recipe box swap


Christmas Breakfast

Posted on December 23rd, by Amy in recipe box swap. 9 comments

I almost forgot! In the midst of cleaning and cleaning today – I thought about this recipe a few times but have only now gotten to sit here :) Just in case you don’t have breakfast plans for Christmas morning – I want to share our favorite.

Oven Baked French Toast

Ingredients:1 loaf of French bread8 eggs1 1/2 C half & half1 C milk1 tsp vanilla2 T sugar1/4 tsp cinnamon1/4 tsp nutmegdash of salt

Prep:Slice bread into 20 one-inch slices. (Our local grocery sells an enriched egg loaf, made in the store. . . really good and eliminates cutting) Arrange in a generously buttered 9×13 baking dish. Layer and overlap the slices.

In a large bowl combine remaining ingredients – beat until blended but not bubbly. Pour mixture over bread slices evenly. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

Praline Topping

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Recipe Box Swap

Posted on December 4th, by Amy in recipe box swap. 9 comments

I’ve watched this swap happen month by month – never really got involved. . . but holiday favorites – they have been on my mind lately! The last 5 or 6 years Jenna and I have spent an entire day baking, or making candy – depending on how adventurous we feel, and how many recipes we want to try. :)

This is a recipe that we found last year and love.

Cran-Crazy CookiesImage is from bhg.com :)

Super yummy cookies with whole wheat flour – I hope you try them.

Amy





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