english muffin french toast

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This overnight French Toast recipe is easy and served with fresh fruit, Greek Yogurt or maple syrup.

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  1. Pam

    This wold be a wonderful tasty breakfast! The photo of your mom and son is great and how wonderful with the 4-generation photo. This is a great tribute to your "moms"!

  2. Anna and Liz Recipes

    What a beautiful post Tricia! Not only your photos are spectacular, but your tribute to all the Moms including your memorable photos of you with your mom and grandmother are just precious, brings tears to my eyes. Love you girlfriend! … like your my next door neighbor. When you come to Charleston, please please contact me! <br />xxoo Anna

  3. Cheri Savory Spoon

    What a great post Tricia, beautiful 4-generation picture. The Wikipedia definition seems rather dull, I mean it is so much more……..Have a wonderful Mother's day, I just know it's going to be nice.

  4. Angie Schneider

    Those family photos are precious! <br />I love the idea of turning English muffins into French toast! They look so beautiful and delicious with all the fresh berries. <br />

  5. Chris Scheuer

    What a lovely post Tricia. Thanks for sharing such a special part of your heart with us. I love the picture of the four generations of beautiful women, that is precious beyond words. Your mom looks like a sweetheart. <br />Love your breakfast – I never thought of using English muffins for French toast but it sounds and looks fabulous.

  6. SavoringTime in the Kitchen

    I love the photos of your mother and son and your 4 generations! I lost my mother in 2005 and never met my grandmother as she died when my mother was only 10 years old. Happily I have two wonderful, grown daughters to help pamper me on Mothers' Day. <br /><br />I never would have though to make French toast with English muffins but I love the idea. They look delicious, Tricia!

  7. Wendy

    Oh my goodness, Tricia! That photo of your mom and Patrick could win a gorgeous baby contest or "show grandparent-love in a photo" contest….or maybe just "show love in a photo" contest. 🙂 I can understand why you would treasure the 4 generation photo also. How incredibly special to be able to document all of you together. Lots of red/strawberry-blond hair in your family. 🙂

  8. Monica

    Have a wonderful Mother's Day, Tricia! You always set such a lovely table. I adore English muffins and French toast is always a special treat…what a great combination for Mother's Day. Have a great one on Sunday!

  9. Mary Callan

    What a lovely post! you're so right that Wiki description is sorely lacking! your wonderful french toast breakfast is a perfect Mother's Day treat!<br />Mary