Crisp Fall Morning… and a perfect Breakfast

The Ingredients

I’ve been looking forward to this morning since Wednesday when Emily Bites posted her recipe for Pumpkin French Toast.  The weatherman was forecasting a cold front coming into Oklahoma that would put us in the 40’s (and after a summer of 100+ heat that 40 degrees sounded heavenly).  That’s a perfect morning for Pumpkin French Toast.  So, I made up a batch but instead of using regular bread I used rustic crusty whole wheat french bread (weighed out a 100 calorie portion which ended up being five 1/2 inch medallions).  I topped with some Mrs. ButterWorth’s Sugar Free Syrup and 1/8 tsp powdered sugar sprinkled on top.  Seriously scrumptious!

Now, I’m off to buy dirt to plant my new 1/2 price rose bushes and pansies!!  I love fall… love it!

As always,

i.go.slo.mo

Seriously Scrumptious Pumpkin French Toast

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About LeAnn

Start with a head in the clouds dreamer… a pinch of eccentricity… mix in an insatiable curiosity about everything… fold in no **real skills to brag about… dust a surface with a desire to go in slow motion, creating moments that become memories and proving that life after 50 can rock … roll it out in the suburbs of middle america and knead until the consistency is flexible .. place in a hot oven and you seriously never know what will pop up on this blog… but I'd lay odds it's eclectic and nostalgic and sometimes impulsive. Thanks for dropping by... **no real skills unless you count list making.. I love lists... lists of all kinds.. I love making them, reading them, obsessing over them .. I am a quintessential, expert, list-maker.

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