This is another version of hot fruit compote! It is a little "richer" than my other fruit compote recipe posted here. My family thinks both are equally good. This one take a tiny tad more work, but still qualifies as easy and delicious!
You don't have to be in the kitchen at the crack of dawn to prepare a terrific breakfast. In this recipe the French toast is soaked overnight like bread pudding — in the morning all you need to do is add the topping and pop it in the oven. Serve it with coffee, juice, and fresh fruit and you've got a well-rounded way to start the day.
A recipe from my TOH magazine that looks so delicious. Plan to make for our Christmas morning brunch, but would be good for breakfast or brunch anytime. This is made the night before, so good when guest are staying, just get up and take it from refrigerator 30 mins before baking.
I found this recipe in Old Farmers Almanac. It is quick preparation and very easy to make. The recipe calls for Vermont cheddar chesse but I used Kraft. I do not think it could have been any better. It is very filling.
This is a recipe I developed years ago, a small amount of baking powder is what makes this recipe special! it's a family favorite and takes very little time to throw together, I sometimes just bake the complete recipe in a 10-inch round cake pan, but two smaller pans will do fine also, you will *love* this!:)
This is a recipe to WOW them all! Make ahead and marinate in the fridge overnight. Pull it out in the morning and bake! A very rich and unique dish! Caramelizes on the bottom, so no need to top with syrup! It's that easy. Time doesn't include fridge time. Enjoy!
This recipe comes from my Great American Easy Gourmet cookbook. I love easy recipes with a short list of ingredients and this fits the bill. This is easy and delicious. Servings depend on the size of your slices. If you try this, I hope you enjoy!