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Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast with Custard Sauce

Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast with Custard Sauce recipe
photo by:kraft
With Neufchatel and sweet raspberries, the creamy layers of lusciousness make this French toast a particularly elegant way to welcome Sunday morning.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 25 min
servings
total:
9 servings
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posted:
7/18/2009
This was a really good recipe, but it didn't come out quite looking like the picture. It was pretty hard to fit all the toasts into the pan (the French bread they used must have been tiny!), and some of it came out a little bit soggy, some of it a little bit dry. But overall it was a good recipe, and I'll probably make it again and just try to tweak a few things.
posted:
3/10/2009
Not as much raspberry sauce
posted:
2/21/2009
Very Bland! I read and made changes that the other reviews suggested. They did not turn out soggy because I did not put the whole mixture on bread. I was disappointed because the taste was too bland.
posted:
2/15/2009
So after reading everyone's reviews, here is what I did and I think it turned out great. It took some more time but I think it was worth it. Instead of soaking for a straight 30 mins, I did 15 min and then flipped them over and soaked the other side for 15 min. Then I transferred them to a different baking dish and discarded the leftover sauce. I also cooked one side for 20 min and then flipped and cooked other side 20 min . Think this really solved the top being too dry and the bottom being too mushy. I used a pam spray on my baking dish which still caused them to stick so next time I will use butter, they didn't look real pretty but tasted amazing. Next time I am going to add a little sugar to my berries to sweeten them up some cause the kids thought they were too tart. All in all I will make this again in the near future.
posted:
2/5/2009
I soak the bread with the mixture it comes out much better. My husband and kids ask for this on the weekends all the time!!!
posted:
2/4/2009
I tried it with Texas Toast over a skillet. To moist for French Toast. Kids did not enjoy it.
posted:
5/7/2008
This was an awesome brunch item! Im not sure why so many people had problems with it, but I didnt use the entire custard sauce so it didnt get soggy. I thought it was flavorful and very very yummy! Im making it for Mothers Day!
posted:
5/1/2008
I WILL make this french toast, and can't imagine it wouldn't taste delicious. I love stuffed french toast :-) especially with vanilla sauce. I just question the ingrediants vs instructions...boil milk for INSTANT pudding?
posted:
4/12/2008
Well this definatly did not turn out the way I expected. I let the bread sit in the liquid for a half an hour then drained the pan of most of the liquid before putting it in the oven. I thought, this way the bottom of the bread would not be soggy. Well it still was a soggy mess, I am thoroughly dissapointed. We really didn't enjoy this recipe, if I do make it again, I will pan fry it like another review suggested.
posted:
3/28/2008
I made this a few months back and even my dad who is hard to please loved this dish. I will be making it again very soon!
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