Giada De Laurentiis Has the Perfect Lazy Morning Breakfast Hack for Your Leftover Cranberry Sauce

Thanks to Giada De Laurentiis, we not only have a go-to post-Thanksgiving lunch dish to dive into, but also an insanely delicious and ooey-gooey breakfast-themed dessert.

On Nov 26, De Laurentiis gave us another amazing post-Thanksgiving dish we can’t wait to sink our teeth into. She posted a photo of the decadent dish with the caption, “Still have leftovers? Use leftover cranberry sauce in this decadent breakfast bake that’s perfect for a lazy Sunday morning with family!”

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Now it’s time to put that cranberry sauce to good use, by putting it in throughout this sweet breakfast delight. The beginner-friendly dish requires a few basic ingredients like chocolate chips, kosher salt, vanilla extract, and of course, your leftover bread and cranberry sauce, to name a few.

With a prep time of ten minutes and a cooking time of 45, the entire family will be diving into this meal before they know it (along with inevitably asking for seconds!) For this recipe, you start by mixing a bunch of the ingredients in a medium bowl to whisk together, and within no time, you’ll be drizzling the dish with maple syrup.

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Check out De Laurentiis’ Post-Thanksgiving Cranberry Chocolate Baked French Toast recipe here.

If you’ve been craving more of De Laurentiis’ recipes like we have, make sure to grab her beloved cookbook on Amazon called Weeknights with Giada: Quick and Simple Recipes to Revamp Dinner. Snag it right before the Thanksgiving feast, and now is a perfect time since it’s over 50 percent off on Amazon right now!

Weeknights with Giada: Quick and Simple Recipes to Revamp Dinner

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