We took the childhood classic, a PB&J sandwich, and whipped up a gourmet version. Our French Fried Peanut Butter and Jam French Toast is going to blow your mind.
The concept for stuffed French toast is simple: Make a sandwich with a yummy filling and dip the sandwich in an egg mixture or egg rich batter and cook as you would for other French toasts. The filling needs to be sticky enough that the two slices of bread stick together. Other than that, let your imagination soar.
I love working with dough – twisting, kneading, shaping. I find any type of Artisan Roll really fun to make. I think Kaiser Rolls are especially fun. A Kaiser roll is a lean roll that you shape and then bake in a steamy oven to make it crispy. You can top it with poppy seeds or sesame seeds, whichever you like. They make great rolls for your dinner table during the Holiday Season! Get our recipe and instructions by Visiting Our Full Site.
…. Keep your eye out for our E-Book all about Dinner Rolls coming out in December!
I love French Toast. It’s delicious and makes an excellent breakfast. Putting a gourmet twist on your sweet dish is even tastier and easier. We’ll show you how to stuff it and dress it up with a caramel sauce. And the best part about this recipe – for all you busy parents out there – is that you can whip this up the night before so you can have an incredible breakfast in the morning.
For our French Toast recipe and more professionally tested tips and tricks on incredible French Toast, see The Prepared Pantry Blog on Our Full Site.
Have you ever thought about adding vegetables to your homemade bread? It’s really tasty and adds great color and flavor. We’ve tried it with fresh garden picks like zucchini and squash. Visit our blog See What’s Cookin’ and we’ll show you all the tricks you need to know!