No Syrup Required

Is breakfast your favorite meal of the day? Then have I got a wonderful way to wake up for you. At first I thought about making an egg dish. I know casseroles are always a hit and thought it might be fun to try a delicious omelet. While browsing the Kraft Foods site, I found some amazing egg recipes but I decided I wanted to find something a little sweeter. Then I scrolled on to Peanut Butter Chocolate French Toast and I had to try it.

I was excited to discover how easy this recipe was to make. After melting a bit of chocolate and mixing it with peanut butter and a few other ingredients, I just spread it on to the bread and made sandwiches. Next I dipped the sandwiches in the French toast egg mixture and placed them on the griddle, flipping the once they browned a bit.

When I served them the kids couldn't believe they were eating chocolate peanut butter French toast for breakfast. They're eyes were wide and they smiles were huge. They took their first bites and our dining room was filled with "Yum!" and "Wow!" and "Yay, chocolate!"

I thought this was delicious too and look forward to making it again as a special treat. I didn't serve them with any syrup and we all agreed it wasn't missed. I was happy to see they were just as good when they cooled off and thought it might be fun to try to mix the chocolate with marshmallows one day. We've added this to our brunch and celebration menu list and can't wait to make this again soon.

Click here for the full recipe: Peanut Butter Chocolate French Toast

Peanut Butter-Chocolate French Toast
Peanut Butter-Chocolate French Toast
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No syrup necessary for these skillet-grilled French toast sandwiches! They're filled with a luscious, melty mixture of honey, peanut butter and chocolate.

Total Time 25min.

Article by Kraft TasteMaker Tesa Nicolanti. For more recipes and ideas, visit her blog at 2 Wired 2 Tired.

Please keep in mind that the bloggers opinions, advice and recipes are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Kraft Foods.

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