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My guests were literally scraping to get every little bit out when I made this for them. In fact, I found my friend’s husband picking tiny bites out of the nearly empty dish after everyone had all moved outside for swimming pool time! Next time I will definitely make more than one pan so that everyone can have seconds and maybe thirds.
I don’t have to tell you that I sent home that recipe with my friend when they were headed back home. Even her picky kids loved it. She says they beg her to make it at least once a week, and that it’s so easy she just can’t say no. She’s tried it with a variety of fruit toppings which is something I’ve never considered. So far, her family favorite is strawberries.
Recipe courtesy of Sally’s Baking Addiction.
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Quick Tip: Prepare this easy-to-assemble casserole the night before so that when you wake up all you have to do is pop it in the oven, get a cup of coffee and relax.