Delicious Dish Tuesday: Stuffed French Toast


Welcome to another Delicious Dish Tuesday, a blog hop for and about delicious food!

After visiting last week’s contributors to Delicious Dish Tuesday, my favorite recipe is Chicken and Carrot Pilaf, from The Howard House!

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My husband has a chicken and rice recipe that he loves, but I’m not the biggest fan… This looks like a recipe I think would be a hit with all of us, kids included!  And again, it’s got tasty, easy ingredients even I can handle! 😉

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~Please include a link back to one/any of the host sites (through worded link or badge). The Delicious Dish Tuesday hosts include:
Amanda of Coping with Frugality
Johanna of Mama Chocolate
and me, Alesha of Full Time Mama

This week I want to share the BEST Stuffed French Toast recipe ever! It wasn’t that long ago that I posted this recipe, but it’s so good I don’t want you to miss it! (Plus, I’m running out of recipes! How can that be?!) Anyway, this is seriously SO amazing, and can be switched up so many different ways to make it to your liking.

Full Time Mama
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  1. Thank you for hosting. That stuffed French toast looks delicious. It had me considering heading into the kitchen to make a second breakfast!

    I've linked the recipe for my olive bread pizza crust. Homemade pizza is a family favourite around here, and a delicious way to use up leftovers. This crust adds a flavourful twist to a familiar dish.

  2. That french toast looks amazing! Thank you for featuring our recipe!

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