Thursday, August 2, 2012

Another Review.........Made French Toast Casserole.....very good!

Hello.......Sweet Ladies!!!!!!!!

Wow I can't believe all the time has gone by and we have only 2 1/2 days until we find out who wins the

Gooseberry Patch/Prairie Flower Farm Giveaway Party! 

Come over here so you can see the giveaways!

Hope you have been enjoying the recipes so far.....or have you  tried one yet? One of our followers made one of the recipes for her Bed and Breakfast! That was really special to read! 

I baked another recipe this morning for another REVIEW!!!

French Toast Casserole
1 cup brown sugar, packed
1/2 c. corn syrup
1 loaf french bread, sliced
5 eggs, beaten
1-1/2 c. milk
1 t. vanilla
Garnish: powdered sugar, maple syrup
Melt together brown sugar, butter and corn syrup in a saucepan over low heat; pour into a greased 13" x 9" baking pan. Arrange bread slices over mixture and set aside. Whisk together eggs, milk and vanilla; pour over bread, coating all slices. Cover and refrigerate overniht. Uncover and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, or until lightly golden. Sprinkle with powdered sugar; serve with warm syrup. Makes 6 to 8 servings.

 I made this for our family this morning for brunch. We also had a bushel of peaches..... so we cut some up and served them on the side. It was really really good and the French Toast looks so pretty when it comes out of the oven. Looks like you have baking all day! Not hard to make up at all though. In fact just minutes to whip it up. Love it that my Girlie Hens lay precious eggs for me!!!!!! Just have to go to the HEN HOUSE,  gathered.....and use! Makes it even more special!

 The 101 Breakfast and Brunch Cookbook, has beautiful pic's of all the recipes in the cookbook. 

Breezy Brunch Skillet

I am going to give you a few sneak peeks inside..... the 
101 Breakfast & Brunch Recipe Cookbook, just to give you an
idea of what the recipes look like inside. 

Whole-Grain Jam Squares

I am going to be canning some raspberry and some peach jam, will be perfect for this recipe. Don't they look pretty and nummy?

Homemade Bagels

Here is another  recipe, I really want to try. Homemade Bagels. I haven't tried them before have any of you? 

If you would like to buy the cookbook you can go Here

Hope all is well with you today!!!!! Also that you have already joined the Gooseberry Patch and Prairie Flower Farm Cookbook party!!!!!!!!! If not you can go HERE and sign up we would love to have ya!

I will be sewing......wanted to make that tag yesterday......well my son's family came out........had to go to the corral with my granddaughter.....oh bother......heehee!  Her baby stallion is growing up fast and it is so fun to watch them interact! Denali loves her, he will see her and come and sniff on her face. I am so grateful to live on a farm!

Hugs to your day.... from the farm,



  1. The cookbook pictures make you want to head to the kitchen, don't they?! Praying you get the rain your land needs.

    1. So true. The cookbook really is very nice! Thank you for praying. We hope it will rain on us tonight!
      Hugs, me

  2. Hi Linda,
    All those recipes do indeed look nummy!
    I too have wanted to try to make homemade bagels!!
    I love the asiago cheese bagels that they sell at Costco!
    One day...

    Have a great afternoon!

    Smiles :)

    1. Hi Kerin,

      The cookbook is really filled with good healthy
      recipes. I have appreciated that part! You have a great day today!
      Thanks for leaving a comment!!!!
      Hugs, me

  3. I have made cranberry nut bagels and also pumpkin bagels in the past. They are relatively easy to make and it's fun to be able to try different flavors. I'm sure you will find the recipe easy and fun to make and that the bagels will be delicious!

    1. Good morning Mrs. T. maybe sometime you could share your recipes on your blog.....send us over if you do!

      I think it will be fun to make the bagels with my girls! Hugs to your day sweet lady!!!!!!!!


  4. I love bagels but have never had homemade. You are very fortunate to live on a farm we have 4 acres that I call my farm and I love every inch. It's raining right now and I pray that it will be at your house soon.

    1. Hi Karen,

      I haven't either. 4 acres would be a farm to me! We got just a trace again last night. All north of us a bit. I have asked, now I have to trust. Please just keep praying for us, we so appreciate it!
      Hugs, me

  5. what delicious looking recipes! What fun to have your granddaughter come visit!
    Hugs and blessings!

    1. Hi cj, It is so fun to have children around me. I love them. When the girls get married it is going to be very sad. Iwill have to adopt!!!!!! Hope you have a nice day!
      Hugs, me

  6. Linda,

    I was pretty sure I had posted recipes for those bagels back when I first tried them. Sure enough! I did a search, and here's the link to that post: 2 kinds of bagels. Hope you enjoy the recipes if you try them!

    1. Thank you! You are so so fun to do this. Hugs, me

  7. Goodness I keep missing my comments. I now I left one here! that french toast. So pretty too!


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