Sep 192012
 

Fall is my favorite season!  I love the fall foods and the wonderful cooler weather.  My all time favorite food involves anything using pumpkin!!!  ( Be sure to check out my Pumpkin Recipe Link Up!)  This we woke up and it was 65 degrees in the house and all the windows were open.  I loved being able to put on my robe and slippers and try a new recipe for breakfast!!

This morning I made Pumpkin French Toast!  It turned out AMAZING and the kitchen smelled heavenly!  I started with my basic French Toast Recipe:

Pumpkin French Toast
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Ingredients
  1. •14-16 slices of bread
  2. •4 eggs
  3. •1/2 cup almond milk
  4. •splash of vanilla
  5. •heavy pinch of cinnamon
For Pumpkin French Toast I added these additional ingredients
  1. •1/2 cup almond milk
  2. •heavy pinch of ginger
  3. •heavy pinch of nutmeg
  4. •1 cup pumpkin puree ( fresh or canned will work!)
Instructions
  1. •Mix together all ingredients
  2. •Dip bread into mixture until well coated and place in hot skillet or on a hot griddle
  3. •Allow one side to cook ( about 4-5 minutes) then flip over and cook other side.
  4. •Cook until golden brown on both sides!
  5. •Serve with whipped cream, syrup, powder sugar, or fresh fruit!
To Freeze
  1. •Place cooked Pumpkin French Toast on a baking sheet ( do not stack on top of each other!)
  2. •Place baking sheet in freezer for 4-6 hours until bread is frozen
  3. •Once frozen, place bread in a freezer bag. Put frozen Pumpkin French Toast in the toaster and lightly toast to serve after freezing!
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Directions:

  • Mix together all ingredients

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  • Dip bread into  mixture until well coated and place in hot skillet or on a hot griddle
  • Allow one side to cook ( about 4-5 minutes) then flip over and cook other side.

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  • Cook until golden brown on both sides!
  • Serve with whipped cream, syrup, powder sugar, or fresh fruit!

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To Freeze:

  • Place cooked Pumpkin French Toast on a baking sheet ( do not stack on top of each other!)
  • Place baking sheet in freezer for 4-6  hours until bread is frozen

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  • Once frozen, place bread in a freezer bag. Put frozen Pumpkin French Toast in the toaster and lightly toast to serve after freezing!
Recipe adapted from $5 Dinner Mom

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