Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast

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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spread peanut butter on 4 slices of bread; spread jelly on other 4 slices of bread.
  • Put one slice of each together to form sandwiches.
  • In mixing bowl, lightly beat eggs; add milk and salt and mix together.
  • Melt butter in a large skillet over medium heat.
  • Dip sandwiches in egg mixture, coating well.
  • Place in skillet and brown both sides.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. PixieDust
    I made these for breakfast over the weekend. We all loved them, especially the kids. The recipe worked perfectly as written. The sandwiches were delicately crisp on the outside and had the yummy pbj filling on the inside. It is good when you want to have something different for breakfast because we get tired of the same old thing. Thanks.
     
  2. FruitLoop
    My husband and kids are big PB&J lovers so I thought I would try this out on them. We all loved these sandwiches. Very easy to make and very comforting. This is perfect for those busy nights. Thanks Nurse Di.
     
  3. nikki stewart
    great for my little sister to have if shes hungry
     
  4. brokenburner
    This idea occurred to me before I found the recipe on here, and I thought I was being original too! ;) I used light wheat bread and 1t each of crunchy peanut butter and raspberry jam. I actually completely forgot the salt, but I didn't miss it; I also used almond milk and one egg white. And I skipped the butter / margarine and just used a nonstick pan. It worked like a charm.
     
  5. Charlotte J
    Yummy, warm creamy peanut butter oozing out of the French toast as your fork cuts out a bite, for a kid this can't get any better! All four little ones just inhaled their lunch. I thought they were very good also. I wanted something quick and easy, and DIFFERENT for lunch and remembered reading this recipe a while back. Thanks Mille® ™.
     
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  1. Christineyy
    I love anything with peanut butter and jelly. Made this and then found it posted. I add a little honey to the egg mixture. I also make only a half sandwich. Once it's cooked i cut it in half again to make a quarter and put more peanut butter and jelly on it to make a taller sandwich. And then drizzle with honey instead of maple syrup=D
     

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