Monday, December 31, 2012

Wake Up New Years Day To This!

I am not sharing the best mocktail, cocktail or New Years Eve appetizer recipe today. 
I am sharing breakfast for tomorrow.
So in between putting the holiday decorations away, reading the last issue of People Magazine for the year and putting your hair in curlers for tonight's big event, go to the grocery store and buy some Nutella, so you can make this tomorrow morning.

Sitting around the table talking about your 2013 goals just won't be the same if you are not eating stuffed french toast with a spread of Nutella in the middle- really it won't!
And whether you accomplished all of your 2012 goals and projects or not, go ahead and pour yourself a mimosa and toast to a wonderful year and an even better year ahead! You deserve it!
You can work it off tomorrow! I mean, don't we all have more exercise on our resolution list anyways?
Happy New Year! My very best to you for a wonderful healthy and prosperous year ahead.

PS- Using 'Texas toast' instead of normal sandwich bread, takes your french toast to another level!

Grateful for~
The new pair of running shoes that I got so I can take a run after breakfast to work the french toast off!
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ImSoVintage said...

Yum!! Happy New Year. Enjoy your breakfast and your run :)

Lisa~A Cottage To Me said...

What a way to ring in the New Year! Looks delicious!

Jen said...

Oh my goodness how wonderful that looks! I would so love to wake up to breakfast in bed tomorrow morning....

Happy New Year!

NanaDiana said...

Laura- Happy New Year even though you are naughty enough to post this decadent dessert (surely it is a dessert and not breakfast!;>) Blessings to you- xo Diana

thistlewoodfarm said...

You go girl! Love Texas toast! Thanks for the yummy recipe!

Happy, happy New Year to you!


Eclectically Vintage said...

I am a breakfast girl - you need to come to a Jersey diner! Love french toast (but my girls are allergic to tree nuts) so if I make this, I'll have to eat it all myself and then run 25 miles! But I will take that mimosa - cheers to a fabulous 2013!

Dewdrop Gardens said...

Love french toast done with thick bread! Fried a golden brown then baked... decadent! Not a fan of Nutella...but I spied blueberries on your plate...I'd love to stuff it with those and then slather with real Canadian maple syrup. Oh you've got my mouth watering lol
Happy New Year!
Debbie :)

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Happy, happy New Year...the french toast looks wonderful....breakfast/brunch is definitely my favorite meal of the day!!! Especially when you add a Mimosa or a Bloody Mary!!!

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

This sounds phenomenal!!!
My daughter will love this.
Thanks so much for sharing this
idea/recipe, Laura.


Bella Michelle said...

This looks super yummy! If we are ever not low carbing I will have to give it a to stop licking the computer screen...

At The Picket Fence said...

Oh my goodness!! If only I had seen this before I made french toast this morning it would have made the experience 10 times better! Oh well, guess I'll just have to make it again tomorrow right? ;-)

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Do you know how hard it is to wish someone a Happy New Year when you are drooling!!!! Wonderful food... wonderful post!

Shannon Fox said...

That looks de-lish! Tell you what, get in a run for me while you're out there kay?

Happy New Year ~ Shannon

Debbie said...

Oh my goodness Laura, that looks amazing! Sinful but amazing. And how does that fit into my new year's resolution? Not very well....but maybe just one bite. :) Have a wonderful new year!


Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Wow, Laura...this one takes the prize! I think I gained five pounds simply reading this post ;P This would be a great late Sunday brunch dish after church.

Linking from The Polo House (I was late to the party, LOL)....

Happy New Year!
~Ricki Jill

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