Banoffee Stuffed French Toast By: Eleanor D.
My husband and I adopted our two sons when they were aged 12 and 14 and both have cystic fibrosis. Since both kids are active (our younger son runs 10+ miles a day for cross country!) their caloric needs are huge--between the two of them we have to try and supply nearly 9000 calories a day so we are always looking for ways to 'beef up' recipes. My family is English and banoffee pie is a family recipe I have taught both the kids how to make. After eating at a cafe that served stuffed French toast we started experimenting with stuffing different ingredients in French toast: apple pie topping, Oreo cream...our favorite so far is this banoffee stuffed toast (and it packs a load of calories and a little fruit to make Mom happy).
- 1/4 can(s) sweetened condensed milk
- 1 egg
- 2 slices Texas Toast
- 1 banana
- 2 tsp caramel topping
- 3 Tbsp cream cheese
- 3 Tbsp butter
- Whipped cream and extra caramel for serving
- Add All Ingredients
Beat together sweetened condensed milk and egg.
In a small bowl, mix cream cheese (softened in the microwave for 15 seconds if needed) and caramel topping.
Warm griddle or fry pan to hot. Melt 1/2 tablespoon butter into pan.
Dip both slices Texas Toast in milk and egg batter.
Lay one piece toast on pan. Spoon cream cheese/caramel mix onto middle of toast.
Add 1/2 sliced banana.
Top with other slice toast, pressing down with spatula. Cook 30 seconds on high heat, flip, cook 30 seconds on high heat.
Turn heat down to medium and cook 3-4 minutes more.
Add rest of butter to the pan, away from toast.
Add rest of banana to butter and cook 1-2 minutes till slightly browned.
Serve toast topped with cooked banana, drizzled with caramel and topped with whipped cream.
Tip from Suzanne Michel: Fry each slice of bread on both sides before building dish.
- Servings: 1
Amount per serving:
- Calories: 1100
- Fat: 62 g
- Sodium: 1110 mg
- Protein: 21 g
- Calcium: 337 mg
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