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Fluffernutter French Toast

Fluffernutter French Toast

Dini Klein

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Give your peanut butter and marshmallow fluffernutter the French toast upgrade you know it deserves.

Recipe

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Fluffernutter French Toast
Prep:

prep time5Min

Cook:

cooking time8Min

Servings:

serving time2

Ingredients

  • 2 brioche rolls, sliced open

  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter

  • 2 tablespoons marshmallow fluff

  • 2 eggs

  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream

  • 3 tablespoons sugar

  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • 2-3 tablespoons butter for frying

  • Powdered sugar for serving (optional)

Instructions

  1. Flip each brioche roll so that the shiny, exterior sides of the buns are now facing each other. (This allows the bread to soak up more of the egg batter, making a more flavorful and moist French toast!)

  2. Using a knife, spread peanut butter on the top inside half of each roll. Spread marshmallow fluff on the bottom center of each so that you have a sandwich filled with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff.

  3. In a small bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream, sugar and vanilla.

  4. Heat a medium skillet with butter on medium heat. Dip each 'sandwich' in the egg mixture, letting it sit for 30 seconds per side and then transfer to hot pan. Let cook for about 4 minutes until golden brown, then flip for another 4 minutes until cooked through. Transfer to a plate, top with powdered sugar, and serve hot.

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Transcript

- Growing up, fluffernutters were always my favorite sandwich. I've grilled it to golden perfection, doused it with tons of powdered sugar, and served it up for breakfast. You're gonna thank me. Let's go make it. I have two brioche buns here, and I love, love using brioche because it's nice and fluffy. And there's butter in here, there's milk in here, so it's much better than your average bread, which is why I love using it for French toast. So instead of spreading the peanut butter and the marshmallow in the center of the bread, I do it on the outsides, and that way we close it and dip it in the egg mixture, and it really soaks up all those flavors. So we're just gonna take our peanut butter. We all know my obsession with peanut butter, and I like to really lather it on there. Look at that. And then when you dip it in the egg mixture, that's what's gonna kinda seal in all your peanut butter and your marshmallow fluff. But if some does ooze out, it's just so good either way. Alright, that's our peanut butter. And now for the marshmallow. Marshmallow fluff always brings me back to my childhood. My mom always used to put it on sweet potato pie, and we always just had it in sandwiches as well, which is kinda crazy to think that was like our sandwich for school sometimes. Really healthy, but so good. Sticky and sweet. How fun are these? So while we work on our egg mixture, I'm just gonna get some butter heated in a cast iron pan. We'll get that nice and melted. So to our egg mixture, we have two eggs, durr. No egg mixture without eggs. We have some heavy cream. It's a nice, rich custard-like egg mixture. Little bit of sugar to sweeten it all up. And some vanilla to give it that nice, rich flavor that we love. And then just whisk it all together. That's it. Look at that, so good. If you want to add some cinnamon or some other spices, go right ahead, add that right in now. But I just like it as is. Oh, look at that. So you're basically just gonna stick your little sandwiches in here and let them soak up all that egg. Leave it for a couple seconds, then we'll flip it. Butter's getting nice and melted. Give it a little stir around. When you're going French toast, you go all out. You use real butter, real heavy cream. Don't skimp on the good stuff here. I'm tellin' ya, it's worth it. Let's give it a flip. Oh, you see that? Really soaked all of the egg up. Drink it up, little sandwiches. Alright, I think we're ready. In we go. So exciting. Nothing better than the sound of sizzling butter. Oh, it's so good, especially in the morning when you come downstairs and somebody is making this for you and you smell that butter and you're gonna start smelling that peanut butter and the sweet marshmallow fluff. Alright, so we're just gonna fry this up until it's nice and golden brown, and then we'll flip it and do it on the other side. Yes, alright that is what I like my French toast to look like, nice and golden. You see all the marshmallow and peanut butter oozing out a little bit from the sides. So good. Whoever invented the fluffernutter is one smart person. Alright, let's take these off. These look so good. All that goodness just oozing out. Alright guys, all you need now is just some heavy dusting of powdered sugar. Oh, this looks so good and my kitchen smells insane. This is one of my favorite ways to wake up, especially on a Sunday morning. You guys gotta try this. You're gonna love it. Enjoy.

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