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Christmas 2009
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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
French Toast Casserole
Very easy and a GREAT recipe for using up leftover breads. I've made it twice and last time even used some leftover angelfood cake I found in the freezer. For the 2 T sugar on top, I use 2 pkts of Natural sugar. It adds a nice crunch. After my 1st 2c bread, I added 1/2 diced, peeled apple, sprinkled cinnamon, and some chopped pecans. Add 2 more c bread and do the same. After final cup, I sprinkle with cinnamon again, add egg mixture (with an additional egg to bump up protein, 6 is fine 7 is too eggy), then top with the natural sugar. Next time time we have overnight company, I'm going to try preparing the night before so I can pop it in the oven for a fast breakfast.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 22, 2011
Salisbury Steak
My husband and I as well as 2 friends loved this. It was super easy. I made and browned the meat up first and then put in the pan in the fridge until about 30 minutes until serving time. An easy recipe to fix when you're not exactly sure what time you will be serving. I did add extra water, making more gravy and didn't add as much salt. Other than that no changes needed.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 12, 2010
Apple Raisin French Toast Strata
We LOVE this. I serve it when I have overnight guests and haven't found one person who doesn't like it. I've had a gastric bypass and to bump up the protein content, I have added 2 eggs. I may try to add a 3rd next time. We like it better with the extra eggs. I also use the lower fat cream cheese. Since I don't like raisins, I use Cinnabon cinnamon bread. Oh and this freezes great. If it's just my husband and I, I would have to throw it out before we could finish it. I just cut it into individual pieces and feeze it in separate containers. The other thing i do is put apples on 12 and on the other have, at a friend's suggestion, I use frozen wild blueberries. I get these at Trader Joes or Albertsons.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 16, 2010

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