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Blueberry French Toast Souffle 
Aug. 13, 2011 7:54 am 
Updated: Aug. 13, 2011 10:09 am
After a lot of searching all over for something "special" to make this weekend, I came across the a recipe here on AR for Blueberry Stratta.  I changed it up some and omitted the blueberry sauce.  Made it a little richer and more of a comfort food by adding heavy cream and crystallized sugar.  Oh, it turned out wonderful!  I am sure the original recipe is just as good.  For my version of this recipe you can view Blueberry French Toast Souffle on The Life & Loves of Grumpy's Honeybunch.
Blueberry French Toast Souffle
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Aug. 13, 2011 9:49 am
Just the title sounds good! Yum, it looks as good as it sounds!
Aug. 13, 2011 9:57 am
Thanks Cat!
Aug. 13, 2011 10:02 am
This sounds great! We have 2 blueberry bushes that for some reason produced absolutely no fruit this year. :-( We have enjoyed local blueberries, however..
Aug. 13, 2011 10:03 am
Mother Ann, my parents have had that problem with their raspberries this year. Its so sad when our own gardens don't produce what we love!
Aug. 13, 2011 10:09 am
I've decided it was the weather and awful spring we had since my blackberries were sparse and my pear tree only has one (yes, one) pear on it!
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About Me
I am a home cook who works full time and have been a blogger on my own site, Grumpy's Honeybunch, since 2007. I love to experiment and create in the kitchen. Sometimes good, sometimes not so good, but always fun! My one place I am not the best at is the grill - and I leave that to Grumpy! Since I started using AR several years ago, my home life has changed a lot. We had to relocate for work purposes, My sons no longer live at home and its just Grumpy, me, and our 3 cats. I am a participant in the Allrecipes Allstar program and have had a great time with the challenges as well as the great people I have met through the Allstar program!
My favorite things to cook
I always was a baker but since I started blogging almost 5 years ago, I have also become a more experienced cook. We love pasta meals and especially Asian inspired meals. I love homemade candy although I'm not the best candy maker, I will still attempt it every so often. My very favorite sweet treat from this site is Brooke's Bombshell Brownies. I've taken the recipe and used it as a base to create several different brownie recipes, my favorite being "when life gets you down" brownie (chock full of Peanut Butter flavor) and a peanut butter caramel swirled brownie. Both recipes are on my blog
My favorite family cooking traditions
Summer fish frys at my aunt and uncles home. Homemade fudge and popcorn on Saturday nights while a child! When my boys were younger Friday night was homemade pizza and movie night and some of my most special memories are baking cookies with Nanny. I have every one of her "special" cookie recipes on file and when feeling nostalgia hit I will bake one of her recipes.
My cooking triumphs
My best compliment ever - a cheesecake I made was described to be "better than Juniors!" The pumpkin fudge recipe on this site that I reviewed at 5 stars....this is an awesome cooked fudge recipe. My son totally loves the fudge and so do I!
My cooking tragedies
Once when I was first married, I made fudge. It didn't set up and I was too embarrassed to tell my hubby, so I hid it in the closet (no idea WHY I did such a thing!) and ended up forgetting about it. We came across it one day cleaning and I had to fess up, he had more of a laugh because I tried to hide it!
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