My ultimate comfort food can be found in just about any kind of casserole.
When the holidays roll around you can find them front and center on most dinner tables, but have you ever found yourself indulging in a yummy breakfast one?
If you’re having overnight guests or bringing a dish to pass at a friend’s brunch, do not underestimate what a time saver a casserole could be.
I wanted to do something a bit different this year and so I honed in on an eggnog bottle in my fridge.
If you’re anything like me, you crave eggnog as soon as Nov. 1 hits, but find it really hard to finish a bottle because it’s so freakin’ rich. Well I’m here to let you in on a secret: you should use your leftover eggnog in a French toast casserole!
SoCal locals, there’s an amazing local company that sells eggnog that can’t be beat. They’re called Broguiere’s and I found them on Milk & Eggs. Along with a delicious product, I love the eco-friendly glass bottle it comes in!
I also picked up some eggs, fresh baked brioche bread, whole milk, and unsalted butter to accompany a few pantry ingredients I already had in the house.
The eggnog really shines in this recipe without being too overwhelming. I’m a huge fan of nutmeg and it definitely pulls through!
Give it a whirl using my recipe below.