Want to know the winner of the Gooseberry Patch giveaway?
It's at the bottom of this post. (I'm sneaky like that. *grin*)
(This is a repost from a couple years ago. A lot of our family favorites! Enjoy!)
Our church has a breakfast between sunrise service and regular service. For the last few years the coordinator of the breakfast has asked our oldest, Noah, to make his delicious french toast.
This year she asked him to make more since it was so popular last year they ran out! I've posted the french toast recipe before and I recently edited it so look below for the link!
I thought I'd take this moment to share with you some yummy Easter breakfast/brunch ideas!
Photo credit: Loveless Cafe
(Go visit this site! It's so farmhouse-y! I love it!!)
Bananaberry Muffins can be baked the day before! Pop them in the oven to warm up if you'd like that fresh-from-the-oven warmth!
Old House Breakfast Cups can be prepped the night before and thrown together in the morning or you can bake them the day before and just simply reheat them. Very yummy and filling!
Sausage Gravy and Biscuits I often make the gravy ahead of time and put it in a little crock pot to warm up so it's ready to go. The biscuits can be mixed up and cut the night before and you can pop them in the oven before the meal. (Or you can buy the whack on the counter type of biscuits from the store. Hey, it's a special day and the cook deserves a break, right?)
Old House French Toast This is one item that has to be made fresh. Sure, you can warm them up in the oven or toaster oven, but they are better fresh!
Of course serve your meal with milk, orange juice, and a side of fruit to round it out!
For more ideas visit my Breakfast page HERE.
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Check out this lovely in our shop!
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Congratulations to Jennifer R.!
She has been contacted and her book is in the mail!