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Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast with Custard Sauce

Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast with Custard Sauce recipe
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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:
3/24/2008
I was a little worried about making this for my 1st Easter Brunch with all the bad comments on here but it turned out great! I used thinly sliced italian bread from the bakery and even the bread on the top stayed moist. i also kept the dish covered with tin foil till it's last 10min of baking, thinking it might help hold in the moisture. Either way it turned out great! I even made the custard sauce which worked great with the recipe. Everyone loved it! The only thing I would change is using 2 bags of frozen raspberries.. one just didn't seem enough to me!
posted:
3/5/2008
Great flavor. The first time I made this recipe I bake it, but the bread was soggy on the bottom and crispy on the top. The next time I fix it I used texas toast insted of french bread and fix it in the stove, it worked much better.
posted:
2/28/2008
the bottom was mushy & soggy, which wouldn't be too bad if the top was too.. but the top was crispy. i recommend keeping the cream cheese mixture, raspberries, & custard, but make 'regular' french toast on the stove with 'regular' bread. maybe then it won't be so soggy
posted:
2/23/2008
This is great! It was a nice change for a Saturday morning breakfast. Raspberries a little tart for my 4yr old.
posted:
2/13/2008
I made this treat for a group of ladies that I meet with every week as a special Valentine's Brunch. It turned out beautifully! It was not too terribly hard, but looked like I was pretty good in the kitchen! :) It tasted wonderful! My husband and kids even enjoyed the leftovers! (I doubled the recipe--works great!)
posted:
2/11/2008
Apparently, I'm not very bright. I was all about this recipe and I ruined it. Everything was fine until the time I attempted the custard.......I dunno if maybe I bought the wrong kind of pudding(bought the instant sugar free) or if using soy milk was the problem, but it was nasty and it was completely liquid-y.
posted:
1/20/2008
Would use french toast bread instead of baguette -
posted:
12/23/2007
I made this twice and it was so goooood! I made it with a bag of frozen berries mixed instead once and that was good too. The only thing I didn't like about it was making the custard....only because I lost track of time and it got a bit too thick. Good overall though.
posted:
11/17/2007
A little bland...try spicing it up a bit.
posted:
11/4/2007
I use this recipe to impress my co-workers. If we are having a potluck brunch (which happens every month) I pull out one of my easy but fantastic recipes (like this one) and it sends them into orbit.
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