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It’s another video day!!

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Are you happy?!? I’m happy, but slightly sad because this is the last video for a couple of weeks. My number one video guy is off at school doing the whole college thing. We filmed all the previous videos that have been on the site this month, the week before Kai left for LA…it was craziness. Videos are so much work and so hard, at least for me. Like so, so, SO hard, but I have absolutely loved making them for you guys, and am excited to film a whole bunch more when Kai comes home for Thanksgiving break…meaning there will be videos in December!

Perfect cause you know, that’s my very favorite month of the year! I am pumped!

And clearly my excitement for the holidays is already through the roof. Don’t hate me, just love me for my enthusiasm…it doesn’t come out all that much, so take it while you can! 🙂

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

So today’s recipe and video are this pretty soup! I mean, it’s crockpot french onion soup! It really doesn’t get too much easier, as you will see in the video!

SIDE NOTE: the brother (Malachi/Kai) and I are having a hard time finding music for these videos. Any video pros out there who have suggestions?? They would be so, very much appreciated!

I feel like simple and easy and no fuss is really welcomed on a Monday. I mean, I get it. Monday is the worst, but I also feel like we can make it the best it can be with this soup. Yes, we can!!

Hello, cheesy french toast?

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

So I know all french onion soup has cheese melted over toast, but my toast is special because it’s actually french toast. Like egg dipped french bread fried in a skillet with butter and parmesan cheese.

Then the bread gets placed on top of the french onion soup and basically covered in Gruyère cheese. Oh yeah, I so went there… and I have no regrets. I am only giving us what our bodies are craving…cause you know I heard the rest of you guys are finally getting some cold weather too!

Anyone with any snow on the ground?!?

Basically, I have been consumed by cozy thoughts. I want all things cozy. Cozy clothes, cozy boots, cozy foods, cozy hats, cozy fires, oh and cozy candles! I love candles. I think my favorites are all the Fall Yankee Candles and then of course the Christmas Sugar Cookie Candles…which I do believe that everyone should have!

I actually really need to replenish my candle stock, does anyone have any new good fall candles I should try? Maybe even some early Christmas candles?? Please, let me know!

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvestCrockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Ok, sorry, back to the soup. My mind is all over the place here! Monday – ugh, that’s just how it goes.

So I obviously I say all this in the video, but I kind of adore this Crockpot French Onion Soup, and using the crockpot method is such an awesome way to make it. I don’t know about you guys but sometimes the thought of standing over the stove and babysitting onions for 45 minutes sounds a little daunting. Letting the onions slow cook in my crockpot overnight just seems like the way to go. I swear, the crockpot does an AMAZING job of caramelizing those onions. All you have to do is throw them in and turn it on. Done and done.

I also used a pumpkin beer for my soup because I ran out of red wine…oopsies (better re-stock before the cousins show up for the holidays…cough, cough, Abby….cough, cough, Marge). I personally love the beer in this soup though, and I typically use it in place of wine when making french onion soup. If you think you’d prefer wine, go ahead and use wine, no biggie.

And then pour yourself a glass and wait for dinner to be ready. Mondays, they don’t always have to be brutal. Cheese, caramelized onions and a little booze – sounds pretty good!

And with that, I am out. Happy video watching, let me know what you think! 🙂

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast (VIDEO!!) | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Crockpot French Onion Soup with Cheesy French Toast.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 13 hours 20 minutes
Total Time 13 hours 35 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories Per Serving: 648 kcal

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Ingredients

  • 6 tablespoons butter cubed
  • 4 sweet onions thinly sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic minced or grated
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup of your favorite beer OR red wine
  • 2 quarts beef broth
  • 2 leaves bay
  • 3-4 fresh thyme sprigs + more for serving
  • large pinch of pepper

Cheesy French Toast

  • 2 eggs
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • pinch of salt + pepper
  • 6-8 slices thick cut french bread
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 8 ounces gruyere cheese shredded

Instructions

  • To the bowl of your crockpot, add the butter, onions, garlic, brown sugar and worcestershire sauce. Stir everything together, cover the crockpot and cook on low for at least 8 hours or up to 14 hours. I like cooking the onions overnight while I sleep (note that I have noticed that all crockpots cook differently, if yours seems to cook fast, check the onions at 8 hours in to make sure nothing is burning).
  • The next morning, stir the flour into the onions and then add the beer (or wine), beef broth, bay leaves, thyme and a good pinch of pepper. Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 3-4 hours. The longer and slower you can cook this the better. Taste and season with salt + pepper if needed.
  • Just before you're ready to eat, make the french toast. In a shallow bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, parmesan and a pinch of salt + pepper.
  • Preheat the broiler to high.
  • Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add the butter to melt.
  • Submerge one piece of toast at a time into the egg mixture, allowing it to sit 30 seconds in the eggs. Remove and allow the excess to drip off back into the bowl. Place the toast on the hot skillet and cook until golden brown, about 3 minutes per side. Repeat with the remaining bread.
  • Ladle the french onion soup into oven safe ramekins or bowls. Place 1-2 pieces of toast on top of the soup and cover with cheese. Place the ramekins on a baking sheet and place under the broiler for 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until the cheese is melted. WATCH close, the broiler works quick!
  • Serve the soup with fresh thyme and enjoy hot, right out of the oven!

To Make this soup on the stove

  • Heat a large heavy bottomed soup pot over medium-high heat and add the butter. Add the onions + brown sugar and cook about 10 minutes, stirring frequently, until softened. Add the worcestershire sauce and let it cook into the onions. Continue to slowly cook the onions until they are golden brown and caramelized, about 10-15 minutes.
  • Once the onions have caramelized, add the garlic and cook 30 seconds, then stir the flour into the onions and add the beer (or wine), beef broth, bay leaves, thyme and a good pinch of pepper. Cover and cook over low heat for 30 minutes or until ready to serve. Taste and season with salt + pepper if needed. Continue with the french toast as directed above.
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Did you see the cheese at the end though?!?! I mean, what?!? Wow, the BEST!

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  1. 5 stars
    This recipe is delicious and incredibly easy. My fiancé liked it so much that he begged me to make it again when his mom comes for Christmas. I’m currently cooking that batch now. I hope this wins me some brownie points with my future MIL haha!

    My only adjustment was to swap the cheesy French toast for some homemade herby cheesy croutons as I’m not really into eggy french toast. Everything turned out great!

    1. Hi Molly,
      Wonderful! I love to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks for giving it a try! Happy Holidays!🎄🎁 xTieghan

  2. I love these copper mini stock pot bowls. Can you please share the details on where to find? Thank you in advance! Love all of your recipes, you have a true gift!

    1. Hey Jen,
      I found these at Williams Sonoma a few years back so I am not sure if they still carry them. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  3. 5 stars
    This is the only french onion soup recipe I will ever use. We’ve made it about four, maybe five times now. I like to move the onions just a bit from the crockpot walls inside before I go to bed and it keeps the onions from getting a bit burnt in our overzealous crockpot. Waking up to the scent of onions cooking is so oddly wonderful. We are making this right now, about to prepare the toast. I’m so excited. All I wanted to do is eat this delicious soup and then settle in for a good night sleep. I just can’t wait.

  4. 5 stars
    Made this last night for my family. It was FANTASTIC !!! Put onions in crockpot overnight to caramelize. So easy to make and everyone LOVED it.
    Thank you for all your amazing recipes.

    1. Hey Michelle,
      Happy Friday!! I am thrilled that this recipe was a winner, thanks so much for giving it a try! xTieghan

  5. 5 stars
    Help! I loved this recipe! I would love to make this more hearty by adding stew meat- is this crazy?!? At what point would I add i? Maybe on top of the onions the night before? Would I need to do anything to prep it? Thoughts on using a roast or cut up stew meat… Would I need any additional ingredients to incorporate the meat to make this work? Any input would be appreciated

    1. Hey Jill,
      Thanks so much for making this recipe, I am so glad it was enjoyed! Sure, stew meat would work well, I would put it below the onions in the crockpot. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

    1. Hey Olivia,
      Yes, that is correct, the flour helps to create a bit of a thicker broth. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Lydia,
      Yes, yellow onions will work just fine here. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  6. 4 stars
    I did not even think to caramelize onions in the slow cooker. Game changer! Soup was delicious. I added some ras el hanout to give it a kick. Loved the idea of using savory French toast as a topper. Delicious!

    1. Hey Kim,
      I have not tested this for the instant pot, so I really cannot advise you on the cooking times. If you would like to try, I recommend cooking the onions on high pressure for 20-30 minutes, then adding the remaining ingredients and cooking an addition 10-15. Again, I have not tested this so I can’t say for sure. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! xTieghan

  7. 5 stars
    We have made this four times AND froze leftovers and ate it later and there has never been a disappointing meal. I have sent this recipe to family and half my office, and even now after leftovers, I’m really sad I didn’t add this to my recipes to cook this week. I want more.

  8. Help! I started this last night and my onions released about 2 cups of water while cooking overnight. Is this okay? Should I remove some of the liquid or withhold some of the stock? Increase the amount of flour?

    1. Hey Ashley,
      I think you should be fine to follow the recipe as is:) I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions. Happy Holidays! xTieghan

  9. Hi. I’m making this tomorrow. Instead of cooking the onions overnight, can I crock pot the onions today, put them in fridge tonight and then continue with the rest of the recipe tomorrow?

    1. Hey Tabitha,
      Sure that would work! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

    1. Hey Danielle,
      Sure that would work! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

    1. Hey Sarah,
      Yes, if you double the recipe, you will need to double the cooking time as well. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  10. I have my onions cooking for making this tomorrow. I am bothered a bit by how burnt the edges of the bread are in the photos (I hate anything burnt). Was this from the frying or the being under the broiler? I’ll have to be careful not to let mine burn. I just bought a set of the bowls for this and this will be my first time making the soup and also using the bowls. Wish me luck!

    1. Hey Linda, the burnt bread is from the broiler. Just keep a close eye on it and cook to your liking. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan

  11. I made this soup this weekend. I made my own bone broth and just did some homemade garlic croutons instead of the French toast, but this recipe is the best. Thank you!

  12. Just get rid of the music. Maybe ok at the beginning or the end, but not while you’re talking. It’s very distracting. In my opinion.

    The recipe looks amazing and thanks for the tip for cartelizing the onions. Doesn’t the flour need to be cooked a few minutes? Does it have a raw flour taste.

    1. HI! You should cook the flour for 1 minute. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan

    1. Hi Korin! I usually tend to put my own spin on the recipes and that is why! I hope you try this version! xTieghan

  13. If our oven doesn’t have a broiler is there a different way the get the cheese topping browned like that? Also, this recipe says 4 servings but 64 oz of liquid plus everything else seems like a lot more than 4! Is that accurate?

    Thanks! Sarah

    1. Hey Sarah, you can bake the cheese topping at 425 for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Checking on the servings, but this will not feed more than 6-8 people max I would say. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you and happy holidays! xTieghan

  14. 5 stars
    Yankee has a Cranberry Peppermint candle that is my absolute favorite for the holidays! You should check it out! I rated your recipe even though I haven’t made it yet because I plan to this week, and everything from your site is always completely perfect. I’ve really pared down my food blog intake over the years, but yours is always one of my go-tos. Thank you for such great content! 🙂

  15. Do you think this soup could be attempted in an instant pot? If so, how would you suggest going about it? So excited to make this

    1. Hi Christine, I have not tested this for the instant pot, so I really cannot advise you on the cooking times. If you would like to try, I recommend cooking the onions on high pressure for 20-30 minutes, then adding the remaining ingredients and cooking an addition 10-15. Again, I have not tested this so I can’t say for sure. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! xTieghan

  16. Hi Tieghan!
    Wanting to make this soup ASAP & wondering, should I use thick cut slices of baguette for the toasts or another variety of French bread? Can’t wait to try this!❤️

    1. HI! I like to use thicker cut french bread. The traditional kind! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! xTieghan

  17. This recipe looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it. Where did you find that square edged mixing spoon you used in the video? I’ve been looking for one like that for a long time.

    1. These are from Williams-Sonoma but from a few years back and they do not carry them anymore. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Happy Holiday’s ? 🙂

  18. Jenn,
    Not sure what you can do besides cooking it out longer. Maybe take it out of the crockpot and get it on the stove to get a higher heat for a bit. I’ve made this several times and love it. I usually add the flour and cook it for several minutes before adding the broth. Flour needs to be cooked out. Next time you could make an easy Roux of flour and butter then add that. Or just don’t add any flour.

    Hope I’m not stepping on anyone toes by offering my answer.

    1. Mark: thank you!! Hopefully no toes stepped on, but I was grateful for a quick response!

      I had doubled (+) the recipe, though (ironically? stupidly? smartly?) not the flour, just the onions and broth, with the intent to freeze the remainder…. so I scooped out what I needed for tonight into a stockpot and simmered it down a bit – by the time I served it, with the croutons (delicious!!!) and cheese, it was excellent. The rest I left in the crockpot to cook down more, and will note on the freezing container that it might need additional simmer time.
      Thank you again!
      ~jenn

      p.s. Tieghan – the croutons are seriously to die for!!

  19. I started this last night, and woke up to a lovely smell of the onions having cooked all night… made the rest and it’s been cooking away all day. I tasted it just now to adjust the seasonings, and all I can taste is flour…. I was puzzled by that addition as I’ve never seen it in a french onion soup recipe before, but went ahead as directed. I added an additional 4 cups of broth after tasting to see if that would help and cooked another hour, but still am overwhelmed by a flour taste.
    Is there anything else I can do to salvage it at this point?

    Thanks so much for any insight – I will definitely try the recipe again, if nothing else for the lovely smell in the morning 🙂

    1. Sorry it didn’t work out for you. The flour needs to cook out. You might be able to save it by putting it on the stove and getting it to a simmer for 15-20 minutes.
      I’ve made this and love the recipe. I usually mix in the flour and let it cook for a bit before adding the broth. Last time I made a Roux of flour and butter and added that.

      Hopefully I’m not stepping on anyone’s toes by offering this answer

      Good luck

    2. Hey Jenn!
      I am so sorry for the trouble. The flour is used for thickening the soup, but you should not taste it at all. I am thinking the flour just did not get cooked out enough before you added the liquid. I would try cooking it in the slow cooker for 10 minutes before adding the liquid. I think that would solve the problem for you. Of course you can also just omit the flour. I am sure the soup will be great minus it too! Please let me know if you have any other questions. Hope it’s a hit the second time! 🙂

  20. It’s late and I’ve just put the onions in the crockpot. I’ve made this several times with red wine and it’s awesome! Thank you for a fabulous recipe!

  21. I made this yesterday (starting at 11pm the night prior). We love French Onion soup and this is a new keeper recipe for us. Beer in French onion soup who thinks of that. This will also be my go to way of carmelizing onions. They were perfect. The only problem was waking up and walking into a kitchen that was an onion bomb. I did not do the French toast this time, maybe next time. I used a pale ale is there any other suggestions for maybe a dark beer?

    1. So happy you enjoy this recipe, that makes me so happy! I like to use beers that my family drinks, dark beers work great too!

  22. This was amazing! I made it. For our Christmas Eve dinner. I will be throwing all other French onion soup recipes away. ;). Thank you for the great recipe!

  23. Hey Tieghan,

    I’ve been a big fan for about a year now! I have a question. If I wanted to double the serving, do I just double the recipe? How would that change the cook time? Help! 🙂 Ty in advance!

    1. Thank you!! Yes, just double the recipe and cook the onions 1-2 hours longer. Should be great! Let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this and Merry Christmas!

  24. I would love to get the recipe for Crockpot French Toast. It doesn’t show up in the search. Please send it to me.

  25. I noticed that someone posted that you burn a lot of your food…. I don’t consider it burnt, it is enhanced. My husband and I fight over the “charred” pieces… your photography is the BEST and it is because your food doesn’t look pale and blah. Keep up the great job you are doing and know that the majority of people that use your blog as their go-to recipe book appreciate all your hard work.

    1. Personally I like it a little charred too! But thank you so much Maggie, this is super sweet and totally awesome that you use my recipes!! You are awesome and I hope all my recipes turn out great for you and your husband!! ?

  26. Yum! Sounds delicious and would make a perfect lunch for Thanksgiving Day, or even part of your Thanksgiving dinner if you’re celebrating alone, or just as a couple. I think that would be such a cute little Thanksgiving appetizer for me and my fiance. Especially with all the cheese!

    Also, Yankee Candle has soooo many different candles I love. My favorite is the Vineyard grape one, but that’s not really a Fall smell for the most part. I couldn’t even tell you my favorite Fall one, but my favorite Winter one is Cherry Snow or Cherries on Snow, something along those lines. It’s sweet and cherry!

  27. Have the onions cooking now. I might have sliced them a little too thick because I did not see the same thing in my cock-pot that you showed in yours. Another great reason for the videos (or more “informative” shots over “beauty” shots ;))
    About the candles…..I love Swan Creak. They are soy (if that matters to you) The burn for a while. My favorite is the Thai Pear. It’s not over powering. It just makes you house smell nice….not over sweet or perfumey, as some candles can get.

    1. I am sure the onions are fine. Hope the soup was a hit!!

      And thanks for the candle suggestions! I will have to try them! 🙂

  28. Confession: I have always wanted to try French Onion soup because look at that cheeeese (and I love caramelized onions) but I have never had it. And this one is topped with cheesy French Toast 😮 so maybe the first time I have this soup it will be from my own kitchen. I love the video; you two did a great job.

    No snow on the ground for me as I live in the tropics and it is actually scorching her. The real feel temp is currently 109F (42.7C) which is just awful. Typically, it is usually a little cooler by this time of year but summer will just not let go. LET GO SUMMER.

  29. This is one of my favorite soups of all time. I wish I hadn’t seen this right before lunch because now I want soup. Oh well… must settle for salad. 🙁

  30. Love French Onion Soup. Thanks for the crockpot version. As far as candles, I’ve burned a lot in my time. By far one of my most favorite products is from Thymes. Not only do their candles smell fantastic and burn well, the packaging is beautiful.

    Favorites…Gingerbread, Frasier Fir and then Mandarin Coriander in the off season.

    Not only do I burn their candles but I have the Reed Diffuser’s and keep the Gingerbread Ornament Sachet hanging in my linen closet all year long.

    You can find their product on their store finder in Thymes.com or just order online. It feels like a gift to yourself when ordering online.

  31. I sort of accidentally on purpose walked into a Bath and Body Works for the first time since middle school and bought the campfire marshmallows candle. Dead. I used it up in two weeks. So delicious and cozy.
    Also this soup. I need it.

  32. Tieghan-

    Another amazing dish! I made this last night and oh yummm. This was my first attempt at French Onion soup from scratch and it seriously could not have been easier. I am really looking forward to lunch today (leftovers)!! LOL Thank you for creating some of the most imaginative yet simple recipes, I am a true fan and cannot wait for what you have up your sleeve.. oh and your book 🙂

  33. I love your videos — so cute!

    If you’re going to be making videos in December, why not choose cover versions of songs from The Nutcracker? For example, The Modern Mandolin Quartet does an awesome version of Coffee (Arabian Dance) and the Russian Dance. There are so many good versions and genres covering instrumental classics like that. Bach’s minuet in G covered by Willie Nelson. Modern Jazz Quartet covering Bach is good too.

    Also, I can’t talk about music without mentioning The Avett Brothers. Since there’s singing, most of the songs wouldn’t work for cooking videos. But D-Bag Rag is a fun little tune and would totally fit.

    Hope this helps! <3

  34. Just tried your onion soup and highly recommend everyone to try this easy soup. It is so good my husband can’t wait for me to make it again. Thank you.

  35. You are my hero for turning the toast into french toast and then covering it in cheese. Since it’s getting extra chilly outside, this soup is begging to get made.

  36. Oops, pressed send before I finished! I don’t have a slow cooker, so would it be ok on the stove top? Also with chicken stock rather than beef! Thank you xxx

    1. Beef would be best, but yes, chicken broth can totally be used too! And I actually provided stop-top directions in the recipe. So you are good to go! 🙂 Hope you love the soup!

  37. Yay! I was so excited when I saw you had another video. And this soup looks AMAZING! So funny, because I just posted a mushroom stew on my blog using crock pot caramelized onions and I was just thinking that I wanted to use my leftover caramelized onions to make onion soup. And then here this is! I know what recipe I should use now! And adding french toast on top is so creative. Beautiful job!

  38. Stunning photos and awesome video. I don’t have a slow cooker. I’m going to buy a slow cooker. It shall be known as the “overnight onion soup cooker.” ?

  39. This looks so good, Tieghan! I love French Onion soup, and it’s been forever since I’ve had it! The cheesy French toast sounds amazing!

    As far as candles, Pumpkin Pecan Waffles and Pumpkin Cupcake from Bath & Body Works both smell very good, if you like sweet smelling candles! I’ve also seen really good reviews online for their Sweater Weather candle, but haven’t tried it yet.

  40. French onion soup is the best fall dish, and I love that you used pumpkin ale! Your video is fantastic, and I’m definitely going to use the crock pot to caramelize my onions next time 🙂

  41. This looks totally delicious Tieghan! Perfect for those chilly fall and winter nights! Love the video!

  42. Yum! This looks so insanely delicious! I’ve actually never tried French Onion Soup, but I’ve alway wanted to. And you used my favorite spoons! <3 Love everything about this post!
    xx Sydney

  43. Now I’m sad that Kai is away and I have to wait til December for more videos! 🙁
    Loved the soup. Loved the gooey cheese which is also my fave but best of all I loved the mess that was going on behind you while you were filming this. That is exactly the way my kitchen looks when I do shoots. The end result is always worth the mess. xo

  44. I absolutely love french onion soup but have never made it myself; this looks likes a great recipe to finally give it a shot in my own kitchen! Thanks!

    Candles?? That’s an easy one! Bath and Body 3 wicks are my absolute fave! Sweater Weather, Chestnut and Clove, Autumn, Fresh Balsam <—- they smell so, so good!

  45. Another great video!!! This soup looks amazing!! Love the crockpot idea of caramelizing the onions! Pumpkin beer? Gotta look for that the next time I’m at the store!

  46. So I went to elementary/middle school with the inventor of Yankee Candle’s son, who has now started his own candle company “Kringle Candle.” Look it up- the candles are even better than Yankee! Also, Illume Candle makes the BEST pumpkin scented candle I’ve ever smelled!

    Savory french toast has been on my list for a while, looks so good!

  47. Looks delicious food but I can’t able to see the video clips, never the less images are so attractive.

  48. Need a song? How about “Burning Down The House” by The Talking Heads. Every picture looks like things are burnt.

  49. Cheese and french toast and crockpots, OH MY. This is exactly what my Monday needs to give me a little motivation to get going today. Cheese and carbs is always a WIN! Pinned!

      1. No problem Tieghan, …it happens :-). (I really thought it could have been my computer as it’s really playing up these days and I am ready to toss it out the window !) Just glad I got to see the video, its great, thank you

  50. i love your stretchy cheese pictures!! and the idea of caramelizing onions overnight in the slow cooker sounds amazing- then they can truly get brown instead of me prodding them every minute.

    1. All that cheese on top? I’m wriggling my butt like my 2 dachshunds rights now. Holy cow. I can’t wait to eat this! Best French Onion Soup ever.

  51. Looks absolutely delish! But- I can’t find the video link?! It truly is a Monday, as it’s probably glaringly obvious!