Pretty good! I found it was better to just dip the sandwiches quickly than let them soak even for a couple seconds because they got way too soggy.
I really liked this, but I did not use the honey, fruit or maple syrup as others did.<br/>I think I would have enjoyed it so much more .... but I was trying to be good for my diabetic DH. Ummm it didn't work, I snuck in to the pantry and topped what I had left with maple syrup....................... Although he enjoyed his, but only just, but the reaminder of mine ended up ... Sooo Yummy.<br/>So the moral of this recipe, is DON'T FORGET the honey or maple syrup!
This is really good. The only things I would change is to mash the bananas and spread them evenly into the sandwiches to get an even taste and also drizzle the inside of the sandwiches with the honey. Thanks for a different way to prepare French toast, which my son who isn't feeling well requested for dinner tonight. Made for the Cajun/Creole cookbook for team Tasty Testers during ZWT9.
What a good idea - turning a sandwch into french toast! I can imagine switching out the fillings with all sorts of things too! Even my egg hating bf liked this one.
great breakfast easy kid friendly,if using american bread not so much milk zwt9
What's not to like? I guess the only thing that could make it better would be to dip it in chocolate syrup. The recipe was reduced to 2 servings. It was cut into triangles, sprinkled with powdered sugar and served with a small dish of warmed maple syrup for dipping. I would suggest using green tipped bananas for this. Made for ZWT9.
DH loved this. Topped with syrup and fresh blueberries.
Peanut butter & banana sandwiches are one of my favorite breakfasts. So making french toast out of them intrigued me. From the first bite I was in heaven. The banana flavor just intensified, the pb & maple syrup goes so well together. This is a definite winner and I used a whole grain bread.