Today is an indulging day for you we have breakfast for dinner and all the recipes are amazing.
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In this occasion I made for you french Toast but no any toast Dulce de Leche Stuffed French Toast, and I create this recipe one day the I want it to used a can of Dulce de Leche the was in my pantry for a week looking at me, asking me When are you going to used me? with a really sad face.. Well not exactly a face, but you know what I mean, and french toast are a favorite in my house I make them stuffed with bacon and eggs, cream cheese and scallions, strawberries well with almost everything.
Enjoy this delicious, sweet, soft and crispy french toast.
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 Challah Bread, you can use french if you want
- 6 tablespoons Dulce de Leche
- 4 tablespoons butter
- Maple Syrup and more butter to dress the toast at the end.
In a bowl mix eggs,sugar, milk and vanilla. Cut the bred in 6 thick slices, make an incision in the center, just don’t cut all the way, and smear the Dulce de Leche.
Heat a pan to medium low heat and add the butter, soak each slice of bread in the mixture of milk and cook immediately 4 minutes on each side.
Serve immediately pour maple syrup and a piece of butter, enjoy.
This recipe makes 6 delicious toast.
|Preparation time:||20 minutes|
|Cooking time:||30 minutes|
|Level of the recipe:||Easy|
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I love French toast. I never order it out because it’s always so much better homemade. Y’know what would make my French toast even better? Following your decadent, delicious dulce de leche stuffed recipe! My pantry is sadly missing some dulce de leche. I need to get on that asap!
Yummm…this sounds decadent and perfect!
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Oh the filling! What a fantastic idea!
My kids would be in heaven with a plate of these! I’ve never used challah to make french toast, but clearly I was missing out.
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My sweet goodness. Your French Toast looks amazing! Yes, please!
Haha, don’t you just love when your pantry items make faces at you? 🙂 I have plenty of items over here doing just that. I only WISH I had some dulce de leche, so I could make this!!
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This sounds amazing! Challah is the perfect French toast bread!
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Oh, yeah! Totally irresistible French toast! Lovin’ the idea of dulce de leche filling!
Challah is the ONLY bread for French toast IMHO. Adding the dulce?? Yes please!
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Dulce de leche and french toast..perfect together 🙂
Oh man, challah makes the best French toast! Add a little dulce de leche – now that sounds divine.
As if french toast couldn’t get any better, you went and added dulce de leche. Amazing! It looks great and seems really easy to make!
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Oh my…I need this in my life!
Love this recipe! So creative and delicious…mmmm!!!
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This is the kind of thing I grew up with! Love it Kathya!
Dulce de Leche is heavenly – and I can just imagine how this is with French toast! Over the top amazing! Thank you for sharing it!
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Stuffed French toast! Well, I never. But now I will. This looks wonderfully decadent, Kathia. A perfect dinner or Sunday brunch.
Dessert in the disguise of breakfast is the very best kind of dinner. Great post, Kathia. Thank you for sharing the how-to on this delectable dish =)