smore stuffed french toast

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s’more stuffed french toast

what could be better than a s’more for breakfast

s'mores stuffed french toast

 Is it just me, or is summer FLYING by?

We’re back to school in less than three weeks. As excited as I am about getting  a schedule back {our summer is about as non-scheduled as you can get} I want to squeeze in every bit of summer I can.

For the next few weeks you’ll find me at the pool, or at the lake, maybe the drive-in, and most definitely I’ll have a s’more of some kind in my hand.

I’ve even found a way to include  s’mores for breakfast.  It may not be the world’s healthiest breakfast, but it sure is fun, and that is what summer is all about.

s'mores french toast

It starts with  2 slices of honey wheat brioche {or any honey wheat bread} chocolate spread such as Hershey, and 4 roasted marshmallows.

Spread chocolate on one slice, marshmallow on the other, dip in your french toast “batter” and grill up. The kids could not believe I actually was letting them eat this for breakfast, but it’s only summer for a few weeks longer, and we are going to savor every last minute.

Enjoy! I hope you’ve had as much fun with s’mores week as we have.

s'mores french toast

smore stuffed french toast


  • For one "sandwich"
  • 2 slices of honey wheat bread
  • Chocolate spread
  • 4 marshmallows {roasted under the broiler}
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla


  • spread one slice of bread with chocolate
  • spread the other slice with the 4 marshmallows {they will be very "melty" from being roasted}
  • sandwich them together
  • whisk together the egg, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla
  • dip the sandwich into the egg/milk mixture {make sure to coat both sides}
  • cook on a lightly buttered griddle until each side is golden brown {2 - 3 minutes per side}
  • serve with powdered sugar or maple syrup

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