A breakfast place near my house makes a blueberry stuffed french toast that my fiance loves. He was craving it one day when I didn't feel like going out to brunch, so I decided to recreate it with a twist. I made two different fillings - raspberry and brown sugar/pecan. You can try those or experiment to your liking!
Step 1: Gather your ingredients
You will need all of the standard french toast ingredients, plus ingredients for stuffing. I am not listing exact amounts because it all depends on your taste and this is a recipe where exact measuring is not necessary.
*Bread - I think that challah bread works the best, but you can also use french bread or even regular bread. If you are using regular pre-sliced bread you will need two peices per peice of french toast. If you are using french or challah bread you will need it sliced thick.
*eggs - one egg for every two peices of toast
*milk or cream - just a splash
*vanilla extract or almond extract - just a teaspoon for added flavor
*butter - to coat your cooking surface
*syrup - to serve it with
*seedless raspberry preserves or jam
*fresh raspberries (optional - it tastes better with fresh ones, but you can leave them out to save money or if they aren't in season)
Or the stuffing of your choice!