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  • PutterQueen ................

    Baked Cinnamon Apple French Toast. Light and fluffy apple cinnamon French toast, baked instead of cooked stove-top!

  • Nicole Reeder

    I've mad baked french toast before, but not with cinnamon apples, sounds good!. Baked Apple Cinnamon French toast

  • Michelle Wood

    I will master oven baked french toast yet!

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