My husband Sam likes to make French Toast, and for this I am grateful. However, there are just two of us, so when he makes it, there are always leftovers and I freeze them. It's pretty easy to pop a few slices of frozen French Toast in the toaster and heat them back up and we do it frequently. A couple of weeks ago, strawberries were on sale, so I made this with some of the leftover frozen French Toast.....
I'm not going to lie to you...it was killer stuff and it only took about 20 minutes start to finish. Here's the story morning glory....
All you need are a couple of slices of frozen French Toast (thawed), some Cream Cheese (I used the soft spreadable kind), sliced strawberries and some powdered sugar.
Mix some powdered sugar into your cream cheese with a fork. I didn't measure anything, I just put it in until it tasted slightly sweet.
Butter one side of a slice of French Toast. Spread some cream cheese mixture on the other side and put some sliced strawberries on it. Now this next step is only slightly tricky. Put the slices together like a sandwich, flip it over and put it in a skillet sprayed with pan spray. THEN you put butter on the top of the side with the strawberries and cream cheese. Grill it up, just like you would a grilled cheese. (I've got two cooking here, one flipped and one about to be.)
Put it on a plate, slice it in half and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
If you're carnivores like we are, add some bacon.....
If your husband doesn't make French Toast for you, I'm pretty sure you could use the store-bought kind. I'm also pretty sure you could use blueberries, bananas, peaches, raspberries or blackberries in stead of the strawberries. Fast, easy and yummy! What more could you ask for?
I'm sharing this recipe today over at the Inspiration Cafe's Soup and Sandwiches Link Party......because I'm calling this a breakfast sandwich. If you've got a soup or sandwich recipe to share, please head over to the Inspiration Cafe and link it right up. If you don't, teach your husband or kid to make French Toast and stick some in the freezer so you can make this!
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