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If you’re looking for easy & fun recipes that your kids can cook own their own… then you’ve come to the right place.

Don’t you just love a make-ahead breakfast recipe? It is a perfect way to help make the morning rush easier and great alternative when you may only have time for cereal. And do you know what’s better than a make-ahead breakfast? A make-ahead breakfast that your kids can make by themselves.

For your next make-ahead breakfast have your little chefs make this Berrylicious French Toast Casserole. It is so easy to make and very, very yummy!

Berrylicious French Toast Casserole

What’s great about this recipe is that your little chefs can prepare it before bedtime then let it sit in the fridge overnight in time for breakfast in the morning. 

Now, your kids can have their very own signature dish perfect for Sunday brunch or holiday breakfast.

My little chef has made this Berrylicious French Toast recipe dozens of times and is now a French Toast Casserole aficionado. We have found a few tip and tricks to make it fun for kids and easy for parents.

Now, let’s get cooking!  Keep reading for the perfect Step-By-Step Photos that will make it easier for your little chef to follow along the recipe.

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  • Mary Riley

    Love your rescipes — my grandson is 8 and loves to cook — we are going to try out your dishes — starting with French toast casserole!!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Yay! So fun… If you take a picture, we would love to share it on Facebook.

  • Jamie

    We don’t have Kings Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. If I were to use regular sliced bread, how much would I use? Thanks!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Depends on what type of bread you use. You can use French Bread or Texas Toast, about 20 slices or about a half loaf should do the trick. If you use thinner sandwich bread you may need a little more. We never used the whole loaf of the round bread. Hope that helps… Feel free to ask more questions… I love questions.

  • Stephanie

    This looks delicious! I can’t wait to try it with my daughters. One quick question…the blog talks about adding sugar, but there is no sugar in the recipe. Is there a need for the sugar? Thank you!

    • Sous Chef Mommy

      Great catch. The sugar is totally optional. We took out the sugar in the recipe as many viewers shared that the fruit gave it enough sweetness. We have tried it both ways. If we top it with honey then we will not add sugar in the recipe. Try it both ways, see which you prefer and let us know!

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About the Chef!

Chef Julian has had a love for cooking since the age of 3. Now as the CEO and Head Kid Chef of The Step Stool Chef, he is focused on empowering kids to be leaders in the kitchen. Chef Julian has been featured on the covers of magazines, newspapers as well as made guest appearances on all major TV networks, conferences and food festivals and is known for his fun & easy approach to cooking.

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