Easy Raspberry Peach Baked French Toast Recipe
Whip up this raspberry peach baked French toast recipe the night before, so all you have to do is toss it in the oven to bake in the morning. An overnight French toast bake that is filled with fruit and tasty French bread.Ever since I made our Cinnamon Roll French Toast Casserole I’ve been dying to do an overnight French Toast Bake Recipe with fruit. I love these with fruit. I decided that I wanted one I could put in the oven on Christmas morning while we unwrapped gifts.
That’s just what I did I came up with this yummy and easy overnight raspberry, peach, and cream cheese French toast bake. I have seen a lot of raspberry and blueberry versions but wanted to have something besides the berries. So I looked in the fridge and cupboards and found a jar of sliced peaches.
We all love peaches, especially hubby who is in the one who bought the jar of pieces so I thought perfect let’s give this a go and I’m so glad I did. We loved it!
How to make baked French toast recipe
It was great to just take the casserole dish out of the fridge on Christmas morning, turn the oven on and while we opened gifts our delicious raspberry, peach baked French toast recipe was baking. Oh did the kitchen ever smell divine? I used a 9×12 casserole dish so it made quite a bit for just the three of us. Let’s get onto this recipe, shall we?!
Easy Raspberry Peach Baked French Toast Recipe
Dress up your french toast with this raspberry peach baked french toast recipe. A make-ahead dish that you can toss in the oven come morning, for a sweet breakfast.
- 1 large loaf of crusty French bread (you can also use other crusty artisan bread ie: challah, Italian etc..) Best if dried out. I left the loaf out for two days to dry.
- 2 cups of sliced peaches (cut each slice in half or thirds up to you)
- 1 container raspberries 6oz
- 1 block cream cheese 8oz, cut into cubes
- 10 eggs
- 2 cups heavy cream
- 3/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
- Powdered sugar
- Spray a 9"x12" baking dish with non-stick cooking spray, set aside.
- Cut your French loaf into chunks/cubes about 1-2 inch squares.
- Add half of your French bread to the bottom of pan and spread raspberries and peaches (save some for the topping) and the cubed cream cheese.
- With the remaining French bread press down on the top layer to flatten.
- In a large bowl mix eggs, cream, cinnamon, vanilla extract (if using), maple syrup and sugar and pour so that it covers most of the top layer. Some pieces sticking out is fine and but it shouldn’t be a pool of liquid. The bread will soak in the mixture (hence why a crusty, dried out bread works so well)
- Cover with tin foil, press down again on the top layer.
- Refrigerate overnight.
- Remove from the fridge 30 minutes before baking.
- Preheat your oven to 350 and place covered French toast casserole in and bake for 30 minutes. Remove tin foil and bake for another 30 minutes until tops turn golden and center is set (no liquid).
- Remove from oven and cool slightly before you sprinkle with powdered sugar.
- Serve with maple syrup.
Top with fresh raspberries and the powdered sugar. You can also add more sliced peaches if you like after it's baked like we did. You can also use fresh peaches when in season in the French Toast Bake/Casserole itself.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 479Total Fat: 33gSaturated Fat: 19gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 292mgSodium: 173mgCarbohydrates: 36gFiber: 2gSugar: 33gProtein: 11g
Please note that we can not guarantee the accuracy of the nutritional information. They are a best guess calculation.
Can French Toast Casserole be reheated?
Good news if it’s a lot for you like it was for yes you can easily reheat this delicious baked French toast recipe, we certainly did. We had it for the next three days and we were not tired of it at all!
Can you freeze a French toast casserole
Yes, you can freeze this delicious French toast casserole but use an airtight container or you can use on the gentle setting a Foodsaver machine. It freezes quite well surprisinglySo who is ready to enjoy this delicious raspberry, peach and cream cheese baked French toast recipe? Make sure to PIN this for later. Let us know how you like it. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
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77 thoughts on “Easy Raspberry Peach Baked French Toast Recipe”
SUPER duper recipe! The only little tweak I would make (just personal preference) is switch out the raspberries for blackberries – just got some! This will taste amazing!
you answer my question before I asked it DOES IT FREEZE — YEA!
I like to fix stuff but I want to be able to free most of it. This looks and sounds so good I will be making a half of one and freezing most of it.
This looks like a perfect recipe for us. Being able to reheat it and freeze some of it for later would mean we would have food prepared in the freezer to enjoy for breakfast. We would not have to eat it for days just to not waste it.
This looks like it will be delicious. I think I may attempt to make this weekend. We are having family visit from out of town and I’m sure they would love something like this for breakfast.
Okay …. OMG ???????????? Talk about a crowd pleaser. This sounds and looks so amazingly delicious ????????????
When I first looked at the photos I thought it was a dessert. This would be a great recipe for a family brunch. My family loves French toast and I am going to make this recipe. I pinned it to have later!
This looks so tasty and not to difficult for me to make, thanks for sharing the recipe.
We love fruits and this recipe looks so good . My family would love having it to eat morning or evening time. Great for left over breads too which i always have.
Wow, this looks awesome! I’ll definitely have to try this when I have guests over for the holidays. What a beautiful smell they’ll wake up to.
Thanks for sharing this! I love that I can put it together the night before so it’s ready to go into the oven!
Wow! This almost looks too good to eat for Breakfast. I would have this for desert!
OMG! This looks and sounds delicious. My family would go crazy over this for breakfast.
I love the combo of raspberries and peaches, and this looks amazing. This would be wonderful to serve at my moms club meeting brunches.
this looks amazing and delicious I will have to try making baked french toast
This looks so delicious and it makes me anxious for peach season!
Thank you for sharing this recipe. The family says that I should make this one.. It does look delicious.
This sounds like an excellent recipe for a Sunday Brunch I will be hosting. I love the idea of Raspberry and Peach together. Thank you for posting this.
Droolicious! I absolutely love this recipe. All my family members loves Baked french toast in breakfast.
OMG this picture alone made me want to make it. Then I started wondering if it tasted like a cobbler …………….. then I started wondering if I add the stuff in the house to make it right now……………. which I don’t
yummy is right
This recipe looks so amazing. I can’t wait to try this. I love french toast, and peaches are amazing too. I bet this is going to taste great.
Wow, what a unique recipe! It sounds absolutely delicious though! I have never had raspberry and peach together but I love them both! I can’t wait to try this, thank you so much for sharing!
This French Toast Casserole with raspberries AND peaches looks so delicious to serve my family. Thanks for the recipe.
This is making my mouth water. I am wondering if it would be good with strawberries, my husband doesn’t like raspberries.
I just had french toast and it look nothing like that now I fill cheated ! that look great!
Wow this sounds amazing. Definitely making this weekend!’
for me it would be strawberries and whipped cream
Awesome, a new way to make french toast that my kids will love. Thanks for sharing.
I’ve never tried a french toast recipe with any type of fruit before. This looks so good. My hubby is allergic to peaches though, so I wonder if I could subtitute them with something else. I love the sound of the raspberries though. I need to try something like this soon… and up my breakfast game!
Man does this ever look good! I would have no idea this was french toast. First I thought it was a cobbler. Anyway, I would top this with lots of maple syrup.
This would make a lovely dish for Sunday brunch for family and friends.
I just love peaches here miss the Georgia peaches I use to bought . great recipe to try out for sure thanks
What a yummy French toast recipe. My family would love this.
This sounds and looks amazing. Not only would I serve this for breakfast, I would serve it for dinner too. I know my grandchildren would love it.
I am having out of town guests this weekend so I will give this recipe a try. They all love peaches!
This looks so good.
This meal sounds so good. This is something my entire family would really enjoy. Maybe even for dinner one night. Thank you so much for sharing this
I’ve never made overnight French toast. I’d love to give it a try !
Lovely recipe. Can’t wait to give it to my family.
This Easy Raspberry Peach Baked French Toast Recipe seems so tasty and different for me to try! I know my family would be surprised and pleased if I make this!
Never tried bakes french toast. but this looks delicious. I might need to try this recipe soon. Thanks!
My kids love french toast. I am sure going to try this recipe.
OMG this french toast looks so good! Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner………………. So quick and easy to make I will be making this. And I love peaches so this would be perfect as is
I love french toast looking good
This looks really tasty! I love that it can be frozen
This looks and sounds so delicious but not too complicated to make. I am excited to try this one!
This really does look amazing. Raspberry and peaches are one of my favourite flavour combinations!
This recipe looks amazing and I can’t wait to try it. Thanks.
This looks and sounds delicous! My family will love this!
This looks delicious. I love French toast so this is definitely something I think I will like. The added fruit will make it even more delicious and also similar to a cobbler.
I love french toast, and this looks like a delicious version. I wouldn’t have thought to use peaches, but I bet they’re yummy!
I HAD to pin this scrumptious breakfast treat! I can’t believe how easy it is to make! I like the fact that you can freeze it. Also have it ready to serve the next day. I was surprised to read that you had it for the next three days! I’m sure it was good for those three days, but was this as fresh tasting??
I was thinking of using whip cream on this – YUM! Thank you for sharing!
Looks delicious! I love peaches and will certainly try this recipe!
I sure do love cooking a nice breakfast for my family on the weekends. My daughters love raspberries and peaches. I’ve never made baked french toast like this before, so I will need to try it.
This looks so my yummy. I will have to make this for my kids
I love french toast but have never tried a baked version and never one with fruit mixed in. Looks fantastic
i love french toaste. peaches would add just the right taste
This sure looks amazing, and a heavenly combination with raspberries, peaches and cream – I’d love to try it!
Thinking about making this next sunday is getting me through monday hehe
lol, it’s so good. I made it again this past weekend for hubby’s bday 🙂
This looks delicious I want to try making this soon.
That looks fantastic! I love peaches.
What a stunning recipe. Looks so good.
I absolutely Love French toast and I can’t wait to try these !! Thanks sooo much for sharing poweredbymom
This looks delicious I love peaches and rasberries.
I made this recipe and it is so good, it was very easy to make and I let my Granddaughters help me, GREAT RECIPE
Awesome so glad you all liked it Crystal, thanks for sharing and how fun that you granddaughters helped you too. We love to hear things like this.
This looks so good I don’t even think it would need any syrup. I like the combination of peaches and raspberries.
That looks absolutely amazing.
This looks yummy I’m gonna make this
I do a bread pudding on Christmas morning. This would be a nice change. Saved. Thank you!
never heard of this type of french toast but it does look tasty.
I really like this easy and quick recipe, Looks delicious! i’m sure my grandchildren will enjoy this.
I pinned this. I love French Toast, pancakes, and omelettes for breakfasts. I was a little weary about mixing peaches and raspberries together! I would have never thought to mix those two fruits together, but this recipe sounds delicious! Thank you for sharing!
This recipe sounds super easy and super tasty! The next time I have the girls over I am going to give this a try.
Besides regular French toast, i’ve had stuffed French toast but never tried this! It looks so good, if I had the ingredients for it I would make it tomorrow. I will be making this over the weekend! Thank you for sharing the recipe!
This looks amazing! Thanks! I pinned it!