Today’s post is sponsored by Nespresso! We are superfans of their coffee, especially with Pumpkin Bread French Toast. 🙌🏼
And then I made pumpkin bread French toast and ate it with a creamy cup of Nespresso coffee. And by a creamy cup, I mean three creamy cups.
I mean, what else? It’s all just too easy and too wonderful.
This pumpkin bread French toast is the answer to your question: what does a person do with two full loaves of the most delicious pumpkin bread, especially when you only have two people living in your house?
Part one of the answer for us was a delivery of pumpkin bread to our neighbors ♡ because our neighbors are the best people ever, and because sharing is caring, and because sharing is portion control.
And part two of the answer was taking the remaining half loaf in the fridge and making it into something that screamed brunch! cozy! fall! happy early holidays! on an overcast, chilly Saturday morning – the kind of Saturday where you might just opt for pajamas until noon and then feel a teensy bit embarrassed when the UPS truck shows up and you actually have to answer the door and face the world, but not so embarrassed that it’s going to compel you to actually get dressed or stop you from wearing pajamas till noon in the future. So essentially, like, every Saturday. Or every day.
This is how we do, yknow?
I didn’t mean to be this meta, but things are about to come full circle: I actually am drinking a Nespresso (sip) this morning (sip) as I write this post (sip). Winning?
Bjork and I have used and loved the Nespresso VertuoLine machine for the last two years. You can see my first post about it —> right here – now I have the VertuoLine Evoluo which is the latest version in the collection. I first fell in love with the VertuoLine based solely on the fact that it enabled me to feed my addiction of both strong coffee and excellent espresso drinks without needing to drive to a coffee shop – PLUS I could control the type and amount of sugar and the quality of milk or cream and other important prissy-type things like that that are important to me.