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Cinnamon Toast - Back to your Childhood #8224202 04/03/21 02:34 PM
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Used to make this in the oven all the time for the kids and grandkids. Somehow, when they're gone, you forget just how good it is!! Oh, and bacon and basted eggs don't hurt either. smile

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Looks tasty!

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Seldom ever had it, looks good though up


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Looks good. I hadn't had cinnamon toast in years until I got a toaster oven. Now I fix it all the time. It's easy and dang it's good.

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Re: Cinnamon Toast - Back to your Childhood [Re: Blank] #8224428 04/03/21 06:37 PM
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Grew up on it, seldom make it now.



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Originally Posted by rickym
Grew up on it, seldom make it now.

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Love cinnamon toast on whole wheat bread.


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My favorite toast. Made a lot of it as a kid, haven't made it in years. Now I have to bake some bread bang


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Man, I'm 50% cinnamon toast I ate so much growing up, thanks for sharing.

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Originally Posted by rickym
Grew up on it, seldom make it now.

Same here, didn't know we were poor. Thought we were kings with all the home cooked meals, cinnamon toast, fried bologna, Spam salad sandwiches, chili beans (more pinto beans than meat), spaghetti in tomato sauce (no meat) and cinnamon rollups with the left over pie dough.

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And now we (some people) think buying a $5.00 designer coffee is NORMAL. Sad to see, and really miss the old days!!!!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Blank
And now we (some people) think buying a $5.00 designer coffee is NORMAL. Sad to see, and really miss the old days!!!!!!!!!

Speaking of coffee, I remember my mom making a second pot of coffee and reusing the grounds. She would add some fresh grounds on top of the old ones. Of course this was when people used percolators and you cooked the coffee to the color you liked. We had one made out of aluminum that went on top of the burner of the stove and a fancy electric one for company. I still have the aluminum one for camping trips and power outages.

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