Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Ultimate French Toast



Every Saturday my husband and I go to breakfast with his parents, brother and wife, so on Sunday we cook breakfast at home. We do anything from a simple bowl of cereal or oatmeal to Belgian waffles and scrambles. This Sunday we took it a little further and did a cross between French toast and my all time favorite Sammie, a Monte Cristo. Wow... this had to have been the best breakfast Sammie/French toast I have ever had. I really hope you decide to give this one a try at your house on Sunday morning; it will be a big hit.


4 – Slices Texas Toast
4 – Slices Canadian Bacon
4 – Slices Monterey Jack Cheese
1 – Egg
½ C. - Refrigerated Nondairy French Vanilla Creamer

On four slices of the toast place two pieces of bacon and two pieces of cheese, top with the other slice of toast. In a shallow bowl mix the egg and creamer together, dip one at a time the Sammie’s into the egg mixture. On a hot griddle coated with cooking spray cook the French toast on each side for 2-3 minutes or until cheese is melted and the Sammie is golden brown. Sprinkle with powder sugar if desired; serve with your favorite jelly or jam.


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11 comments:

Cheryl said...

Looks delish, I was just watching Big Daddys House today and he was making Monte Crisco Sandwiches, YUM

biz319 said...

Um, that looks AMAZING! I like the sweet and savory combo with that dish!

Grace said...

your title is dead-on--this is definitely the ultimate! i'm loving the jack cheese, too.

Mom said...

That looks delicious! What a great idea.

Bunny said...

Oh I love this, it looks so good with that melty cheesey middle!!

evil and demented little cooker girl said...

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Aggie said...

Monte Criscos are a favorite of mine!! This is some breakfast! Wow, I'll have to make these one weekend!!

Bridgett said...

Wow, now that is true decadence for a breakfast! It looks wonderful.

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

Oooh! All that cheesy, hammy goodness! I love French toast and I love Monte Cristo sandwiches. This is a keeper for me!

Kevin said...

That is some nice looking French toast!

EAT! said...

This was a favorite sandwich of mine growing up. I used to order it at a restaurant we used to go to for dinner.

Thanks for the memory!!

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