This Strawberry Cream Stuffed French Toast Recipe has it all – delicious french toast, fresh strawberries, a slightly sweet cream cheese filling, and topped with powdered sugar. This is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, and your guests are sure to love it!
I have to admit that I was never really into “sweet” breakfasts until I moved to the United States. In Mexico, it is much more common to have savory breakfasts, like these delicious red chilaquiles, or these huevos rancheros.
That said, I have now been here for over 6 years, and as a result I have expanded my horizons and now I enjoy these sweet breakfasts too. For example, one of my favorite breakfast items now is the always delicious Bananas Foster French Toast that I tried for the first time last year when my husband and I were celebrating our anniversary with a weekend getaway. Another favorite of mine are these sweet crepes with white chocolate whipped cream. As you can see, I no longer limit myself to savory breakfasts and I am always looking for new sweet breakfasts to make for my family and to share with all of you.
The recipe that I want to share today is also a french toast recipe – but this one, unlike the bananas foster version, is stuffed with an amazing cream cheese filling and strawberries and topped with powdered sugar and syrup.
If you know how to make regular French toast, then making stuffed French toast is going to be easy for you. That is because you start out by making French toast like normal, and then you spread a layer of the cream cheese and strawberry filling, before adding at least one more layer of each. The end result is a breakfast that people will be talking about forever!
One of the secrets to having a good French toast is having a great bread! For the stuffed French toast in the image above and below, I used a freshly baked French loaf that I got from my local grocery store. The bread shown in the process images were brioche, which is also delicious!
I hope that you enjoy this recipe – let me know how it turned out in the comments section below!