Nutella and Strawberry Stuffed French Toast for breakfast anyone? Golden french toast smothered in Nutella and strawberries really cannot be beat!
More than a fun or fancy Valentine’s dinner, I love a delicious Valentine’s breakfast.
And let me tell you a little secret, if you opt out of the heart-shaped bread, you could serve this stuffed french toast anytime. And that is a really lovely thing, because if you are anything like me, you could eat golden french toast smothered in nutella and strawberries every day of the week.
As I was playing around with this recipe, my 4-year old got all the benefits in a serious way. I think he ate nutella and strawberry stuffed french toast for lunch three days in a row as I tweaked it a bit here and there.
Funny enough, the only complaint I heard was when he had to go back to eating the ol’ standby: PB&J.
Thankfully my other boys don’t read my blog because I’m making this for our V-day breakfast and I want it to be a surprise.
I bribed my taste-tester to not say a word by promising a quadruple-decker version instead of the boring so-last-summer triple decker.
Listen, it’s programmed into their DNA to be able to put away a serious amount of anything smothered in nutella.
I am their mother after all.
Double Decker: feel free to make these double decker instead of triple decker. Prep: also, you could cut the bread the day before to make the morning-of prep faster.
Double Decker: feel free to make these double decker instead of triple decker.
Prep: also, you could cut the bread the day before to make the morning-of prep faster.