Quick and EASY French Bread: One blogger wrote: I love fresh bread hot from the oven. However until I got this recipe from my friend Kim, I rarely made homemade bread because it just took too long. I didn't have the patience to wait for hours while it raised. This Quick French Bread recipe takes just a little over an hour from start to finish! An hour! I have an hour! The ingredients are basic and simple too.
Overnight French Toast Casserole ~ incredibly simple. Some melted butter & brown sugar in the bottom of a baking dish. A few slices of bread arranged on top & moistened with a mixture of eggs, whole milk, vanilla, cinnamon & ginger. A scattering of chopped pecans over the top. Refrigerate it overnight, and bake it in the morning. You can dust it with powdered sugar and top it with maple syrup, but it doesn’t need it. The casserole isn’t dry. It isn’t eggy. It isn’t complicated.
In the time it takes to order pizza online or by phone, you can have this amazingly easy pizza bake in the oven—and it’ll be ready in just 35 minutes. Use whatever toppings you like, such as cooked sausage crumbles, chopped green bell pepper, onion or olives.