You have not lived unless you have tried Kneaders Chunky French Toast. It is one of my favorite breakfasts. I mean, just look at this picture…doesn't it make your mouth salivate?

Now that my stomach is growling and I have a puddle of drool on my laptop, let me tell you how you can make this yummy goodness yourself!

Kneaders has this on their breakfast menu for $4.99 it is all you can eat (dine-in only)
But, not many people can eat enough to make it cheaper than making it yourself.

So here is what I do. If you call Kneaders in the morning and order a loaf of their cinnamon bread they can slice if for you (if you don't call they will have frosting on them and they won't cut it for you because it messes up their machine so you can just cut it yourself).
It is $3.99 a loaf. 

After you buy the bread, here's the recipe to make it into yummy french toast:

This recipe was originally demonstrated on Good Things Utah May 9, 2005 and is being reposted to the website so everyone can find it again.

Kneader’s Over-Night French Toast


1 loaf Kneaders Chunky Cinnamon Bread cut in 8 slices
8 eggs
3 c. milk
1 T. brown sugar
3/4 tsp. salt
1 T. vanilla
2 T. butter

Butter a glass baking dish generously (9″ x 13″). Place the bread flat in the baking dish. Mix all remaining ingredients, reserving the butter and pour over the bread. Cut butter into pieces and dot over the top. Refrigerate over night or at least 1 hour. Bake 45 – 50 minutes at 350 degrees. Serves 8

Kneader's Carmel Syrup

1 c. Brown sugar
1 c. Creme
1 c. Light Karo Syrup
Blend together and heat on stovetop until sugar is smooth. Serve warm.

Happy Foodie Tuesday to you 🙂