Have a hankering for breakfast food? You can enjoy breakfast for dinner in a flash, thanks to this French toast recipe that uses your slow cooker. You’ll want to set your brioche bread to soak in a mixture of custard, brown sugar, orange zest, and nutmeg in the morning (or the night before you want to eat). Then, when your lunch break rolls around, turn on your slow cooker and let it do its thing for four hours on low. The result is a super-flavorful, golden, rich french toast that’s ready and waiting for all your favorite toppings.
Recipe: Slow Cooker French Toast