Monday, December 6, 2010

Stuffed French Toast



Just had to share my lovely breakfast with you.

Chances are if it's cold outside, or if it's morning at your house, or you've had a stressful day, night , or whatever. You probably deserve a treat. So brew some good gourmet coffee and treat yourself right.

I had mine because it's cold and it's morning, and because this is what my hubby wanted for his supper last night and it made me hungry for it.

It's easy, and I have found it's the tastiest with the Pepperidge Farms specialty breads.


These are most if the ingredients. I had forgotten about the cinnamon, powdered sugar and maple syrup when I took this picture.

Not the kind of breakfast you'd want to indulge in every day, or even week, but now and then it's okay, right? At least that's what I'm hoping. Just walk that extra mile today. ☺

1 egg
1/8 cup milk
½-1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Combine in a small bowl and beat with a fork until well mixed.



2 pieces Pepperidge Farms Swirl Bread of your choice
whipped cream cheese
jam of your choice

Spread a good layer (might as well do it right if you're gonna eat this kind of breakfast anyway) on two pieces of swirl bread.


Put together and dip into egg mixture and allow to soak for a little.


Turn and allow the other side to absorb the mixture.

Melt butter in the center of a griddle.


Place the bread over the butter and allow to brown for a minute or two.


Whatever it takes to brown it to your satisfaction. Turn and brown the other side.


When it's finished dust with powdered sugar.


Cut in half and serve with maple syrup.


Mmmm, it was delicious!

Linking to:
The Charm of Home
Debbies Newbie Party


Be Blessed!

8 comments:

  1. Hi Martha, I love reading your blog,I especially enjoyed reading the one on making dressing(stuffing) I also grew up in Holmes Co.(walnut Creek) but have lived in Daievess Co. IN for 34 yrs.so have changed some of my cooking over to IN recipes but my 4 children all love "OH" dressing. I found your blog from your MIL blogs & love all of them!

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  2. Thank you! I'm glad you enjoy the recipes!

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  3. Okay, This was fabulous! I just made French Toast for the teens this am and they would have loved this! I usually have everything to make it too. What a great recipe! Thanks for linking it up!
    Sherry

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  4. Sounds delicious - and my kids would just love it!

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  5. I love IHOP's stuffed French toast! Can't wait to try this recipe. Looks fabulous!

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  6. That looks delicious! My mother-in-law makes a version of this french toast for her Mother's Day brunch using strawberry cream cheese, but I like the idea of using jam. Great tip! I'm visiting from Debbie's newbie party.

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  7. what a great idea! i never thought of that, thanks so much for sharing! i am totally going to try this!

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