Easy Bisquick Peanut Butter and Jelly Waffle French Toast

Total Time
20mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

from betty crocker's bisquick cookbook! A double marriage of french toast and a waffle with peanut butter and jelly..

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. heat waffle iron and grease.
  2. stir milk, bisquick, peanut butter, sugar, vanilla, and egg until blended.
  3. dip bread into batter on both sides.
  4. place in waffle iron and close.
  5. bake until steaming stops.
  6. remove waffle.
  7. sprinkle each waffle with choc. chips, jelly, and powdered sugar if you like.
Most Helpful

This is an interesting recipe. It isn't reall a waffle and it isn't really french toast. It is denser and heavier than a waffle, but doesn't really have the same texture as french toast either. The taste is fine, with a slight hint of peanut butter. The batter is really think and does make the bread difficult to work with since it was causing the bread to fall apart. I served with jelly and powdered sugar.

Erindipity October 23, 2008