Tuesday, April 10, 2012

PB&J French Toast Waffles

I’m not going to lie. I made a pretty orgasmic dish today – PB & J French toast waffles.  It was definitely the strangest but most delicious French toast I’ve ever had and kind of reminded me of food that is served at county fairs. Prior to putting all the ingredients together, I debated on what to use for the toast. I kept on going back and forth on waffles, bread, and Hawaiian bread. In the end, I decided on waffles. Regular bread seemed a bit boring for such a unique meal and I have had French toast made with Hawaiian bread before. So, long story short, the waffles won.

PB & J French Toast Waffles

2 waffle slices
1 tbsp peanut butter, crunchy or smooth
1 tbsp jelly, any flavor
1 egg
1/4 C milk
1/2 tsp vanilla bean paste
1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
Generously spread peanut butter on one slice and jelly on the other slice. Make sure to completely cover the entire side of the waffle.  Smush the waffles together, sandwich style. Beat the egg, milk, vanilla bean paste, and ground cinnamon. Place the waffle into the egg mixture and soak for one minute per side. While the waffle is bathing in the egg mixture, turn on the stove to medium heat. Add a tablespoon of butter if you are not using a nonstick pan. When the pan is hot, cook each side for 4 minutes or until golden brown. When the French toast waffles is done, cut into strips, in half, or skip the cutting altogether and chow down.

I also had some leftover egg mixture and didn't want to waste it. So, while the French toast waffles was cooking, I sliced up half a large banana, sopped it in the remaining egg mixture, and grilled it as well for a few minutes per side

This was sooo goood! MMMMMM! As I was eating this, I couldn't help but think that this would make for some good eats when you're hungover. But in case, it's pretty amazing whether you're sober or hungover.


  1. They were sinfully delicious. I was kind of sad when I finished eating it. By the way, I LOVE your blog. Everything you make looks soo good!