Just prepared my Creme Brulee' French Toast casserole, which is in the fridge (chill 8-24 hrs), and will be baked for never-have-met-before visitors tomorrow morning. I was bragging on how great this recipe tastes.....
My corn syrup was sitting, unseen, behind the recipe book and was accidentally left out of the process. Recipe calls for melting/heating/stirring together a stick of butter, a cup of brown sugar AND the 2 TBS. corn syrup till smooth.
This mixture is poured into a casserole dish; sliced bread placed on top of that. Finally, a mixture of eggs, half-n-half, salt, vanilla, and Grand Marnier is whisked and poured on top of bread. Bake the next morning. Ta-da!
What is going to happen to my casserole now that the corn syrup is missing? Will it not set up, or is it more a sweetness issue? Help, folks! No time to re-do the casserole, but should I abort the mission entirely?
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