This is my families favorite casserole. This came from a Company's Coming book. When I am cooking for the youth on our yearly mission trip this is always requested. I've even made it for groups of 200 hungry youth.
Tempted to eat these for breakfast everyday. These are a staple as a breakfast food on the long drive to Grandma's house. You can add raisins or any other dried fruit if you desire. Honey, can we stop for a coffee? I know we have only been driving 10 minutes!
My oldest daughter always looked for these in the tin of goodies Grandma brought to our house on Christmas. Good luck getting one if she found them first. These take a while but are so creamy good. A great teacher gift.
A company casserole, looks amazing and tastes great. Everyone always asks for this recipe. So simple, you can enjoy the evening without a lot of dishes to do. Serve with a salad, pesto covered egg noodles and crusty bread.
I have been making these for my father in law since I married his son 21 years ago. These taste a lot like the bounty bars I use to get as a child. Every Christmas I include these in the dessert trays I make. I am unsure of the cooking time as I have never timed it.
We love to entertain friends for breakfast on lazy Saturday mornings. When I phone my friends to see if they are awake enought yet to get together for a cup of Joe they usually groan and say only if I make a batch or two of these babies. You can add fresh raspberries instead of the raisins to make them even better. Serve with clotted cream and homemade jam. Phone a friend, brew the coffee and enjoy.