Pumpkin French Toast
As a little girl, my sister and I would watch Anne of Green Gables on repeat to the point that I think I memorized most of the lines. I used to beg my mother daily to put my hair in braids so I could match Anne. There was something magical about the movie that became my childhood favorite. Somehow, dreaming of my childhood favorites lead me to dream of my favorite breakfast—warm, soufflé French toast topped generously with butter and whipped cream.
Sometimes, I wish I could understand how my mind actually works — but the start of fall got me thinking about Anne of Green Gables which somehow lead me to creating this magical grain-free pumpkin French toast.If I ever can figure out my complicated thought process, I will let you know, but for now I will keep dreaming up these delightful recipes.
You can find my Grain Free & Paleo Pumpkin French Toast recipe on Colorful Eats.
I have been loving my new grain & nut free sandwich breadso am creating a few dishes that use the bread recipe.I have been making two loaves at a time to save on clean up, and the bread lasts perfectly in the refrigerator for up to a week.
As the morning air begins to chill, baking bread brings comfort to my kitchen and heart.Morning rituals of hearty breakfasts and hot cups of coffee bring a joyful start to the day. Place a loaf of bread in the oven, invite over some friends, and gather around the table to the smells of spice and freshly ground coffee.
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Festive Eats: Sweet, Savory & Seasonal Recipes for the Holidays - A Grain, Gluten & Refined Sugar Free Baking Guide for Thanksgiving and Christmas
I absolutely love all things relating to the holidays—from pumpkin to apples, to chocolate mochas and peppermint patties. Festive Eatsis a sweet and savory baking guide great for Paleo, GAPS, SCD or diabetic lifestyles. These 15 recipes offer a creative twist to classical holiday family favorites. Crafted usingnatural sweeteners andgrain-free flours, these desserts are not overly sweet, but simply delightful. This 40-page baking guide contains not only tips and techniques for grain-free baking and nutrition basics, but also many colorful photos to spark your imagination. Balancing nutrition with your culinary desires is the key to a lasting, healthy lifestyle. Eating should be a fun, joyful experience shared with family and friends. Gather around the table and enjoy this holiday season!