Blueberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

by Texas Homesteader~ 

Now that we have our own chickens, eggs are certainly not in short supply. And we also always have bread in the house since you can buy a day-old loaf of french bread very inexpensively and use it for many recipes.

Today I’m making french toast… with a twist! I decided to try to make french toast stuffed with cream cheese & blueberries.

I Topped My Blueberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast With Hot Homemade Apple Pie Filling. Delicious! #TexasHomesteader

It was so easy!  I took my french bread out and sliced a few slices. Then I brought blueberries out of the freezer, some fresh eggs from our pastured hens, cream cheese and my own home-canned apple pie filling.

Putting it all together was a snap: I spread softened cream cheese on half of the slices. Then I drizzled a little honey on the cream cheese to sweeten it and sprinkled on some frozen blueberries. Finally I topped them with the other slices of bread.

I mixed up 4 eggs with a splash of milk & about two tablespoons of powdered sugar. I dipped the sandwiches into the egg mixture coating both sides. Each one was slipped onto my preheated cast-iron griddle, greased with a little butter.

A few minutes on each side and they were ready. I served them hot with a couple spoonfuls of home-canned sweetened apples ladled on top.

Of course if I wanted I could drizzle with my homemade maple-flavored syrup instead but I loved them with the apple. I was able to use inexpensive items I already had in my kitchen and our meal was delicious!


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21 thoughts on “Blueberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

  1. Elaine

    That looks yummy!! Great Breakfast!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday! Hope to see you again this week! Pinned!

  2. JES

    Oh wow! This looks amazing!!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful posts this week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! 🙂

  3. Sandra

    I have always wanted to try stuffed French Toast.
    Thanks for sharing at Our Simple Homestead Blog Hop.

  4. Terri Presser

    Yum, thanks for sharing at Good Morning Mondays, just looks delicious. Blessings

  5. Jen

    This looks absolutely delicious and will be featured on Homestead Blog Hop tomorrow! Thanks for sharing.


  6. Sue at the Little Shack

    This looks wonderful! Plan to try this next time we do french toast for an extra special surprise! Thanks for sharing. Found you on the Good Morning Mondays link party! Will follow in any way I can!-Sue

  7. ColleenB.

    I wondered about that being I wasn’t able to find your recipe.
    Have seen many recipes on the internet for canned apple pie filling but just didn’t know which one to choose, plus I like the tried and true recipes that someone else had already made.
    Think I will go look again and choose the easiest recipe possible or go some of my old cookbooks (I have plenty of them) and see what I can find.
    Have a Wonderful and Blessed Thanksgiving

  8. Kimberly

    Hello gorgeous! I’m licking my lips right now, it looks so good! Pinned and tweeted. I hope to see on Monday at 7 pm. We love to party with you! Happy Saturday~Lou Lou Girls

  9. ColleenB.

    You got my attention when I seen stuffed French toast :} This looks Soooo Yummy.
    Hubby not a blueberry fan so will have to use strawberries or something other for him. (he just doesn’t know what’s good.) When I make just, plain ole French toast, I will sprinkle a little of nutmeg, vanilla or almond extract to my egg, milk mixture. Just sprinkle with some ‘snow’ (powdered sugar and add fruit topping, who could ask for anything more; except maybe a couple of sausages on the side.
    Dang, this is making me hungry.
    Thanks for the recipe.
    Off now to see if I can find your recipe for the canned apple pie filling :}

  10. Jennifer

    This looks great. I can honestly say I would have never thought of it. Love blueberry and cream cheese, and the addition of apple is interesting.

  11. Karen Goodman

    This recipe looks so tasty. Hmmm…I might have to try this for lunch. I actually have all of the ingredients at the moment (I don’t normally have cream cheese and bread in the house).

    Thanks for linking it and your other recipes to today’s link party at Future Expat. It’s recipes like these that keep me exciting about having the party every week!

  12. Joyce @ It's Your Life

    Oh this looks so good I was hoping to make it when my daughter comes, but not sure I can get some organic cream cheese. No matter I’ll get some next month, and make them pinning to my breakfast board. You’re the first one I have heard of to use powdered sugar, we use cinnamon in our egg and milk mix.

  13. Easy Life Meal & Party Planning

    Wow, these look wonderful! Definitely pinning because my husband is a blueberry fanatic! He loves blueberry syrup on his pancakes so I know he will love this recipe! Stopping by from the TGIF party!

  14. Linda @ A La Carte

    This looks so good! Love that you experiment and come up with such fabulous combinations! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  15. Mel

    Yum there is nothing better than creamcheese with berries!

  16. Kristi @ Let This Mind Be in You

    Oh this looks so wonderful! I love any combination of fruit and cream cheese, and so this is right up my alley. I didn’t see this post in linked up to our blog hop yet so I thought I’d invite you to share this post and up to two others at our From the Farm Blog Hop, which is live right now. Here’s the link!

  17. Candy C.

    Oh YUM!! I really like the idea of using the apple pie filling for a topper too! 🙂


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