup, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, butter, and brown sugar that seeps into the toast as it bakes!
Pecan Praline French Toast is a heavenly mouthful of warm roasted pecans and brown sugar saturated French toast. It is easy to make with a prep time of only 15 minutes and then bake it in the morning for an effortless special occasion breakfast!
I am not really a breakfast food person. Instead, I have always been a dinner for breakfast person. Pizza, roast, tacos, etc. Those are my kind of breakfast. For today’s breakfast, I happily devoured yesterdays Cheddar Bacon Ranch Potato Chicken Chowder. But on some occasions, I am a dessert for breakfast person. And thankfully, we have one such occasion speedily approaching.
Thank you Valentines Day! Thank you for being a holiday even if for no other reason than to eat dessert for breakfast and call it “special occasion breakfast.” Totally acceptable. Totally out of this world delicious. Honestly, this Pecan Praline French Toast is right up there with my Overnight Creme Brulee French Toast, and I might even give it an edge, because, as you might have noticed, I love pecans. Toffee Pecan Caramel Pound Cake, Maple Dijon Green Beans with Caramelized Pecans, Bacon and Feta, Triple Chocolate Turtle Cookies, and on and on and on…and I especially love pecan praline. Don’t even give me a bite of pecan praline ice cream and expect me to eat just one bowl.
But really, mornings are so busy that any breakfast where the family actually sits down for breakfast together can be considered a special occasion. And they would definitely sit down for this Pecan Praline French Toast. But maybe not for long…because this French Toast won’t last long with its pecans coated in pure maple syrup and vanilla…
Then tossed with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg…
Which then tops overnight French Toast that is delicious all on its own. With a night spent soaking in half and half, eggs, pure maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla and sugar it seeps in all the layers of decadence. The French toast is then baked for 30 minutes (no soggy French toast here!) and then crowned with the brown sugar praline mixture.
In goes this:
Out comes this Pecan Praline French Toast.
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