Monday, 22 August 2011

Gluten Free Stuffed French Toast + Review

Popping Candy and Marshmallow
Peanut Butter +chocolate chip +banana stuffed french toast
This is what Sunday mornings were made for, long lazy lay ins and comforting yums. As much as I love cereal and oats, It always feels like a special and somewhat luxurious treat to have a specially cooked breakfast, with out fail, it keeps me smiling all day long. (take note Mr Bake n Beebz if you want to avoid grumpy a Alice.) 

This week I was sent an amazing new range of 4 new spreads by Sainsbury's to try out along with a loaf to sample it with. In my delivery I was excited to receive popping candy chocolate and a peanut butter chocolate chip spread... They must of made these with Bake and Beebz in mind! I could have just had plain ol toast with lashings of spread on (which I did as well ;) but Its Sunday, I'm hungry and I want my special breakfast. now. thank you.
I cant tell you how long I have been meaning to indulge in making myself french toast, maybe years?!! anyway...TOO LONG. Well today I am rectifying this grave injustice and i'm taking it further to compensate by stuffing it with these extra special chocolate spreads.
In one corner I have popping candy chocolate + mini marshmallow and in the other peanut butter choc chip with banana stuffed french toast. Taste tasting these is going to be a very tough job, but someone has to do it! you can too... here's the recipe.
to make 2 sandwiches
4 Slices fresh Gluten Free Sliced Bread
2tsp skim or non dairy milk
1 egg white
1 tsp cinnamon
sweetener (optional)
For the stuffed part!
1 tbsp popping candy spread
6 mini marshmallows
1/2 small banana
1 tbsp peanut butter chocolate chip spread
  1. Take the 4 slices of  GFbread and remove crusts
  2. Spread 2 pieces of bread with PB/chocolate and top with chosen toppings and place another slice of bread on top.
  3. With a fork or your fingers pinch together edges of bread securely.
  4. In a bowl whisk together milk, cinnamon and egg and dip each piece in to the liquid.
  5. Heat a frying pan on a medium flame, once hot carefully place the 'parcel' into pan and cooked on each side until golden brown. serve immediately!

We are non biased here at BnB I'm not affiliated with Sainsbury's but I am in love with them for conjuring up these spreads! The popping candy gave my toast a fun extra pop, mixed with the melted marshmallows made me feel like a very happy kid. Oh and you certainly can't go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter, its a Bake n Beebz staple. good job Mr sainsbury's, Bake n beebz approved. 



  1. That look amazing! I must buy some of those spreads...

  2. mmmm! looks delish. I got some spreads from them too and used them in baking recipes but will have to try these out as I do love French toast and these combos look great

  3. Wow! I did not know that they made those spreads!! Yum. Your french toasts look so good :D

  4. EPIC! i've never seen anything as succulent as this! gluten free too?? i'm in heaven! <3


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    - The gluten free toast