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For some very spooky, scary times, leave this lying around the dining room table for anyone, oh, you know, watching their weight, carrying around a meter of any kind, needing assistance walking around for weight problems — you know, generally getting on your nerves and needing a sweeter start in life…. Oh no! What have I said?! Or not, maybe just be selfish and keep it to yourself!

Stuffed Candy Corn Cake

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Breakfast Sandwiches with Sausage Gravy

What's for Dinner Moms?

We love to have breakfast for dinner about once a week. They had breakfast sausage and eggs on sale this week so of course we needed to have eggs and sausage. My kids love breakfast sandwiches and we decided to switch them up a bit by adding a layer of sausage gravy to the English muffins before piling on the eggs, cheese, and sausage.


Oh my! This simple layer of sausage gravy raised the bar on breakfast sandwiches in our house. WOW! The flavor was amazing and added just a bit of creaminess to the dish. Taste and adjust the spices in the gravy to your liking. We like it a bit peppery so it had almost a hot bite to it. Amazing!

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Overnight French Toast

The Cooking Cactus

Overnight French Toast

Hello again! I’m back with another yummy recipe for you all! This one came from Austin’s mom, Lisa. I am so happy that she shared this recipe with us, because it tastes so dang good! It’s easily become one of our favorite breakfast/brunch meals. Thank you, Lisa!

This recipe is fairly easy, and besides soaking overnight, takes hardly any time to do! So don’t be scared off when you see “Part 1” and “Part 2” below!

The berries and bananas used make a syrup in the bottom of the pan, and it works so well with the crispy French bread. My mouth is literally watering while I’m typing this…it’s that good.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to comment below!

Overnight French Toast


  • 1 French loaf
  • 5 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla
  • about 24 ounces (1 bag)…

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