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About a week ago, my husband and I went to chilly New York City.
Being a southern girl from Florida, my blood was definitely not ready for the climate change. It resulted in wet and cold toes I could no longer feel, chapped lips and my hair all in knots from the wind. We were walking in the rain getting soaked when we decided we’d walk into the very next restaurant we would run into. We found a diner and guess what they served…
Yep, French Toast Casserole. It was a delicious, bake where the tops were toasty and had a little crunch, but the insides were nice and warm and soft. The brown sugar streusel over the top was the perfect addition. This was just what we needed to warm up on that chilly morning. So, as soon as I got home, I set out to find the perfect recipe, and here it is! The creators of this recipe knew exactly what they were doing when they were putting it together. This is the perfect Christmas morning breakfast. It might even turn out to be a tradition for you, year after year as your kids and grandkids grow older.
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Quick Tip: For an extra boost of flavor, sprinkle some cinnamon over the top once it’s finished baking.