Will 2016 be better?

I don’t want to be a downer, but 2015 for me was the pits in many ways. But guess what? God is still on the throne and Jesus is coming soon! Will He come in 2016? Who will be elected president? If you listen to the doomsayers, it’s going to be a defining year and danger is just around the corner. But our eyes aren’t to be on the storms and waves around us. Our eyes are to be on Jesus. And the safest place to be is in the center of His will. My prayer for you for 2016 is that you will hunger for more of Him, and you will feast your eyes on Him, so that you will live in perfect peace.   Tweet this: Our eyes are to be on Jesus & the safest place to be is in the center of His...

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The perfect holiday breakfast dish: Karla’s French Toast Egg Nog Casserole

This is a recipe blog hop! Go here to get the button and join us each week: The Most Delicious Recipe Blog Hop. Then add your recipe post to mine with the linky codes at the end of this post. Whether you’re a paleo, vegetarian, southern cook, or baker, you’re welcome to join me and post a weekly recipe! Karla’s French Toast Egg Nog Casserole When I got the idea for this recipe, I was extremely excited to try it. I’m happy to report that it tasted just as delicious as I imagined. And it’s so easy. You mix it the night before and pop it in the oven when you wake up. I used a basic french toast casserole recipe and instead of using cream or half and half and milk, I used egg nog. It was beyond amazing. I can’t wait to make it again for New Year’s Eve! Ingredients for casserole 1 loaf French bread (13 to 16 ounces) — I used a week-old loaf I got for .60! 8 large eggs 3 cups of your favorite egg nog (no alcohol) 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Dash salt Ingredients for Praline Topping 2 sticks of real butter — softened (set the sticks out overnight) 1 cup packed light brown sugar 1 cup chopped pecans 2 tablespoons light corn syrup 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg Tear up the French Bread into pieces as big as you like — about 1 inches. Some people slice them. I don’t. Place the pieces in a buttered 9 X 13 baking pan or dish. In another bowl combine the eggs, egg nog, sugar and salt and beat until well mixed. Pour mixture over the bread making sure all are covered evenly. Cover with foil and refrigerate overnight. The next day, preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine ingredients for the Praline Topping, spread evenly over the bread, and bake for 40 minutes. You may want to add your praline topping about 15 minutes into cooking if you don’t like a crusty top. I happen to like the crusty top–it’s my favorite part. You can serve it with syrup but there’s so much flavor, no one in my house wanted syrup with it! Tweet this: Try this delicious breakfast treat for New Year’s...

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F is for Food

Welcome to A to Z! We’d love to have you join the fun, either blogging your way through the alphabet with us, or simply visiting. =) We dearly love visitors. If you’re joining in the meme, be sure to link up with us at the end of this post. Since this is a blog hop, you can grab the code for the linky down there too. Find more info about the A to Z meme here. Today’s Blog is brought to you by the letter “F” I’m a little late posting for the letter “F”. I wanted to introduce my new recipe blog hop last week, but time constraints prevented it. So, I’ll introduce it here and hope you’ll join me this week when I provide the linky codes for The Most Delicious Blog Hop on the Internet! You can grab the button to add to your side bar here: The Most Delicious Recipe Blog Hop! If you’d like to participate, here are the Linky Codes for The Most Delicious Recipe Blog Hop . This is a great way to drive traffic to your site because people are looking for unique recipes for the holidays. In January folks will look for great waist-trimming recipes, too. I hope you’ll join me in this new adventure! Let’s get cooking!   Tweet this:  Join the Most Delicious Recipe Blog...

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