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Well, the post I intended to post today is not coming. I stayed up really late the night before I was headed down to my sister’s house to watch her kids – making sure I had pictures and recipes up to post throughout this week. And I just realized that the picture for the recipe I was going to post today did not save. Gotta love it when that happens. But hey – you get another breakfast recipe today – that makes 3 in a row!

This may not look all that pretty, but it sure was delicious! This is like eating dessert instead of a meal! You can most definitely serve this filled French toast with maple syrup, but I had some strawberry syrup in the fridge, and it went perfectly with this decadent breakfast. This is a great way to start off a special (or just any!) day!!

Jam ‘n’ Cream French Toast
from Taste of Home Annual Recipes 2006

serves 1

total time: 15 minutes

2 tablespoons cream cheese, softened
2 thick slices cinnamon-raisin bread
2 tablespoons strawberry jam
1 egg
1 tablespoon milk
1 tablespoon butter
syrup, for serving

Spread cream cheese on one slice of bread. Spread jam on the other slice; place jam side down over the cream cheese. In a shallow bowl, beat egg with milk. Dip both sides of bread into the egg.

In a skillet, melt butter; cook bread for 3-4 minutes on each side or until golden brown. Serve with syrup, if desired.

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16 Responses to Jam ‘n’ Cream French Toast

  1. anniebakes says:

    Hi: I am one of your newest folowers and this recipe looks delicious, I am having a great time perusing your site, anne

    http://www.anniebakes.net

  2. Georgia says:

    Now that is one decadent breakfast! Mmmm… Wonderful blog you have here, Deborah!

  3. Ingrid says:

    Sorry about that but am happy to have this recipe.

    Shamefully I've never made my children french toast. :( Which is dumb seeing as I grew up with my Dad making it for me all the time. Your vamped up version looks good, too!
    ~ingrid

  4. The College Baker says:

    Wow, combining so many wonderful things into one breakfast is amazing! This would definitely be a great way to start a morning on the weekend – thanks for sharing :)

  5. Steph says:

    I love eating dessert for breakfast, although it always feels gross afterwards

  6. Bumpkin on a Swing says:

    I'm not minding the breakfast recipes, I would rather exert my strength at cooking in the morning, so this gets me a free afternoon to myself, love it!
    This sounds interesting with the raisin toast, will have to try it!

  7. Debbi Smith says:

    My kids would LOVE this! I'm printing it up for them to try, thanks! Of course, I'll be trying it too. :-)

  8. Jenna says:

    I really enjoy reading your blog and can't wait to follow it!
    I would love it if you could come check out my blog and follow :)
    Jenna

  9. teresa says:

    bummer about the picture, i hate it when that happens.

    this looks just mouthwatering!

  10. Barbara says:

    Well, it may not have been your first choice for a posting, Deborah, but it sure is a delicious alternate. I think I'd called it a grilled cream cheese sandwich! YUM.

  11. Kim says:

    Stuffed french toast has been on my list for awhile now. This looks fantastic.

  12. Joanne says:

    More dessert is always fine with me! Damn does this look good. Good luck with all those kids!

  13. grace says:

    stuffed french toast is up there on my list of most awesome foods ever. i love that you used cinnamon raisin bread and the simple addition of some strawberry syrup combined with that strawberry jam makes these particularly decadent! tremendous. :)

  14. Katie says:

    whoa they look seriously indulgant. Yum

  15. eatme_delicious says:

    Holy this looks amazing. So simple yet seriously delicious.

  16. Cookin' Canuck says:

    What an easy way to dress up French toast! I must try this recipe.

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