2/11/2014

Peanut Butter & Banana Stuffed French Toast

More than once I've shared photos on Instagram of a weekend breakfast favorite in our house - Peanut Butter & Banana French Toast. Today I'm sharing the recipe to go along with the photos just in time to have it for Valentine's Day or on a future weekend.


Ingredients
1 Banana
Harris Teeter Take & Bake Club Rolls
Creamy Peanut Butter
Butter
1/3 cup of Milk
2 Eggs
1/4 tsp of Cinnamon
1/2 tsp of Vanilla Extract
Powdered Sugar (optional)
Slice a banana into about 1/4" pieces and set aside.

Slice the rolls into 1" thick pieces. Slice the center of each (longways) almost all the way through.

Photo credits: Dylan (age 4) - ie, "Mama's helper"

Open each and spread with peanut butter. Add 2-3 banana slices. Set aside. Repeat for all.


In a bowl, beat one egg. Mix in milk, cinnamon and vanilla.

Heat pan or skillet and melt enough butter to lightly coat. Dip peanut butter/banana/roll into the mixture fully coating and then place it in hot pan. Cook until browned on each side.

Plate and top with powdered sugar, if desired. Serve immediately.


Enjoy!

** This recipe makes enough for our family of 3. At the rate my 4 year old's appetite is increasing, I'm sure I'll be doubling this soon! **

33 comments:

  1. This sounds so yummy! I must try this out. I love how versatile french toast is!

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    1. It is so ridiculously good. I'm only regretting sharing this today for the fact that now I'm craving it! LOL I'll definitely be making it this weekend.

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  2. These look amazing! My little one would love these!

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  3. I'll have to share this recipe with my husband as he is the breakfast cook around here.

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  4. Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing! #sitsblogging

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  5. I never thought of trying this! I love peanut butter! Thank you for sharing :) Rhondda #SITSblogging

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  6. Ah, this would be nice to have right this second! It's 2pm and I'm ready for lunch! :)
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  7. I can already tell this is going to become a staple!! Sounds delicious, I cannot wait to try it!! Thanks for the great recipe.

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  8. This is different. I like it. I've never mixed anything with my french toast. Normally, we just have them totally plain. The girls might definitely like the combination. #SITSBlogging

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  9. YUM! This looks & sounds delicious. I'm gonna have to try this recipe this coming weekend. We are big lover of peanut butter and banana. {My son eats the two together almost every other day} Never thought to do it in a french toast combo. Thanks for the inspiration!
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  10. YUM! I bet my son (almost 4) would love this, too. We made French toast for him for the first time a few weeks ago and he really loved it. #SITS

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  11. I love stuffed french toast, but have never used bananas and peanut butter. Will definitely be on our Sunday menu. Yum! Shaunna@Tempting Thyme

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  12. OMG those look delicious! I'd have to make these when my husband wasn't around though because he doesn't like peanut butter. I suppose that means more for my son and me.

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    1. Just make a few plain slices too. I typically do this for my son. He waffles on whether he wants them stuffed or not each time I make them. Personally, I have to have them stuffed now. So ridiculously good.

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  13. My mouth is watering! Can't wait to try it out! #SITSBlogging.

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  14. This sounds so good. I'm pinning it for future reference.

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  15. looks yummy and healthy! will have to try this recipe sometime! thanks for sharing

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  16. This looks so unique but delicious! My husband would love this! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. This is such a yummy idea!! I am totally trying this soon! #SITSblogging
    mommylearnsalot

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  18. I love French Toast and I know my family would enjoy this recipe.

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  19. Hi I like your blog. Its looking yummy. Thanks for the recipe. #SITSBlogging

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  20. Oh my this looks delicious! Stopping by from #SITSBlogging

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  21. YUMMMYYY, can you make me a batch? (Stopping in from SITS)

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  22. Uh oh! Now I want some. These look and sound delish. I am following your blog and favoriting this post as I need this in my life. Thank you for sharing. #SITSBlogging

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  23. These look amazing. I'm going to have to try these! #SITSBlogging

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  24. This looks really yum, Sarah. Mmmn. Even with my anti-bananas mentality.

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    1. Andrea, how can you not like bananas?! ;)

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  25. This is such a yummy idea! I am trying this one for my son!
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  26. These look really delicious- yum!
    <3 #SITSBlogging

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  27. This looks so good! I'm going to try with almond butter. My youngest has peanut allergies.

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