Cream cheese stuffed french toast is the perfect weekend breakfast not to mention it's filling and delicious. It's not only loaded with sweetness but it's made with thick toast bread, too.
As a matter of fact if you're in the mood for a stuffed French toast recipe, you're going to love the ease of this. It's a fast and easy recipe that will give your tummy something to be happy about all day long.
This Keto French Toast Recipe is a super delicious low-carb version if you are on keto.
You can easily make this stuffed French toast for a fun weekend breakfast. Or just as a way to feed your belly full of yummy food.
How To Make Stuffed French Toast
The best way to describe this stuffed French toast recipe is perfection. Not only will you enjoy the fresh berries with this recipe but you'll also love how simple to do, too.
All you need for this recipe is:
- cream cheese
- powdered sugar
- vanilla extract
- thick slices of bread
- granulated sugar
I like to buy a texas toast type of bread for my cream cheese stuffed french toast.
I can't tell you how many mornings I've made this easy recipe for French toast in a jiffy because the kids were screaming that they were craving it. (and secretly, I want it just as bad!)
Once you make this simple French toast recipe one, you're going to have it on your radar to make again very soon.
The beauty of this cream cheese stuffed French toast is that it's a tad bit sweet without being over the top. I love to drizzle on maple syrup or honey when I'm needing an added extra bit of sweetness but the kids love to put on a dollop of whipped cream as well.
As long as you top it what you want, you're good to go.
Keep in mind that this breakfast French toast recipe is super delicious during the summer months because you can get really ripened berries to add to the dish. There's nothing like a fresh strawberry straight from the garden to take the taste and flavor over the top!
Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast
I've made this a sort of breakfast tradition and it's one that the family truly loves. It's no wonder that I find them waking up a tad bit earlier on the weekends when they hear that this recipe is on the menu!
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