It was summer and I knew what that meant…. there were going to be kids at our house just about every night. My son is kind of a homebody, and he always wants people to come to his house instead of going to other people’s. I have no idea where he gets that from… cough… anyway, that’s the way it is. I’m okay with it, mainly because I passed that trait on to him. He’s tried sleepovers at different times, but he generally ends up calling me in the middle of the night to come and get him. I never hesitate to do it, but it can be frustrating, especially when he is at house all the way across town.
So, as the sleepover parties started, I started my research for new breakfast foods. I am a stay-at-home mom, so I’m lucky enough to be around all summer long for my kids cooking their meals, doing their cleaning, and generally just being around to watch them grow up and be there for them.
I wouldn’t change my job for the world. They pay isn’t that great, but the reward is undeniable. Recipe Lion had a recipe for Hawaiian french toast casserole that I made for one of the first overnight guests. The kids gobbled this right up without any issues.
Recipe courtesy of Recipe Lion. Photo credits go to Pinch of Yum.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to omit the coconut if you don’t like the flavor.