Raspberry + Cream Stuffed French Toast

Last week, I really, really, really wanted French toast.

Why? I have no idea. I'm really more of a pancake kind of girl. But something about it was calling to me. It was on Wednesday, and Shaun had basketball so I was on my own for dinner. Coincidence?

I like to think it was meant to be.

Of course I realized it would be significantly more delicious by stuffing it with sweetness. I like sweet things, what can I say? I settled on raspberry and cream and realized that this would also be a sweet little Valentine's Day breakfast.

Oh!

And I wanted to tell you that this plate of yum clocks in at 7pts+ per serving. And trust me, you do not need more than 1 serving. And it takes about 5 minutes to make. So yeah. You should do it already.

Raspberry + Cream Stuffed French Toast
serves 1
7 WW Points+ per serving


1 sandwich thin, such as Arnold's multigrain
1 Tbsp reduced fat cream cheese
1 Tbsp raspberry jam, such as Polaner all-fruit
1 tsp light butter
1 egg white
2 Tbsp fat free milk
sweetener, to taste
2 Tbsp sugar-free syrup, such as Vermont Maid

In a small bowl, mix together the cream cheese and jam. In a separate bowl, whisk together the egg white and milk until fluffy. Spread the cream cheese and jam in between the sandwich thin. Place entire sandwich in the egg mixture for 20 seconds. Flip over in the egg mixture and let sit for another 20 seconds.

Heat a skillet and melt the butter. Cook the stuffed French toast sandwich about 2-3 minutes on each side. Serve with syrup, if desired, and sprinkle with powdered sugar, if desired.

There you have it. An easy, delicious breakfast. Oh and you can obviously use any kid of jam you'd like in this! Hope you enjoy!

Have a great week, everyone!

Questions of the Day:

Do you ever eat breakfast for dinner?

What's your go-to?