If I have learned anything about love and marriage, it is that you have to learn to give from the inside. Breakfast Lasagna made out of Cinnamon Raisin French Toast for a quiet, breezy Florida morning? “Yes, please!”, my wife says excitingly. That’s love right there. We’re so getting ready for Valentine’s Day, it’s not even funny.
Cathy—my wife’s cousin—and I had a chance to go alone to her local Dollar Tree to teach her the ropes. They had EVERYTHING for Valentine’s Day!
I mean, this spot had more things than they have online or in any of my local stores. Let’s just say we went absolutely ham and bought everything they had in pink, red and white.
We went back to her house with all our supplies in hand ready to conquer the world. Weee!
The two of us got our creative juices flowing and made a ton of festive decor for their house. A beautiful felt heart wreath for the front door, candelabras for the bathroom with festive ribbon. Gosh, we even got some table scatter for the breakfast bar, glittery hearts to pour into potpourri bowls around the house.
Breakfast Lasagna made out of our delicious Cinnamon Raisin French Toast for a quiet morning with your lover? Get ready, Valentine's Day is coming right up!
Cinnamon Raisin French Toast*
1 pkg turkey bacon
1 cup mushrooms, sliced
2 leeks, chopped
Handful chives, roughly chopped
1 cup shredded veggie cheese
Follow the recipe for Cinnamon Raisin French Toast.
Cook all your slices of bacon on a skillet until crisp. Set aside.
Scramble eggs. Set aside.
Slice and chop veggies. Sauté mushrooms with leeks until golden. Set aside.
In a casserole dish, begin layering your breakfast lasagna in this order: Cinnamon Raisin French Toast, turkey bacon, scrambled eggs, mushrooms, leeks, chives, and shredded cheese. Then, repeat till you run out of ingredients.
Cut into squares. Drizzle with honey. Serve.
Use the same skillet for the entire recipe. The residual bacon fat gives the dish a special flavor.