A little to rich for my tastes. But I did like the outside of the sandwich I think next time I will add sausage inside and no jelly. Thanks for the idea.
A+ reviews from the bf. I used strawberry jelly and whole wheat bread. It was quick and easy, thanks!
I will start by saying that I loved the taste of this. However, I felt like I had to cook it longer than suggested, because I am fanatical about making sure the eggs are done and I couldn't tell if it was done in the middle. In the future, I think I will stick to regular French Toast and then top it with the jelly or jam that I have on hand. Thanks for the idea, though.
This is delicious! I don't know why I didn't think of this! I used blackberry jam and whole wheat bread. It really hit the spot on a cool day! Thanks for sharing.
Wow!!! This was even better than I had thought it would be! We used Grape Jam (not jelly) cuz I didn't want to open a new jar of raspberry. It was sooo good, and soooo easy! I might even use this for my cooking class!! I sprinkled it with powdered sugar!
I prepared this sandwich this evening and it made its way into my keeper file. I did make some minor adjustments to the recipe as I have a weight problem and have recently been diagnosed with diabetes. I used Eggland's Best egg as it has 25% less saturated fat, used Splenda in place of the caster sugar, used Polander's sugar free strawberry preserves, Weight Watcher's Multigrain bread, Smart Balance buttery spread in place of the butter, and used pure vanilla extract. Because the bread is thinner than regular white bread...there was a small amount of egg mixture left over....but that's a good thing, even less saturated fat. Since I can give it 5 stars the way I made it....it would have to be over the top with the REAL butter, sugar and jam. Thanks for posting.