Pumpkin French Toast Casserole is slices of Challah bread dipped into a pumpkin-flavored custard mixture, sprinkled with pecans, and baked for a warm breakfast or brunch.It’s a perfect recipe to prepare the night before and get in the oven the next morning.If this sounds good to you, be sure to try my Baked Pecan French Toast, too! Pumpkin French Toast Casserole It is so nice and convenient to have a breakfast recipe that you can put together the night before and know it’s ready to be baked the next morning.
This recipe is perfect for overnight guests, especially in the hustle and bustle of the holidays.And, following the pumpkin pie spice trend, this recipe fits perfectly with just the right amount of pumpkin flavor in each bite.Ingredients Bread: In this recipe, I used Challah bread.
It is a braided bread that works well when making French toast.If you don’t have Challah bread, other kinds of bread that you could use are brioche bread, sourdough, French bread, or even bread that is on the stale side.These slices of bread soak up the custard the best.
Milk: I prefer whole milk when making french toast recipes, but you can certainly use what you have on hand.Pumpkin: Look for pure pumpkin, formerly labeled pumpkin puree.It has no added spices to it.
Do not use pumpkin pie filling.Pumpkin Pie Spice: If you don’t have any on hand, make your own pumpkin pie spice.Pecans: Yes, you could leave off the pecans, but I highly recommend adding