I found this on the net (cooks.com, I think) and figured I'd give it a shot. WOW! The bread was fabulous and held together really well. Plus the brown sugar topping gave it a really nice crunch as an added touch. I can't imagine it's very good for you but with a taste like this, it's worth the extra time at the gym. Instructions for baking it in a jar are included.
I found this in a Gooseberry Patch casserole cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. It was originally submitted by Kimberly Rocheleau from Ontario, Canada. There are quite a few versions of this on the site but I couldn't find one with the exact ingredients as this.
I found this in a Gooseberry Patch cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. I saw a few similar recipes but they called for shredded hash browns and this one calls for hash brown patties. It was originally submitted to the cookbook by Cindy Mosch from Green Bay, WI. She also suggests subbing sausage and onion instead of the ham and adding chopped green peppers and mushrooms, if you desire.
I found this in a Gooseberry Patch cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. It was originally submitted by Kathy Grashoff from Ft. Wayne, IN. I think I will also add a dash of cinnamon and serve it with whipped cream. (Prep time includes the soaking time)
I have been to New Orleans twice and one of the things that keeps me coming back are the wonderful beignets that we had most mornings for breakfast (along with a hurricane cocktail) at Cafe Du Monde. Here's a recipe from Paula Deen that is about as close to Cafe Du Monde as I can get without a plane ticket.
The kids will love these and they are so much better than the store bought junk! It's a fairly simple recipe and you can add whatever dried fruit you want to get a different flavor. And if you're having a chocolate craving, stir in 1/2 c chocolate chips!