Sunday, November 20, 2011

PB&J Stuffed French Toast

I guess some of you must have noticed the change in the template of my blog. I have started playing around with the design of my post with background colors. I somehow felt, the orange background didn't go very well with other colors. So I am keeping it simple with a light background. I am still getting used to this template. Being so used to the orange background of My Recipe Congeries, few times, I kept looking at the pages, just to see if this is really my bog. Hope you all like it. I welcome any suggestions or comments on the new design.

Now to today's recipe...

How about a delicious hot breakfast, which actually tastes like dessert, but still being good for you? Yeah, it is french toast stuffed with all the goodness of peanut butter and jelly. The name might be a little long, but I promise, you can put this together in less than 15 minutes.

What could be better than a stuffed French toast for a breakfast lover? And if it is stuffed with peanut butter and jelly, it is a double bonanza. It makes a very good lunch box item for kids. You can go as creative as you want with French toast. You can stuff it with literally anything you eat. My next project with French toast would be chocolate stuffed version. I am sure my two chocolate monsters would love it. 


  1. Egg  - 1 whisked with a splash of milk
  2. Sugar – 2 teaspoons
  3. Cinnamon – a pinch
  4. Peanut Butter – 1 heaped tablespoon
  5. Jelly  - 1 tablespoon
  6. Butter – 1 tablespoon
  1. Whisk together egg, milk, sugar and cinnamon and keep it aside in a flat bowl.
  2. Take a tablespoon of peanut butter and spread it in one slice of bread.
  3. Spread any fruit jelly of your choice in another slice of bread.
  4. Make a sandwich out of these two bread slices.
  5. You can either dip the whole sandwich in the egg mixture or make strips as I did for the little hands. If you decide to go with the second option, make 1 to ½ inch thick strips of the sandwich.
  6. Melt butter in a non stick pan over medium high, dip either the whole sandwich or the strips in the egg mixture to coat the slices and place in the pan.
  7. Turn the piece/ pieces in about 3 to 4 minutes or until it turns golden brown and cook the other side until it turns golden brown.
Serve it with maple syrup.


  1. Lovely delicious toast...yummy !!
    Following you since long..
    Hope u'll drop by my space n follow it too..
    Erivum Puliyum
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  2. toast looks delicious... beautiful pics... hope you will visit my blog too..

  3. Very east to prepare and delicious to taste dish. Excellent clicks as well.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  4. Woww wat a catchy and yummy toast, amazing!

  5. Toast looks super yum... perfect breakfast..:)
    Your blog has a very clean look now..:) Good work..

  6. Looks absolutely divine and tempting.

  7. Very yummy......perfect for a quick breakfast.

  8. Looks lovely and delicious...thanks for visiting my space u have a wonderful space too:)

  9. Very scrumptious looking breakfast.

  10. Easy and yummy !! First time here,hats off to u for keeping this blog updated with family and career :)

  11. Nice yummy breakfast...tempting clicks!!

  12. thanx 4 d visist 2 my space............

    inviting clicks dear..glad 2 follow u

  13. first time here ..u have got a nice collection of recipes.happy to follow you.please visit my blog some time

  14. Yummy bread toast,looks very tempting.

  15. its a nice idea of making stuffed french toast. Very nice.


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