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This past Christmas, my husband and I had so many places to visit. First, we had our own Christmas at home. We woke up early, put our traditional Christmas breakfast of peach French toast in the oven and brought our presents to the couch. We played Christmas music and opened our gifts on our own. After that, we got ready and started making our rounds. We knew we had a long day ahead so we showered and had a good breakfast.
We visited my parent’s house, then my uncle’s and finally my father in law’s. We ate 4 meals that day and were positively stuffed. We thought we wouldn’t eat another meal again for days! But as we pulled into our home near midnight, we noticed a casserole dish on our doorstep. It was a snicker doodle cobbler by my neighbor Anne. We figured we’d leave it for tomorrow, but when I opened the dish, I took a bite and was hooked. We ate half of it there. It was so delicious and after asking Anne for the recipe, I realized it was easy to make as well. I think this will be our new Christmas tradition!
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