Here's my snow pixs and at the end of this posting I am going to share my receipe for Peanut Butter French Toast, which is beloved by the members of this household except me, I hate peanut butter! Why do I make it if I won't eat it?? Because I live in house of peanut butter lovers and if it was chocolate french toast, I would eat it all up and gain yet another 5 pounds. My diet plan, make what you hate!
Here's me.....why am I wearing a dog leash? So I don't lose it under 2 tons of snow....the previous attached dog is now trying to walk thru 2 feet of snow. The dog stand about 2 feet at her shoulders so just her head sticks up. She does love it though!
Here's my car during the storm....see all the snow piled up on top!
Here's my hubby, Ed, dragging the pine tree off the backyard fence. The branches started snapping off from the weight of the snow. Ed is looking forward to cutting the branches up smaller with some man tools. Not sure what is it with men and chopping things up but keeps him busy.
Now Ed is 6' 3"........and the snow comes up to his waist in some places.
Then the french toast......I whipped this up when the snow was coming down fast and furious.
It's really simple.....
Peanut Butter French Toast
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
1 cup sugar
1 3/4 cup milk
2 tsp vanilla
10 cups torn bread
1. Heat oven to 350 degrees
2. Spray 2 square baking dishes or one 9 by 13 inch baking dish with cooking oil.
3. Mix first five ingredients together with a mixer.
4. Stir in bread with a spoon.
5. Pour in prepared dish and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.
PS I like to cut in some chocolate chips or strawberry jam after I pour into the dish. The photo is the strawberry jam version. Certain people ate the chocolate chip verison before I had a chance to get a photo.
Have a great day!! I'm walking over to a friend's house today so the kids can climb the 10 foot moutain of snow at the end of her street.