Monday, September 20, 2010

MTM: Shapes

This week's Muffin Tin Monday theme is shapes! This weekend Kidlet and I took our annual trip to the Apple Orchard and brought home a whopping 34 pounds of apples! So today's french toast is inspired by my kitchen table being covered in apples :P

Top L-R: Apple-Cinnamon stuffed french toast triangles, syrup, soy sausage rounds
Bottom L-R: Apple squares, oval grapes, and banana hunks *no, a hunk is not a shape but these are sort of square and sort of pointy so whatever :P*

The great news about Kidlet getting bigger every year is that this year I did not have to lift him up to the trees at all!

In case you ever wanted to know, this is what 34 pounds of apples looks like.

Kidlet says they are super delicious!

Apple Cinnamon stuffed French Toast
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Ingredients:
1 8oz block of cream cheese
1/4 cup sour cream
2 grated apples
1 tsp cinnamon
2 TBSP brown sugar
bread slices
1 egg
milk




1.) Grate the apples (Or if you like slice them in to chunks....Kidlet does not like apple pie type apples so I grated them)
2.) Combine cream cheese, sour cream, apples, cinnamon, and sugar
3.) Spread mixture between two slices of bread
4.) In a shallow dish, combine 1 egg and a small amount of milk. Dip toast sandwiches in to the mixture and cook in a skillet until golden brown

7 comments:

  1. All shapes are shapes! No one said the MTM Shapes theme was only BASIC shapes! If my husband can be considered 'pear-shaped' then 'hunk-shaped' can be a shape too... I bet he'd even trade shape names!

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  2. That french toast sounds so yummy! The Apple Orchard pics are too cute!

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  4. MMMM, Apple-cinnamon stuffed French toast sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  5. 34 pounds of apples?!!! Awesome! The apple French toast sounds heavenly... I'll have to try your recipe. :)

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  6. oh, such a sweet autumnal post, Jenn. your boy is so adorable and the thought of cinnamon apple french toast is just awesome. thanks for sharing this!!

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  7. I was crying about 11lbs last week. I could not imagine what I would do with 34 lbs. Well, maybe I could but my arms hurt just thinking about that many peels and cores to cut.

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