Wednesday, August 31, 2016

PB&J French Toast

Feeding a toddler can be somewhat difficult. For the most part, my little bit will eat pretty much anything but every once in a while, she'll be a bit picky. One thing she can't resist (along with most every kid) is a good 'ol PB&J. A few years ago, I stumbled across a fun recipe for PB&J french toast. Its pretty much the easiest and yummiest recipe to make. Its great for breakfast and I have to admit, we sometimes have it for dinner as well! This is one of those recipes your kid is SURE to love.

What You Need:

creamy peanut butter 
jelly or jam (we prefer grape jam)
a couple of eggs
a little milk
confectioners sugar

This is a super easy recipe to make. For some of the ingredients, I just "eyeball it". 

1. Add your eggs to a small bowl and whisk them together. Add a small amount of milk.

2. Spread your peanut butter and jelly/jam on one slice of bread. Be sure not to add too much jelly because when heated, it melts a bit and will ooze off your sandwich. Fold it in half and dip into the egg mixture. Now your ready for the skillet!

I spray my skillet with olive oil and turn it on medium heat.
Cook your french toast on each side till you see a nice golden brown color.
If the edge of the sandwich isn't quite done, try standing it on the end.

One your french toast is finished, sprinkle with confectioners sugar. 
No syrup needed!


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