Stuffed French Toast Recipe – Bottleneck Management Restaurant Group
Baileys Stuffed French Toast Recipe We were asked to share our recipe for Baileys Stuffed French Toast, one of our most coveted and gourmet Rock n Roll brunches (aptly named Sweet Child O 'Mine in this menu). We're happy to share, but we'll let you know right off the bat, you'll need an electric mixer […]

Baileys Stuffed French Toast Recipe

We were asked to share our recipe for Baileys Stuffed French Toast, one of our most coveted and gourmet Rock n Roll brunches (aptly named Sweet Child O 'Mine in this menu). We're happy to share, but we'll let you know right off the bat, you'll need an electric mixer and deep fryer to make this dish. If you are like me, you would easily convey the idea of ​​buying and preparing all of this at home and you would gladly head to City works or Old Town For House on a Saturday or Sunday to enjoy it without work. However, if you're up to a challenge and have the right tools, more power is out for you! Also, I envy your ability.

So without further ado, let's dive in.

First of all, there are a few things you should do before you go shopping. One of the differentiators of our version of French toast is our Baileys Cream Cheese “Sandwich” and Ice Cream Dough. We told you this dish was indulgent ... Here's how to make each one.

Baileys Cream Cheese Sandwich

  • 4 slices of bread, sliced ​​3/4-inch thick
  • 1 lb cream cheese
  • ¼ lb light brown sugar
  • ¼ cup Baileys Irish Cream
  1. Place the cream cheese and brown sugar in the mixing bowl of your electric mixer and, using a paddle, whisk together until smooth
  2. Add Baileys and embed
  3. Take your 4 slices of bread and lay them flat on a table
  4. Spread 2 oz. Baileys cream cheese mixture on 2 slices of bread, then top these with the remaining slices to create a 'sandwich'
  5. Wrap each sandwich individually in plastic wrap and place in the freezer for later

Ice cream dough

  • 2 cups of vanilla ice cream
  • 4 oz. All purpose flour
  • 2 oz. Cornstarch
  1. Melt ice cream in a mixing bowl
  2. Add flour and cornstarch and stir until completely incorporated, making sure there are no lumps
  3. Put in a container with a lid, refrigerate for later

Now on to the magic!

stuffed french toast

French toast stuffed

  • 2 Baileys Cream Cheese Sandwiches (from previous step)
  • 6 oz. Ice cream dough (from previous step)
  • 4 oz. Mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries; whatever you prefer)
  • ½ tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of powdered sugar
  • 2 oz. Pancake syrup, hot
  1. Take 2 "sandwiches" out of the freezer
  2. Dip the sandwiches in the ice cream dough
  3. Cook in the deep fryer until golden brown, flipping sandwiches halfway through cooking (about two minutes). Make sure the sandwiches are completely submerged in the oil. When finished, drain well on the fryer, letting the fat drip off.
  4. Stack the sandwiches in the center of your plate, garnish with mixed berries. We make compote in restaurants, but garnishing with fresh berries is also delicious.
  5. Sprinkle French toast with powdered sugar and serve with hot pancake syrup

Good luck with this stuffed French toast recipe! If you are trying to make this dish, please share your photos and let us know on social media. You can also see more recipes and food related topics on our blog. Have a good brunch!

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