Strawberry Stuffed French Toast

Strawberry Stuffed French Toast is an amazing dish for breakfast, brunch, lunch and even breakfast for dinner! This easy french toast recipe will WOW your family and friends!

Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast Recipe- Dutch honey syrup, fresh berries and crispy brioche, pound cake or angel food cake |www.savoryexperiments.com

Strawberry Stuffed French Toast is made with mascarpone, Dutch honey syrup, fresh strawberries, and buttery brioche, pound cake, or angel food, for a perfectly delicious dish to enjoy for breakfast, or brunch! Everyone will adore this Stuffed Strawberry French Toast recipe!

Ask and you shall receive! When readers ask me for specific recipes, it may take me a while, but I always pull through. Such is the case with Strawberry Stuffed French Toast.

Any fresh fruit can be substituted, but I highly suggest something soft and easy to chew; think berries (frozen or fresh), pears or bananas. If you are craving apples, then I encourage you to try out my Apple Pie French Toast.

Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast Recipe- Dutch honey syrup, fresh berries and crispy brioche, pound cake or angel food cake. | #stuffedfrenchtoast | www.savoryexperiments.com

The filling for Strawberry Stuffed French Toast is reminiscent of cream cheese frosting, rich and sweet, therefore you do not want to use an equally rich maple syrup.  I highly recommend my family recipe for Dutch Honey Syrup.

Last tip, don’t allow your Stuffed French Toast to bake too long, or the mascarpone filling will literally melt away.  Your goal is to warm it thoroughly, but not melt it!

What is mascarpone? Mascarpone is the Italian version of cream cheese. It’s a soft, mild cream cheese that is made from whole cream and either citric acid, lemon juice, or vinegar. It can be used in savory or sweet recipes like this french toast, risotto, cheesecake, or in a very well recognized dessert, tiramisu.

Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast Recipe- Dutch honey syrup, fresh berries and crispy brioche, pound cake or angel food cake. | #stuffedfrenchtoast | www.savoryexperiments.com

Lastly, but most importantly, THE BREAD, Stuffed French Toast can be made with any variety of bread, but tastes the most decadent when it is brioche, which is the type most fancy-pants breakfast places will use. It has a high egg and butter content, making its tender crumb flaky and literally melt in your mouth.

While I do make my own on some occasions, it is time consuming, so for this batch of Strawberry Stuffed French Toast I purchased a loaf from the local bakery.  You can also use Angel Food Cake or Pound Cake!  Strawberry Stuffed French Toast should have a light, crispy, exterior, but remain soft and fluffy inside.

Look for more French Toast ideas in the French Toast Greats Cookbook!

 

Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast Recipe- Dutch honey syrup, fresh berries and crispy brioche, pound cake or angel food cake |www.savoryexperiments.com

If you loved this cream cheese stuffed french toast, check out these easy breakfast recipes:

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Strawberry and Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast- Dutch honey syrup, fresh berries and crispy brioche, pound cake or angel food cake. | #stuffedfrenchtoast | www.savoryexperiments.com
Mascarpone and Strawberry Stuffed French Toast
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 
Author: Jessica at Savory Experiments
Ingredients
  • 1 inch loaf brioche bread cut into 1slices (should be 8 slices)
  • 4 eggs lightly beaten
  • 2 tablespoon buttermilk
  • 8 ounces mascarpone cheese
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • 1/2 pound strawberries hulled and thinly sliced
  • Dutch honey syrup
  • Cooking spray
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, blend mascarpone cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla and milk until smooth. Refrigerate until ready to stuff.
  2. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Heat griddle to 350 degrees and coat with cooking spray. Cover baking sheet with aluminum foil and lightly coat with cooking spray as well.
  3. In a bowl, whisk eggs and buttermilk. Dredge each slice of brioche into egg mixture and place onto the griddle. If you need to cook in batches, then do not dredge until you are ready to place onto the griddle.
  4. Cook on each side for 3-5 minutes, or until lightly browned. Remove to baking sheet.
  5. Spread four of the slices with mascarpone mixture. Layer with strawberry slices.
  6. Bake for 4-5 minutes or until warm. Mascarpone cheese mixture may start to melt. Remove.
  7. Serve with Dutch Honey Syrup and additional fresh strawberries. Enjoy your Mascarpone and Strawberry Stuffed French Toast!

 

Comments

Katrina

oh my yummyness! I have to make this!

KC the Kitchen Chopper

Hi Jessica, well this stuffed French toast was worth the wait. I almost pinned it under desserts it’s so decadent looking. Thanks!

    savoryexperiments

    Thanks, KC!!! I did chop the fresh fruit… does that count in your chopping book??? 😉

Michaela ~ An Affair from the Heart

If somebody made this Mascarpone Strawberry Stuffed French Toast for me for breakfast, they would have my heart FOREVER!! Gorgeous!! Pinned and stumbled!

Felicia

This looks absolutely delicious! I’ll have to add this to one of our Saturday morning breakfast ideas.

Aunt Bee

I would love this Mascarpone and Strawberry Stuffed French toast for breakfast anyday! What a treat!

OurOrdinaryLife.com

Like french toast wasn’t delicious already! This looks scrumptious!Fresh fruit always enhances flavors.

B

This looks absolutely divine!!! Strawberries are one of my faves, and marcarpone, I’m all for it!

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Brett

This looks really yummy! I love French Toast.

Kathy

That looks amazingly delicious. I want to try it tomorrow for breakfast!

Marina @ Mommy Snippets

Mmm, that looks amazing. My family loves French Toast so this would be perfect!

Camesha

I have two words to describe this confection. Must have!

Tracey

This looks amazing. I am dying over this! Wish I could eat it right now.

Chrystal @ YUM eating

I saw this post this morning in my G+ feed and have been thinking about it all morning. I just wish bread wasn’t the culprit of so many stomach aches.

Kendra

Thanks for this recipe. It looks so decadent. I do have all the ingredients at home already. I might be making it soon. 🙂

Christie

This is amazing! I have to make this one

Carly Anderson

Oh my… will you come to me and make this for breakfast? This is making me drool!

Rosey

I haven’t had French Toast in years. I’ve never had it stuffed. I bet it is delicious!

Anjanette @MommaYoung

Drool! I wish it was time for breakfast now. Thank you for the tip on warming the mascarpone cheese.

Amber Conaway

Oh my gosh this looks SO yummy made my stomach growl looking at the pictures! I can’t wait to make this for my son, seems like a great back to school breakfast!

Joanne/WineLady Cooks

I love your Mascarpone Strawberry Stuffed French toast, it looks and sounds so decadent. I love rich French Toast sandwiches for brunch. Thank you for sharing your recipe. I’ve pinned and shared.

Heidy L. McCallum

Mascarpone and strawberries on french toast sound so delicious! I love this combo, and will definitely be putting your recipe to good use.

Shell

This looks amazing! I pinned it!

Nicole Neverman

Oh wow!! This sounds like an amazing breakfast. I love French Toast, definitely a favorite. I think it’s going to be even better now using your mascarpone and strawberry combination. I love the use of buttermilk too. This is fantastic!

Betsy Mitchell

Now thats my kind of french toast! Looks delicious!

Shop with Me Mama (Kim)

Oh YUM! My whole family would be thrilled if I made this for them!

Meg @ The Housewife in Training Files

I am drooling over this breakfast…brunch or even dinner in our house! Pinned 🙂

Debbie Denny

Wow that is a tasty idea, Looks fantastic.

Debra

That looks amazing. I love French Toast and that marscapone cheese makes it taste sweeter!

Amy @ Marvelous Mommy

Drooling over here! I’ve never seen anything so amazing! My little strawberry lover would devour this!

Lindsey @ Redhead Baby Mama

I used to make this as regular toast. Adding the twist of French toast is great!

Erica

Wow does this look delicious! I just picked up some strawberries from our local vegetable stand. Yum!

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