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"This recipe is easy and comes out great every time. The best part is, you can make them the night before and just stick them in the oven and 30 minutes later you have nice hot homemade cinnamon buns." -- JOANNE B
"A perfect addition to our Easter Brunch. Made homemade hollandaise which I recommend. I used smoked salmon instead of Canadian bacon, because I was also serving ham with the meal. This worked well." -- MacL
"I made this for Easter brunch, what a hit. It was easy and all the ingredients are available. All ages raved about it. Will cetainly be on my menu for all brunches." -- Sue Maone
"I made this for Easter brunch, and it stole the show! Everyone from my sister, to my husband, to my parents, to my in-laws said it was one of the best French toasts they'd ever had. The brown sugar pecan topping is perfect! So impressive. I would give it 10 stars if I could! Love, love, love." -- EMT
"Delicious! Such a great twist on an old favorite. This was a great way to use up all of our Easter eggs." -- cookin' robin
"This is now our go-to breakfast casserole. It is tasty and fairly simple to make. It can easily be put together the night before, and popped into the oven in the morning. We like to use sage sausage and added a layer of seasoned cooked hash browns before adding the eggs, and doubled the recommended amount of cheese." -- Cookie Momster
"Hooray for Grampa! I make this now so often I have the recipe memorized."
"This is a delicious ham glaze. I used this on our Easter ham, and everyone loved it! Every ingredient in this recipe complements ham, and when combined delivers a wonderful, full-flavor glaze." -- Cat Lady Cyndi