I developed this challah bread french toast bundt cake recipe as part of an ongoing Brand Ambassadorship with Peapod. All opinions are 100% mine.
“Happy Easter Keester.” Whenever I think of this holiday I think of Easter egg hunts and my dad filming every second of them. He would recite rhyming phrases like that one while going in and out of reprimanding my older sisters to “wait for the little ones” as they ran from clue to clue. While I’m not a little one anymore struggling to read my dad’s handwritten notes hidden in bright plastic eggs, Easter will always signify a time to come together with family and it serves as a sign that the long winter is over and that we’re free to come out of hibernation.
Now with the sappy stuff out of the way, nothing screams Easter brunch like french toast, am I right or am I right? Not just any french toast, but challah. And not just sliced challah, but cubes of sweet bread soaked in custard then baked in a pretty lil’ bundt cake pan. The bundt pan isn’t just for looks, it’s for function too. Instead of slaving over a hot stove cooking individual pieces of french toast, this is a one pan show and will give you the same satisfaction of a classic sweet french toast!
While you’re planning your Easter menu, hop (get it?!) on over to Peapod to pick up an Easter egg dying kit here and grab the recipe for this french toast cake goodness HERE. And for more sweet-tooth satisfying recipes check out these apple turnovers or this cheesecake!
What are your favorite Easter traditions?