Make every child’s dream come true by giving them pie for breakfast with this apple pie stuffed French toast. It tastes just like pie but without all the guilt, effort, and not nearly as much sugar. And it’s so easy to make. All you need is some bread, apple pastry filling, an egg wash, and whipped cream topping.
Try Other Pie-Inspired French Toast
Not a fan of apple pie? Why don’t you try another pie flavor then? Whether you want a Bavarian cream pie French toast or lemon meringue, we’ve got you covered with our endless options of premade pastry fillings. Just choose your favorite pastry filling, follow the directions below, and run with it.
Let us know which flavors are your favorites.
Make Apple Pie Stuffed French Toast Sticks
Make your apple pie stuffed French toast even more fun by cutting the sandwich into strips before dipping and cooking them. Then you’ll have fun French toast sticks to dip into syrup, like French fries. Your kids will love them for sure.
Apple Pie Stuffed French Toast Recipe
- Sliced bread
- Apple pastry filling
- Egg wash
- Caramel whipped cream
- Take two slices of bread and make a sandwich with apple filling in the center.
- Dip the sandwich in egg wash just as you would with regular French toast.
- Top with caramel whipping cream.
How to Make the Caramel Whipped Cream
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 teaspoon caramel flavor
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
Add the caramel and the brown sugar to the whipping cream and whip until stiff peaks form.
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