Raspberry and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

Kellie S Recipe

By Kellie S Luv2mixitup

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I have to say this recipe is something special to my husband and I. We went to a B&B for Valentines weekend and the morning we woke up with snow on the ground. umm it never snows in this area. Also the sweet smell of Raspberries and Coffee in the air. We walked down and saw all the breakfast goodies on the table and coming out of the Kitchen was the Raspberry and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast ..oooo was soooo good. that was the last yummy before we started out a new path in our lives. Losing Weight and living Healthier lives.Hope you all enjoy

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
I am a firm believer that if a dish has fruit in it then it must be good for you! Well, this delicious breakfast treat is good for your soul and spirits, if nothing else. It is a snap to prepare and so decadently delicious.

We had to do some hunting before we found a bakery that carried challah bread, but it was time well spent. We used plain, but I suspect the raisin variety would be good too.


1 (8oz) pkg
cream cheese softened
(3/4 inch thick) slices day old brioche challah or hawaiian bread
1 c
fresh raspberries *
eggs (beaten)
3/4 c
half-and-half, light cream, or milk
3 Tbsp
1/2 tsp
1 dash(es)
of salt
pure maple syrup

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Breakfast
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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Oct 28, 2014 - Beth M. shared this recipe with discussion group: Portuguese-American and Other Favorites
Carolyn Warren RonsWifeCksFromScratch
May 23, 2014
Going to make a double amount for the breakfast tomorrow after slumber party.... I was looking for something to knock their socks off and I can use different berries for whoever doesn't like raspberries... Hmmmmm how about chocolate chips?? Thanks for posting Kellie!!
Kellie S Luv2mixitup
Apr 27, 2013
Mary I was born and raised in Texas so i do know about the Texas heat ..but after i graduated i moved away .. lived in Missouri and then South Carolina. Moved back to Tx in Feb. I am slowly learning how to get around Dallas. but I live in the McKinney area right now. I love it so far.
Mary Compton marykate16
Apr 26, 2013
Hey, Kellie...sorry I didn't "catch" it that you are in Dallas,too, when I read your name & the recipe...usually I read every word!!! Well, that's really fun...so you know ALL about the Dallas summer temperatures! I'm originally from outside the Kalamazoo area in Michigan...a small town called Gobles...that's where my family has been and where I lived until just after graduating from high school, YEARS ago! I love Dallas, but also love it if I have the opportunity to leave TX in the summer...never have acclimated to the hot-hot days we have all in a row!!! I know we will love this stuffed French toast recipe...I want to try it for either tomorrow's or Sunday's breakfast...or maybe for the evening meal!!! I'll let you know what everyone thinks about it!!!