Stuffed French Toast

Christmas was so much fun this year!  I LOVE getting together with my family, they are seriously a riot to be with!  For breakfast this year my mom and I whipped up these YUMMY Stuffed French Toast.  They were seriously SO good!  The filling…aka “The Goodness” is seriously THE BEST!  Try these out!  They are very easy to whip up and you won’t be disappointed!


1 loaf French bread
5 eggs
2 Tbsp sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup heavy cream
crushed corn flakes


8 oz. block of cream cheese, softened
1 cup cool whip, softened
1 cup powdered sugar


2 cups strawberries
sugar, to taste

First make “THE GOODNESS”.  Blend all ingredients together and set aside.
Next, make the Strawberry sauce.  Blend strawberries and sugar together, adding sugar to get to desired sweetness. Set aside.
Cut French bread into even slices about 1.5-2 inches thick.
Blend together eggs, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and heavy cream.
Dip sliced french bread into egg mixture.
Next dip into crushed Corn Flakes.
Cook until done.
Place one slice of French Toast on a plate.
Layer a good amount of “The Goodness”.
Top with another French toast.
Drizzle strawberry sauce over top and swirl on some whipping cream.


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Filed under: bread, breakfast, filling, fruit, sweet, topping

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  1. The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥

    OH BOY!!!!! i just gained 5 pounds by looking at the gorgeous picture of this culinary delight!!!! i know first hand by adding that bit of crunch makes this much more special! : ) oh which is going to be -- toasted coconut chocolate chips or this!!!! :) whichever it is going to be YUMMY and of course no calories!!!! thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!! holiday hugs and thanks for making the upcoming new year MORE DELICIOUS!!!!!!

  2. A Southern Bee Diary

    Oh this looks delicious! I don't know why I hadn't thought about stuffing my french toast before! Looks so yummy!

  3. Darla

    WOW! This looks amazing! Just when I thought I had seen it all! I am pretty sure if I make this for my family I will be nominated, "Mother of the Year". Thanks for always helping me look great!

  4. Alaiyo Kiasi-Barnes

    My son would be so excited to see this on the table for breakfast. I sure hope my version turns out as nice as yours!

  5. Lindsey

    I may not wait for breakfast to make this, my family just might get this for dinner tonight! Thanks for another amazing post!

  6. Anonymous

    Mmmm... Sounds delicious! Can't wait to bite into this heavenly creation!

  7. Lindsey

    Made these last night for dinner. WOW,they taste even better than they look in the picture. Will be making them again for my mother in law next week.

  8. Sarah

    Oh my gosh this looks sooo good! I LOVE French toast and will definitely be making this. Stopping over from the Sugar Bee Crafts linky party. I'd love for you to check out my blog too! I'm not chef-in-training but I did post a delicious guacamole recipe. Happy New Year!-Sarah @Adventures of Our Fami-Ly

  9. Unique2wh0

    Yummy! Seen this on Tatertots and Jello..BTW you need a pin it thingy for pinterest :-)

  10. rebekahdawn

    I've been looking for a recipe like this ever since I had something similar at IHOP a few years ago. This looks killer. Pinning!