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These are really good and easy to make. I added instant vanilla to both the eggs and french toast mix to give it more of a sweet flavor. I also made actual french toast first by using my fave f.t. recipe and browning the inside of the bread first. Then I flipped, put the sandwich together, and browned the outside. So yummy! Next time I'll try bacon or sausage in place of the ham. Thanks for posting!

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Crystal W December 10, 2009

I guess I was expecting a little more. It was good but just nothing I'd rave about. Glad I tried it though.

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gingerly88 April 02, 2014

Delicious, plus fast and easy to prepare. We all loved them and wouldn't change a thing. Perfect with warm maple syrup to dip. My son who hates eggs was also happy with his sandwich containing ham and Swiss only. I need to remember this recipe for a quick dinner idea, too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama July 16, 2013

Loved it! Used my own french toast dip. I'll be making this again.Thanks for posting.

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Lucky in Bayview September 22, 2012

This was so yummy - I cooked the french toast on both sides. Just simply under cooked it on one side. I made the eggs kinda like a omelette then warmed the ham in the same pan. Put the french toast back in the pan with the egg,cheese and ham and finished cooking it.
It was delish !!! next time I am going to add nutmeg to my french toast because thats the way I like it. Thanks for submitting your awesome recipe Pot Scrubber

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COOT226 August 05, 2012

I used to make this for a special weekend brunch. This was one of my favorites to order from the restaurant chez cora. I just love this. And what is french toast without Canadian maple syrup? I get mine from a local farm.

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FrVanilla March 03, 2009

Absolutely amazing and really easy to make. After my first one I really wanted to have another one. Do NOT be put off by putting maple syrup and jam on top. You must at least try it. You wont be disappointed! Made for the ZWT4 :)

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Island Gurl July 01, 2008

This type of sandwich is one of my most favorite breakfasts to serve. These are so yummy! I loved everything about it. I've made these a couple of times. Once with Maple-flavored deli ham and once with Canadian bacon in place of the deli ham. Delish! Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.

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Lainey6605 June 26, 2008

NO wonder you are proud of this creation Potsie - this was an amazing sarnie - made this morning for brekkie for my mum and dad who are here on their hols'. I made this with sliced Brioche, and did serve them with the optional maple syrup - just divine! I used Cheddar for the cheese and some Canadian bacon I had left over from another recipe. My mum does not eat meat, so she had hers with no ham - but added blueberry jam to her sarnie, as well as maple syrup!!! LOL. Made for ZWT4 - another recipe to keep for greedy morning breakfasts! Thanks - FT:-)

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French Tart June 26, 2008

I make breakfast sandwiches often (sometimes even for dinner). I have never made it French toast style before. I followed the recipe exactly and was rewarded with a delicious sandwich. I had the sandwich with maple syrup. I will be making these often. Thanks for a wonderful recipe, Pot Scrubber. Made for ZWT4.

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Crafty Lady 13 June 23, 2008
French Toast Breakfast Sandwich With Canadian Maple Syrup