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Stuffed French Toast

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A wonderful twist on a breakfast classic!

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf French Bread
  • 3 Tablespoons Any Flavor Fruit Spread (You Can Also Use Jelly, Jam, Or Fresh Fruit)
  • ½ packages Cream Cheese (4 Oz), At Room Temperature
  • 2 whole Eggs
  • 1 Tablespoon Cinnamon
  • ½ cups Skim Milk
  • 2 Tablespoons Butter

Preparation

Heat skillet or electric griddle to 325 to 350 degrees.

Cut french bread into 2-3 inch wide slices. Then, with a paring knife, go back and cut halfway into each slice, in the center, creating a ‘pocket’ that your fruit mixture can be stuffed into.

In a bowl, place the room temperature cream cheese and three tablespoons of fruit spread of your choice. (I used all organic blueberry spread in the picture.) Combine well.

In a separate bowl, break 2 eggs; add cinnamon and milk and combine well.

Now, take fruit mixture and stuff into the ‘pockets’ of your french bread slices. Place on a baking sheet.

When done stuffing each piece of bread, completely coat each piece in egg mixture. Make sure all sides are covered. Do all pieces before starting to fry.

Put 2 tbsp (you can use less!) of butter into a hot skillet and melt completely. Add all of the bread to the skillet and cook roughly about 3-6 minutes on each side, until it reaches a nice golden brown. You want to make sure the cream cheese mixture heats through.

When done cooking, serve immediately with butter and syrup.

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Darkpebbles on 8.2.2013

This was by far the best french toast I ever made and ate in the world. The best part is it’s so filling I made two and realized I was “stuffed” myself soon as I ate the first one.
Awesome!

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on 4.3.2012

Would have been great had you given credit to the actual food blog this was taken from.

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michelle73 on 12.25.2010

I made this divine breakfast item for our Christmas morning breakfast. Let me just say – WOW!! This stuffed french toast is amazing!! I did change the egg mixture just a bit. Instead of using 1 tablespoon of cinnamon, I used two teaspoons of cinnamon and one teaspoon of pure vanilla extract. My husband and three boys absolutely loved it! And I did too! :) Thank you for sharing this delectable recipe! :)

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sourkraut on 5.10.2010

I made this with fresh strawberries and strawberry jam in the filling and it was scrumptious! A simple recipe that can be adjusted for all sorts of different fruit flavors. I look forward to making this one again and again.

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mowsquaz on 5.10.2010

I made this yesterday, and it was delicious — and easy, so a bonus for that! I’ll definitely be saving this recipe and making it when I want a special breakfast. Thanks!

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Darkpebbles on 8.2.2013

Simply marvelous, I can’t stress how much I love this. Check out my avatar Need I say more??!!

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mamere94 on 7.19.2013

That was such a large quantity of cinnamon, I found it tedious to get it all mixed in to the egg batter, and was then surprised I still didn’t taste a heavy cinnamon. Weird. Maybe I need to replace my jar. I also added a splash of vanilla extract. I used some stale sub rolls instead of french bread. It did not seem like it was soaking up enough batter, but the result was perfect. Because of the shape and thickness, the kid ate it like finger food (like a sub…) so I did not even volunteer syrup. Delicious!

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luluakajennifer on 6.12.2012

This is such a delicious breakfast treat! I usually cut up a loaf of fresh french bread and make more filling and use both jam and fresh fruit.

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Jon Miller on 4.17.2012

I made this for Easter brunch . It was a smashing success for for the whole family!

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Sarah H. on 1.8.2012

I used blackberries, blackberry jam, and crusty bread– very good!

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