Excellent even when made exclusively with whole wheat crusts and heels! I have a child who decided to never eat a crust again when he turned four (he's now six). After leaving them on for months and watching the waste, I finally started cutting off the crusts and putting them in the freezer. Now, I regularly use them in this recipe. I love that the heels and crusts my son refuses to touch normally are turned into something he loves! All four of us love it, in fact. And no wasted crusts and heels. When I'm ready to make it, I take the crusts and heels out of the freezer in the morning and let them thaw. In the afternoon, I put them in the oven for a bit. Then I break it up and use it. I try to stick to the recipe as written, but it is very forgiving. I often use three eggs instead of four. I have never used the raisins. Often we pour milk on our portions before eating. It's deliciously sweet and yummy as written. So much so, that I might cut back the sugar to 1/2 cup. Not because it's too sweet but just to experiment with how "healthy" I can make it and still make it lovable. Thank you for an awesome, versatile, simple recipe!
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Excellent even when made exclusively with whole wheat crusts and heels! I have a child who...