Thursday, October 1, 2015

Wicked Chocolate and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

Thick slices of French bread, stuffed with cream cheese 
and chocolate, and finished off with a sugar crust, then
garnished with chocolate sauce, whipped cream and
fresh fruit - oh wow, this is the way to start the day!

Beaulah thinks this is a pretty wicked way to start the day.
I need my breakfast more around brunch time, so I
would rather serve this for brunch, maybe even dinner.
I love breakfast foods at dinner!

Making stuffed French toast is as easy as making a sandwich.
 We had this fabulous Chocolate
and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast in Cabo at
Solomon's Landing.  Of course we had to come home and
create it ourselves.

You can stuff your French toast with anything.  This is one of
our family favorites - vanilla buttercream sprinkled with 
cinnamon sugar, a sort of Snickerdoodle Stuffed French Toast.
My husband was the one who came up with making
stuffed French toast when the kids were little.  We often
would put out all kinds of ingredients and let them
choose what to fill theirs with.

Chocolate and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

8 thick slices French bread
Tub of whipped cream cheese
Semi-sweet chocolate chips

3 eggs
1/2 C. milk
2 T. sugar
1/4 tsp. vanilla
Dash of cinnamon

Brown sugar or Cinnamon sugar
Chocolate sauce
Whipped cream

Start with two pieces of French bread.  Spread one side with
whipped cream cheese.  Top with a generous amount of chocolate
chips.  Place the other piece of bread on top to make a sandwich.

In a shallow dish like a pie plate, whisk the eggs, then add the milk,
sugar, vanilla and a sprinkle of cinnamon.  Dip all sides of the
bread in the egg mix.  

Heat a large frying pan or griddle and butter the pan.  Fry both sides
of the French toast until golden brown.  On one side press brown sugar
or cinnamon sugar into the bread and place back in pan or on 
griddle to melt the sugar.

Remove from heat, cut in half and garnish with chocolate
sauce, whipped cream and berries.

Snickerdoodle Stuffed French Toast

Repeat above only using vanilla buttercream for the filling
and sprinkling cinnamon sugar on top of the buttercream
before making the sandwich.

This is so delicious, you don't even need syrup, but you
can always serve that on the side.

Even if you don't consider yourself a cook, you can impress
everyone with stuffed French toast.

I will be posting this with 


Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.


  1. *Droool* These look so tasty! I can't wait to see what you make/do for Halloween.

  2. Truly an indulgent treat, and I'm not trying to trick you:@)

  3. I'm with Beulah, this is totally wicked.

  4. I want some right now!! Yummylicious!!

  5. Zoulah believe Beulah should be on a diet and should not be partaking of this wickness. It looks wickedly good, and so are your photos. Joni

  6. Very wicked, indeed! Devilish and decadent..... Love the presentation too.

  7. Oh my...your French toast looks wicked good indeed!


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