This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Natures Pride Bread. All opinions are 100% mine.
In the midst of turkeys, sweet potatoes, and PIE, it might be easy to forget about breakfast. Don’t forget about breakfast! It does the body good. Especially a filling, nutritious, whole-grain breakfast like this one. Plus, it is easy to make and will impress any overnight guests that might be crashing at your house.
Is it sad that I can’t even remember what I had for breakfast on Thanksgiving when I was growing up? Don’t get me wrong, I had a perfect childhood. I remember lots of amazing Thanksgiving dinners. I just can’t remember Thanksgiving breakfast. Give your family something to remember! Start a new tradition! Make these Baked Apple French Toast Cups and prepare for people to be impressed.
When Nature’s Pride asked me to come up with a great Thanksgiving recipe, I didn’t want to be boring and do stuffing. Not that stuffing is boring–it actually is my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. But I wanted to mix things up a little.
I was also very excited that they approached me because Nature’s Pride is one of the brands of bread that I buy very frequently. They include no high fructose corn syrup, no trans fat, and no artificial preservatives. That’s good news! Who wants a “whole grain” bread that’s full of all that other junk? Not me. I used their Healthy Multi-Grain Bread for this recipe, but you could easily substitute any of their breads.
Giveaway has closed! Congrats to #71 (Sarah K), #10 (Dixya) and #33 (Katie)!
Three (3) winners will each receive:
A month’s supply of Nature’s Pride bread (via 4 full-value coupons). PLEASE NOTE: Due to the closing of Hostess Brands, Nature’s Pride bread will no longer be in production. Instead of coupons for Nature’s Pride bread, each of the three winners will receive a Wonder Bread Cookbook and a 20 dollar Visa Giftcard. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
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