Easy Homemade Recipes: Pumpkin Pie Stuffed French Toast

I combined my obsession with all things pumpkin with my abnormal love for delicious breakfast foods to create pumpkin pie stuffed french toast. I dont think I’ve told yall how much I love pumpkin. I love anything and everything pumpkin. If it was acceptable to have pumpkins in July.. I’d do it. I love me some pumpkin. [Its a close third to my anchor and cross obsession.]  I created an easy homemade recipe using some pumpkin and it came out amazing!

I take that back.  Depending on the season pumpkins are my number one most favorite thing.
This recipe is simple to whip up but makes a big statement.  You need:
Eggs
Bread
Vanilla
Pureed Pumpkin
Cream Cheese
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Sugar – Granulated and Powdered
Heat your skillet or griddle.  Whip your eggs until they are fluffy and add a tablespoon of vanilla.  [More or less depending on your taste.]  Soak both sides of your bread in the egg mixture and place on your cooking surface.  I just my griddle because I can cook more at once.  Hollla!
While your toast is cooking, blend your pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, cream cheese and sugar until creamy.  [Anyone else’s mouth water when they read creamy pumpkin?  Hmm..]
Once both sides of your toast is toasted cooked add some creamy pumpkin pie mix to the middle.  [Hmm.. creamy pumpkin.]  Put your second piece of french toast on top and cook one minute on each side.  Remove from griddle, let cool and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
I can not even begin to describe how delicious this was.  We didnt need syrup.. just a little powdered sugar.  I was only able to eat one though and that kinda made me sad.  I wanted a whole plate-ful but my eyes were bigger then my belly.
I dont think anything says ‘Hello fall!’ like creamy pumpkin squished between french toast.  Hmmm.. creamy pumpkin.
What is your favorite pumpkin recipe?
Kelley
Kelley is a work at home mom who loves making her kids laugh. She enjoys cooking, crafting, and the everyday chaos of life.
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