Peanut Butter & Jelly Stuffed French Toast Crust

 

My daughter loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches but she cannot stand the crust. I hate throwing food away so I decided I was going to keep the crusts I cut off of her sandwiches and freeze them and when I had enough to do something with them I would but what? I know french toast! 

 

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Stuffed French Toast Crusts
Peanut Butter & Jelly Stuffed French Toast Crusts
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. Crust from sandwich bread loaves
  2. Peanut Butter
  3. Jelly
  4. 2 Eggs
  5. 1 tbsp. Vanilla
  6. 1 tbsp. Cinnamon
  7. 1 tbsp. Coconut Oil
Instructions
  1. I had the crust saved from 2 loaves of bread. The crust already had remnants of the peanut butter and jelly from sandwiches were I cut the crust off. I used 2 eggs that I whipped with a fork and added the vanilla and cinnamon in the egg mix. I heated a pan with coconut oil so that when I cooked the french toast crusts they would not stick. Then I added the crust to the pan and cooked until it was slightly browned and then flipped the other side and cooked that side until it was slightly brown as well.
Notes
  1. This is a fun breakfast dish for kids because they can just dip their crust into maple syrup. It's fun finger food!
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Comments

  1. Clever & extremely kid friendly. Love this idea!!!

  2. Oh my word. This is a DANGEROUS recipe for me. I have a moderate PB&J obsession. Seriously looks and sounds AMAZING!

    xo,
    Stephanie
    Diary of a Debutante

  3. That is a super idea! I love it! Tasty way to use crusts.

  4. Now that is a seriously brilliant idea! I bet all the kids who hate crust will love this!

  5. I know a few parents whose kids didn’t like the crust, this is a great way to use it and not throw it out!

  6. This looks absolutely amazing!

  7. I love you right now. That sounds so good and I know my kids would LOVE it!!

  8. This is a great idea. I think my whole family would enjoy it. That is, if I share! πŸ˜‰ I might just have to eat them all myself.

  9. Now that sounds darn good. I want to make this for dinner (brinner) tonight!!! YUM!

  10. We just eat the crusts. This does sound like a great treat though!

  11. We don’t like wasting food. This sounds like a creative way to use the crusts that we cut off. Who doesn’t love French toast??

  12. I’d love this and best of all I’d get it all to myself. Our son doesn’t like crust either and he’s allergic to peanuts.

  13. Wow, this is genius. I never thought to save the crust, what a great idea.

  14. Awesome idea!! I have a very hard time with the kids not eating the crust also, I am going to try this…Thanks!

  15. That is definitely different and interesting.. I can see it working, cause my kids do the same thing they do not eat the crust. This is something to try..

  16. I have always loved to put Peanut Butter on my french toast…but I never thought to stuff it with peanut butter! Yum!

  17. Oh my goodness… wow, sounds amazing. My Little Man would die for this… yummy

  18. My boys love both of these things. I will be making this very soon.

  19. that almost sounds like a dessert, wow, sounds good

  20. What a great idea, I’ve never thought of making it this way! This sounds delish, I need to try this recipe – thanks!

  21. we don’t waste crust- we just eat it. LOL do most people not eat crust?

  22. we don’t waste crust- we just eat it. LOL do most people not eat crust?

  23. Interesting. I like the idea. I wished my kids liked Peanut Butter and Jelly. Unfortunately, around here it’s me alone in the PB&J fan club.

  24. what a clever idea! We all love french today here, so I’ll have to save and try it!

  25. I think the kids might like this very much!

  26. Helene Cohen Bludman says:

    What a great idea! Anything made with peanut butter is good with me.

  27. Such a great idea! I too am cutting those PB & J crusts off every morning but my dog Dokota is there waiting so that she can eat them for me.

  28. Oh this looks so yummy and easy too! Love the idea of not wasting food!

  29. That looks really good. I haven’t had peanut butter and jelly in a while and would love to try it this way.

  30. My kids would be all over this and would never go back to regular pb&j again.

  31. This sound delicious. A great treat for the weekend.

  32. MY kids love PB&Js so much that I bet they would adore this!

  33. We don’t throw the crusts. Hubs or self eat ’em! What a neat idea to use them in a recipe!

  34. This is sooooo smart! My boys are picky about crusts too. I love crusts. This is a great idea. Love it.

  35. Ashley M says:

    I make my husband french toast every saturday morning, I think this will make a great surprise this weekend when I mix it up a bit!

  36. OH yummy, what a tasty and fabulous ideas to sneak those crusts back in! Always hated throwing those away. Yum!

  37. I sure don’t blame you for wanted to save the crust. So many kiddos won’t eat it – Mine does…as of now. I also love your idea – stay conservative!!

  38. This is such a great idea!! Why have I never thought of this before?? I’m going to have to do this very soon!

  39. Angela S says:

    This recipe is such a neat idea, and it looks deeelish!

  40. My son Madden would love this! Thanks for sharing.

  41. Yummy! These sound really good and a great way to not throw away those crusts too!

  42. Oh wow these look super delicious.

  43. What a great way to not let things go to waste. Looks yummy!

  44. This is something my kids would be all over!! Looks great!

  45. That is such an awesome idea!! I love that you saved those crusts and came up with a whole new meal out of them!

  46. That’s pretty darn genius of you to think to do this. That definitely makes crust more appealing!

  47. My kids would gobble this up so fast! They love french toast and peanut butter.

  48. These look delicious! I love peanut butter and jelly!

  49. What a great idea! My youngest is huge PB&J lover. To combine it with French toast he would be in heaven.

  50. My daughter doesn’t eat the crusts either, this is a great solution. We will have to try it!

  51. What a great idea… soo have to try this, my daughter doesn’t like the crust either…

  52. That is interesting….I had never thought to give peanut butter and jelly french toast. Sounds great!

  53. We’re not really PB&J people, but this looks great for those who are. We ARE French Toast people though! Which I am now craving *shakes fist* I blame you!! πŸ˜› I think I have a new dinner plan!

  54. Looks like a great way to use crusts if your kids don’t like them! How creative.

  55. What a fantastic idea!! Great for teaching kids about not wasting food and being resourceful!! Sounds delicious!!

  56. What a great idea! My kids never eat their crust but they love french toast! I need to try this out.

  57. Oh my gosh – that sounds so creative! I would love to try this sometime! Thanks for sharing.

  58. That looks delicious! Love it!

  59. This looks so good! I think we will try this at our house.

  60. This look so good! We are huge fans of PB&J here

  61. That is creative! My kids always ate their crusts, but I can imagine this idea will be very handy for lots of parents.

  62. My kids love grilled pb&J! I bet they would love this, I am going to have to try it for them one weekend.

  63. Wow–now that is a clever way to not waste!!! I hate to waste too–I was just feeding the birdies–but this looks yummy! thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  64. That is just too cool! We are going to have to try this!

  65. My daughter would eat these right up.

  66. Wow What A Great Idea & They Look So Yummy!!

  67. I throw the crusts away if no one eats them.

  68. Sandra VanHoey says:

    I must say, you are pretty good. I would not have thought of this one and we too have kids that will not eat the crust. Might have to do this one myself

  69. Brilliant idea! You are very creative, I never thought of saving the crust. My daughter is the same and I always en up throwing it away as if it was something natural. Pretty dumb on my side πŸ™‚

  70. Great way to not have so much food waste! If the kids don’t want the crust, I usually just give them to the dogs lol

  71. What a great way to use up all those crusts. i bet the kids didn’t even know they were the crusts either. Great idea!

  72. My 4 year old also dislike the crusts. I really like this idea. I love that you use coconut oil in the recipe too, because it is such a healthy fat to have in our diets.

  73. My 4 year old also dislike the crusts. I really like this idea. I love that you use coconut oil in the recipe too. I’m wondering if I can fool my daughter this way! Lol

  74. very cleaver and smart of you to come up with this idea. My daughter too loves PB&J and wants the crust removed. What a waste as I’ve been throwing crust. i want to try this one because they both love french toast too. Thanks for this wonderful idea

  75. Oh wow! Three things I love, peanut butter, jelly, and french toast! Yummy delight! Not sure about the crust part though but perhaps when it’s all together it will be great!

  76. This sounds SO good and I’m sure my daughter would love it! It looks like a really fun finger food!

  77. That looks RIDICULOUSLY AMAZING. Seriously, I need some of that right about now. I love peanut butter and jelly, and I love French Toast.

  78. This sounds amazing! I bet my kids would love it! They love PB&J and French Toast!

  79. Sylvia Mallon says:

    This looks fantastic!

  80. Janet W. says:

    What a delicious idea! I think this would be my grandson’s new favorite to eat in the mornings!

  81. That is pretty genius. We love breakfast around here.

  82. Looking very delicious. Am gonna try this today. Thumbs up (Y)

  83. Jessica D. says:

    Love this recipe!

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