Pumpkin Streusel Muffin French Toast

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These look like an easy sweet entree. I'll try them, but instead of using a muffin pan which looks like it would be a messy process, I'm going to try it in individual ramekins. Pumpkin Streusel Muffin French Toast

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i followed the instructions except for baking in the ramekins instead of the muffin tin. Good thing I've got an extra fridge to hold a big tray overnight. I made sure to cut the bread cubes really tiny. Even the Aussies that I had at the table this morning were impressed. They don't usually eat anything pumpkin. 

I served it with turkey sausage links. We also had poached pears and raisin bran muffins this morning, too.

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I made it this morning for a full house of 10. ALL the plates came back empty. I made it in ramekins. It was so pretty and puffy! There's a pic of it on my Inn FB page.

 

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awww thought that just might work out beautifully. I am glad to hear it did. I can well imagine how it looked. Wasn't the smell of it cooking ummmie? Did you serve it with anything else. ? I think it would be most filling all by it self in a ramekin. 

 

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Aussie Innkeeper wrote:

I made it this morning for a full house of 10. ALL the plates came back empty. I made it in ramekins. It was so pretty and puffy! There's a pic of it on my Inn FB page.

 

I just saw it on your FB page and immediately came here to see if you posted about it! Sounds like it was a hit. Did you follow the directions except for using ramekins?

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Made recipe. Tried it out . I did not like it . To mushy. If you like soft bread pudding you may like this. If I ever do it again ....I think I might try it in a big squ pan. Glad I put it together last night and gave it a taste. Just thought I may try it in a ramekin instead. If doing that serve it with some apple sausage paddies on the side.

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Maybe baking in ramekins would be better than the small muffin cups. Also you could try using less pumpkin mixture so it would not be so wet. I am sure it would be just as tasty put into a large pan and baked just like any other bread pudding.

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Was it just the texture you had a problem with? How was the flavor?

I'm glad you tried it out first. The photography these days makes everything look so tasty!

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hum as far as flavor. It did have that. The texture is soft to mushy! in the middle. I would like to try it next year. And use the ram's. think it would dry them out. If not that it would make them even. I would like it crust on the front. BUT! ram would I think make then crusty or dryer on top and maybe soft  .

 

Happy thanks giving to all. CANCKS..... Enjoy your turkey. I am going to wait till it is Nov. Thanks giving and see what is going on in that district.

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All this pumpkin talk had me buying 6 pie pumpkins yesterday (2 for reserve) and having DH draw faces on them to put at the places this morning. What a disappointment! NO ONE even said anything about them! I did make pumpkin chocolate chip muffins this morning too. They both took "care packages".

 

To those Up North - Happy Turkey Day!!!!

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I copied that too. I am going to do that Sunday and the pancakes too. I hoped to do my awesome waffle recipe. But somewhooo I have missedcrying placed the recipe.

This guest will be here till Monday morning then.....72 hours later we are off on our trip of all trips .smileyWill be back in April. I am getting excited. Motor home almost finished packing her up.

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Let us know how the recipe turns out.

Have a wonderful trip and if you get to the central/northern Oregon coast, I'd love to show you around a little!

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I will 

Will be in Oregon coast some time in March.

Thank you . will check later how I will be able to get in touch with you.

Were you by any chance at the PHII conference held in Portland about 2 years ago?

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Flower wrote:

I will 

Will be in Oregon coast some time in March.

Thank you . will check later how I will be able to get in touch with you.

Were you by any chance at the PHII conference held in Portland about 2 years ago?

I couldn't make that one! We're planning a regional (not PAII) conference in Feb in the Hood River area if you're interested.

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That looks really good!

Does anyone serve pumpkin or apple pie for breakfast this time of year? I thought I might, especially closer to Thanksgiving.

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No pie, but I make pumpkin muffins, bread & pancakes.

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