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Hawaiian Bread Banana Baked French Toast

Hawaiian Bread Banana Baked French Toast
Hawaiian Bread Banana Baked French Toast
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How do you make a baked French toast recipe even better? Use sweet Hawaiian bread! Hawaiian Bread Banana Baked French Toast is a warm and inviting breakfast that draws people in from near and far. The aroma of the maple syrup, cinnamon, and bananas is quite irresistible. With a prep time of just five minutes, you can easily make this the day of (it might not last til morning if you make it the night before!).

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time30 min

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Well let's just say that Hawaiian bread is good all by itself. Now we add all the sweet goodness to it to make French toast. I'm so excited! This will be a really good meal that will have to be a brunch item. I think I'll plan it for a Sunday coming up.

I have a special place in my heart for Hawaii, so I love this recipe simply for the fact that it uses Hawaiian bread. Yum!

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