Apple Pie Baked French Toast

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Apple Pie Baked French Toast

While I was doing my weekly grocery shopping at Walmart, I picked up a couple of Marie Callender's® Dessert Pies and some Reddi-wip®. These pies are so easy to prepare! All you do is pop them in your oven and bake them according to the directions on the box.

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What do you serve pie with? How about some hot cocoa!

The pies are amazing on their own, but I wanted to do something extra special for my family. I decided to turn this amazing Dutch Apple Pie into some AWESOME Apple Pie Baked French Toast and serve it for brunch. Here is what I used to make that happen.

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Apple Pie Baked French Toast Directions

Grease your baking dish with 1 tablespoon of your butter and melt the rest in your microwave and then, combine all of the ingredients, except for the bread and pie, in your blender! (If you don't have a blender, whisk it together.)

Blending the egg mixture makes making this Apple Pie Baked French Toast easier! #ShareTheJoyOfPie #ad #CollectiveBias Now, simply layer the bread and pie into your baking dish.

Layering your Apple Pie Baked French Toast with cinnamon swirl bread and Dutch Apple Pie! #ShareTheJoyOfPie #ad #CollectiveBias Bake in a 400 degree oven for 45-50 minutes and then, allow it to set for 30 minutes.

Make your family happy by serving them this amazing Apple Pie Baked French Toast for brunch! #ShareTheJoyOfPie #ad #CollectiveBias Serve it up with some warm maple syrup and a dollop of Reddi-wip®!

Warm Apple Pie Baked French Toast served with warm maple syrup and a dollop of Reddi-wip®! #ShareTheJoyOfPie #ad #CollectiveBias Remember, you can easily share the joy of PIE by dropping off a fresh-baked Marie Callender's® Dessert Pie or by baking this Apple Pie Baked French Toast in a disposable pan, printing out these Printable Pie Tags and encouraging them to #ShareTheJoyOfPie themselves!

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Apple Pie Baked French Toast

A delicious new twist on brunch and apple pie!

  • 1 Marie Callender's® Dessert Pie – Dutch Apple
  • 6 slices cinnamon swirl bread
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 Tbsp. butter
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syruo
  • 2 Tbsp. brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup applesauce
  1. Bake pie according to directions on the package and allow to cool.
  2. Combine all of your wet ingredients and blend thoroughly.
  3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  4. Grease your baking dish.
  5. Layer with bread and pie.
  6. Pour wet mixture over the top.
  7. Bake for 45-50 minutes and allow to set for 30 minutes.
  8. Serve with warm maple syrup and a dollop of Reddi-Wip®.

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19 thoughts on “Apple Pie Baked French Toast”

  1. I love pie! I eat it often. With whipped cream, of course!

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  2. Sow! this is so interesting! I would have never thought to do this! I’ve done french toast bakes but this one is so great looking. I’ll have to try it out next time!

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  3. Delicious! I would’ve never thought to do this! What a great way of using frozen pies! My kids love french toast so they would gobble this up! This would be a great recipe to make when family is over! Just throwing everything in a baking dish – less clean up!

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  4. Now my mouth is watering. Seriously. This looks amazing. I will definitely be making this sometime this holiday season. (And I doubt the whip cream even makes it onto the french toast, my husband eats it straight from the can.)

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  5. OMG! I could eat the whole thing right now! I love it!! You are an evil genius….

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  6. It truly isn’t the holidays without Reddi Whipp! Seriously though, we eat a ton of super decadent foods during the holidays (and why not, it is a time to celebrate) and we always put some whipped cream on it. I will definitely be trying out your french toast on a lazy Sunday morning. Looks delish!

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  7. I love this idea for using a apple pie in a bake like this. French toast and apple pie are both a favorite of ours! I personally think this would be an amazing brunch dish for a Sunday morning.

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  8. I just love Marie’s dutch apple pie. Hot and warm out of the oven with a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream and I am in heaven! I would have never thought of using a pie for french toast. It looks delicious.

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  9. We just grabbed a few Marie Callender’s pies when we were at the grocery store and I never would have thought to do something as delicious as this! Can’t wait to give this recipe a try!

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  10. I can’t even remember the last time I had pie. That pie looks delicious and easy to make. I bet I could make one of my own. I would add some homemade whipped cream to the mix.

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  11. Wow! I must make this recipe for my dad ASAP! He is going to die in apple pie french toast deliciousness!!!

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  12. Are you kidding me?!?!? This looks absolutely amazing!!! I can just feels the carbs settling in, as I know I would eat the whole thing.

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  13. That’s just about perfect, isn’t it? I love the idea of #PieItForward. And my grandfather was such a fan of their pies that we almost HAVE to make them for the holidays in honor of him.
    And because.. yum.
    Holiday brunch done right.

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  14. I have to admit, I am not a very good baker, I don’t make complicate things from scratch, so from time to time I like to indulge with some pie. One of the best frozen desserts I have ever tried are the ones from Marie Calender’s, I swear those pies taste amazing. I like the spin that you gave to the Dutch Apple Pie turning it into that delicious Apple Pie Baked French Toast. I am sure it’s gonna be a hit for the holidays.

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  15. OMG this looks insanely delicious!!! I’ll definitely be making this soon!!

    Thank you for sharing with us at #mommymeetupmondays!!

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  16. I would have never thought to put those two things together. I am making a pumpkin french toast bake for Thanksgiving brunch. I hope it turns out as good as this looks, hahaha! Thanks again for sharing at #mommymeetupmondays.

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  17. This looks delicious and I love whipped cream!

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