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3 Yummy Mother’s Day Treats

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3 Yummy Mother’s Day Treats

Want to show your appreciation for Mom this Mother’s Day? How about breakfast in bed or a lovely brunch? Our cinnamon French Toast recipe is to die for!

Cinnamon French Toast
2 eggs
½ cup milk
Dash salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
6 slices Italian bread

Whisk eggs and milk together, then add sugar and cinnamon. Dip 6 slices of Italian bread into mixture, coating both sides. Cook in a well-greased, non-stick skillet, working in batches if you have to, turning until each side until  cooked through and golden brown. Sprinkle slices with cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar or Mom’s favorite, maple syrup! Serve with some fresh fruit. Makes 2+ servings.

Individual Coffee Cakes
1 ½ cups flour
2 tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. salt
½ cup sugar
3 tbsp. melted shortening
1 teaspoon grated orange rind
1 beaten egg
¾ cup milk

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2 tablespoon brown sugar
½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 ½ teaspoon flour
2 teaspoon butter or margarine
½ cup chopped walnuts.

Sift dry ingredients together. Combine shortening, rind, egg and milk. Add to dry ingredients, mixing well. Turn into paper cup lined muffin pans. Mix all toping ingredients together then sprinkle on top of each muffin. Bake at 375° F for 20 minutes.

For Lunch:

Cream of Asparagus Soup

1 bunch fresh asparagus
1 medium onion, sliced
2 cups milk
2  tablespoons butter, melted
2 tablespoons flour
1 cup evaporated milk, scalded
Salt and pepper

Simmer the asparagus in salted water. Drain. Cut off and save the tender tips. Mash the stems through a coarse sieve. Place onion slices in the milk and scald; remove onion.Add the asparagus pulp to the milk. Blend together butter and flour, stir in a little hot milk to make a paste, and add slowly to the soup while stirring. Bring to a boil, add evaporated milk and asparagus tips. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

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