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Pumpkin French Toast

Halloween and Thanksgiving may be over, but I think any time is the perfect time for Pumpkin French Toast. What I really love about this recipe is that you can make it ahead of time: Overnight, or a couple of hours ahead, and it’s going to be a fantastic thing to wake the rest of your family up to.

I served generous helpings of this comforting and hearty breakfast casserole with British bacon, much to my husband’s delight. If you’ve never had British bacon, you haven’t lived, my friend. It’s cut from a completely different part of the pig, and it goes through a completely different curing process. Search some out at your local British imports shop, or go to and order yourself some. Get some real Cadbury’s chocolate while you’re there.

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the urban baker

Saturday 4th of December 2010

I have pumpkin and I have left over challah from last nights dinner! tomorrows breakfast will be a very special treat for my entire household!


Saturday 4th of December 2010

Hooray! Thanks so much for the feedback, everyone. I love it when people really do make what you post and then come back and tell you about it :D

Tickled Red

Saturday 4th of December 2010

:O I am speechless! That takes pumpkin into a whole new stratosphere. Ummm...are you telling me that there is a meat candy out there that has been taken up a notch. Heavens!


Saturday 4th of December 2010

Made it, ate it, loved it. Thanks a million :)


Friday 3rd of December 2010

Ok, I am making this tomorrow. Like for real. I'm not just one of the commenters that says that and then never tries the recipe. The pumpkin is in the fridge, the bread is sitting out to go stale. It's show time!

I'll let you know how it goes :)

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