Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Stuffed French Toast

This is SUCH a good breakfast! I usually get in these moods where I'll eat this every morning for like, a week straight. Cream cheese, ham, cinnamon raisin bread...good stuff! I found this over at Kraft Foods a while back, and it's at the top of my breakfast favorites. I'm not much of a breakfast kinda gal, and usually, when I finally DO eat breakfast, it's about 11:45...almost lunch. Actually, this is perfect for brunch! I definitely recommend trying this one morning. It's very easy, and very good (really, I think you could drizzle syrup on ANYTHING, and it'd be good!).


'Stuffed French Toast'
Source: Kraft Foods


2 slices Cinnamon-raisin bread
Cream Cheese Spread
4 slices Deli thin sliced Ham
1 Eggs
1 Tbsp. Milk
1 tsp. Sugar or Cinnamon
1 Tbsp. Maple-flavored or pancake syrup


Spray nonstick skillet with cooking spray; heat on medium heat. Spread one side of each bread slice with cream cheese; fill with ham to make a sandwich. Lightly press edges together to seal. Beat egg, milk and sugar with fork in shallow dish until well blended. Dip sandwiches in egg mixture, turning over to evenly moisten both sides.  Add sandwich to skillet; cook 2 min. on each side or until golden brown on both sides. Serve with syrup.



  1. Just discovered your blog and really liking your recipes! I've tried to do a 'cut and paste' so I can print just the recipe portion but it doesn't come out correctly (pages must be imbedded with code Word doesn't translate to text). Any tips?
    If I just try to print the recipe from your blog it prints too many pages. Most of your recipes are short and sweet :-) and I would just like the recipe on one page (not divided between pages).

  2. Thank you for stopping by! Ok...if you're on the main page where all the posts are one right after another, and you see a particular recipe you want to print, click on the title of the recipe...just above the first photo. That will bring up just that one recipe's page. From there you can either print out that page, or, if you don't want to print the photos, you can highlight just the recipe, and copy it to somewhere else, such as Notebook or Word, where you can print it out. I just tried it myself, copying and pasting to Notebook, and it worked for me. If you have any issues let me know and I'll try and help as best I can. I've been wanting to add a 'Print This' button for some time, but I haven't yet figured out how to...sorry ;) Hope this helps!

  3. Ok...I figured it out! I've added a Print button to the bottom of each post (well...most posts). Thanks for giving me the incentive to do it! :)


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