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The in-laws were coming for a visit at the end of the school year. It’s their usual routine. They don’t like coming to our house unless they know that they are going to get to spend all of their time with the kids. It’s one of the things I love most about them. My husband and I will usually take a day or two off from work, but that’s it. The parents want to take the kids and do stuff with them on their own, so there really is no point of us staying home any more than that. I like to make their visit as comfortable as possible though. I always try and get some sort of breakfast going for them before I leave in the morning, so that they don’t have to get up and feed three hungry kids. That usually means that they are going out to eat and that can get expensive after a few times. So, I found a bunch of overnight recipes this last time that they came that I could take advantage of.
Spend With Pennies had a great recipe for an overnight apple pie French toast. I mean, that just makes my mouth water, just the name all by itself. I tossed it together one night before I went to bed. It was ready in the morning before I went to work and I had it sitting out for when all the sleepyheads got up.
My son actually called me at work to tell me how tasty breakfast was and to thank me for doing it. Now, that doesn’t happen every day. I was so proud to call him mine, and wished him a fun day with his grandparents.
Recipe courtesy of Spend With Pennies. Photo credits to Wine & Glue.
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Quick Tip: Use whatever apples you like best. Granny Smith seem to fit just fine in here.