A popular version in the United States is stuffing French toast with cream cheese or fruit preserves.

Stuffed French toast is a decadent and beloved American breakfast and brunch dish.

 The filling may be anything you want it to be, but a rich and savory combination of cream cheese and fruit preserves is a popular choice. The usual way to make it is this:

French toast is traditionally made using thick slices of bread, such as brioche or challah. In order to make a pocket, the bread is typically sliced.

Cream cheese or fruit preserves are two options for the filling. Blend together cream cheese, sugar, and occasionally vanilla extract until creamy; this is the recipe for cream cheese filling.

The assembly process begins with cutting a pocket into each bread slice. Next, scoop or spread the cream cheese or fruit preserve filling into the pocket.

To make the filling and dipping, simply place the slices on a griddle or skillet and fry until they turn a golden brown color on both sides.

Sweeten and flavor your stuffed French toast with a variety of toppings, such as maple syrup, powdered sugar, fresh fruit, or whipped cream.

This delightful twist on French toast takes all the best parts of the original recipe and adds the decadence of a fruity or creamy filling for a hearty and substantial breakfast. 

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