Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Here's a different twist to your old french toast recipe, and boy, are these good!....kids just love these....and grown-ups too!....great snack or lunch.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Spread peanut butter (if using) over the bread slices.
  2. Slice each banana lenghwise into 4 pieces; sandwich between bread slices.
  3. In a pie plate, whisk together the eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon and salt; add sandwiches turning to soak up mixture.
  4. In a skillet heat the butter over med-high heat.
  5. Cook sandwiches for 5 minutes, or until browned on both sides.
Most Helpful

I just had breakfast (1/2 recipe) for supper! I made this with whole wheat bread and light cream cheese rather than peanut butter, but didn't taste the cream cheese that much after cooking it. The banana I used had a skin that was spotted but not brown, which turned out to be the exact perfect ripeness for this delicious French toast/sandwich. Definitely going into my Standbys cookbook to make again and again.

echo echo September 10, 2006

Yummy. Used white chocolate peanut butter and really ripe banana. The result was a warm and comforting quick breakfast. Made on my Griddler(TM), a two sided pan that cookes both sides at once (kind of like a foreman grill only better!) Will make this again with nutella or just plain ole peanut butter. Delicious!

KelBel April 06, 2006

I did taste the Peanut butter, this was like stuffed french toast, I did pick it up to eat it, but dipped it in maple syrup. Next time I make this I will use spreadable cream cheese. Thanks Kitten for an easy and good recipe.

MelinOhio March 24, 2006