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OK so who here is a fan of stuffed French toast. Our favorite version is with Door County cherries. The sweetness from the cream cheese and Maple syrup against the tartness of the cherries. . Other fruit works to like blueberries and strawberries but man it's killer with them cherries. Anyone else ever tried this....
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Never had stuffed French toast
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Texas toast with cream cheese and cherries in the center. Dipped in same egg mix as normal French toast. Cooked the same when done sprinkle with powdered sugar and topped off with Maple syrup. It's an experience in it's self.... When done looks like a giant sandwich totally healthy for you of course lol.
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Oh. My. God. How come I am just hearing about this concoction? Yum
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OK so who here is a fan of stuffed French toast. Our favorite version is with Door County cherries. The sweetness from the cream cheese and Maple syrup against the tartness of the cherries. . Other fruit works to like blueberries and strawberries but man it's killer with them cherries. Anyone else ever tried this....
Do u use canned cherries like you would use in a pie or frozen cherries or fresh cherries?
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It is basically a pudgy pie made on the stove. They are pretty good at a campfire.
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Do u use canned cherries like you would use in a pie or frozen cherries or fresh cherries?
Here in WI during the season you can head over to Door County pick up some wine for the wife and go to the Cherry orchards and pick your own cherries for a very reasonable cost. You can just freeze them in a food saver bag. And no we don't use the pie filling. We just use whipped cream cheese spread on both pieces of the bread stack the fruit in between the slices dip in the egg mixture (we add cinnamon in it) and throw it on a griddle.
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Hey Radnagel:
Had peanut butter and jelly stuffed french toast but this sounds even better. There is a store in Rhinelander south of us that has DC cherries all year long frozen in tubs. I'll be stopping by for some this week thanks for the recipe Jay
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Hey Radnagel:
Had peanut butter and jelly stuffed french toast but this sounds even better. There is a store in Rhinelander south of us that has DC cherries all year long frozen in tubs. I'll be stopping by for some this week thanks for the recipe Jay
I was introduced to this by a coworker. He heads to door county every year with his camper and they usually spend 2 weeks up there. It's an awesome place to visit lot's of things to do. Lot's of vineyards to tour and sample lol and cherry orchards to visit. You mention door county and the wife starts going into fits about how long it's been since we been there (we visit every year). Anyway he has been telling me about these stuffed French texas toast with DC cherries and how crazy good it was. It took me a long time to finally try them. And all I can say is man I am an idiot for waiting so long .

I think the kids might like the peanut butter and Jelly. I should try that thanks.
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