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I love breakfast, how about you?
It’s one of my favorite meals of the day as I am quite partial to lunch and dinner, too. Hehe! I came across a recipe for something spectacular the other day called “pumpkin French toast casserole with brown sugar crumble topping” and man oh man did it ever look good!
I just knew I had to make it. Surprisingly, it is very simple to throw together. In all honesty, this breakfast casserole can also be served as a dessert.
It’s very sweet and wholesome. When serving as a dessert I would suggest adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the mix. Something tells me that you and your family are really going to like this recipe 🙂
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Quick Tip: Serve this casserole with a dollop of Cool Whip. Yum!