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I can eat pumpkin pie all year really. I love it. As a little girl, I couldn’t stand the taste of it. Isn’t it funny how things can so drastically change as you get older? This pumpkin pie french toast recipe is really an excuse to eat pumpkin pie for breakfast…but almost better!

The trick is to start with cinnamon bread. I grabbed the soft bread with the cinnamon swirls that just happen to be on sale. Get a nice, soft brand that will soak up our pumpkin/egg mixture. It really makes a difference.



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Here’s the video on making these. The recipe and instructions are below. Let me know how delicious they are!


1/4 cup pumpkin puree
3 eggs
1/4 cup milk of choice
1 TBS pumpkin pie spice
1tsp salt
6-8 slices cinnamon swirl bread

Whisk together pumpkin, eggs, milk and pumpkin pie spice
Dip your bread slices in mixture and fully coat both sides
Don’t be afraid to let them soak in the mixture a bit to really get the flavor
Sprinkle soaked bread slices with a little more pumpkin pie spice and salt

Fry the slices on medium heat
Stack and drizzle with syrup and top with whipped cream. Super super yummy!


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