Nutella-Banana Filled French Toast

Make regular French Toast taste ridiculously delicious by filling it with Nutella and potassium-rich banana slices. It’s so good, the sugary syrup is optional.

Nutella Banana French Toast

Raise your hand in the air if you love French Toast! Now, wave it (like you just don’t care) if you think stuffing the middle of it with Nutella and banana slices would make it taste crazy good!

If you’re still reading, it means you’re down with this week’s College Recipe Cafe recipe – and the people around you are wondering why you’re waving your hand in the air.

Don’t be embarrassed by the strange looks you’re getting cause YOU are about to know something they don’t – how to make ho-hum French Toast taste yum-yum!

Nutella and Banana French Toast with Strawberries

Filling the middle of French Toast with your favorite flavors opens up a whole new world to cooking French Toast.

Nutella and banana slices are a natural combo like cream cheese and strawberries or cottage cheese and sliced fresh peaches.

I wish I could be there with you when you sink your fork into this stuffed Nutella-Banana Filled French Toast and taste all the delicious flavor it has to offer! I have a feeling we’d share our excitement in a jump-up-and-down hug – or at least knuckles. Enjoy!

Nutella and Banana French Toast drizzled with syrup

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Nutella-Banana Filled French Toast

Makes: Three Stuffed Pieces of French Toast ~ Time: 30 minutes or less 
Download Printable Recipe


2 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/4 tsp. vanilla extract
1/8 tsp. ground cinnamon
2 pinches of salt
Loaf of day old French or Italian Bread
3 Tbsp. Nutella
1/2 banana, cut into thin slices
Butter or margarine
Powdered sugar (optional)
Syrup (optional)

Putting it Together

In a blender, blend eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt until they combine. Pour mixture in a shallow baking dish and set aside.

Slice three, 1 1/2-inch thick bread slices from loaf of bread. Butterfly each slice without cutting right through the other side of the bread slice (see pics). Open the mouth of each bread slice. Spread 1 tablespoon of Nutella inside each one, followed by a few banana slices. Lightly butter outside of bread (both sides) like you would for a grilled cheese sandwich.

Lightly brush the cooking surface of a non-stick skillet with canola oil. Heat over medium heat. Take one stuffed bread slice and dip one side (without submerging the opening where the cut is) in the egg mixture. Let sit for 5 seconds. Lift bread out of egg mixture, shake off any excess liquid, then dip the other side of the stuffed bread slice in the egg mixture for 5 seconds. Remove from egg mixture, shake off excess liquid and place in skillet.

Cook in skillet until both sides are slightly crisp and golden brown, about 2 to 3 minutes per side. Repeat with remaining stuffed bread slices. Dust each with powdered sugar and drizzle with syrup.

How to make Nutella Banana French Toast

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Brent Garell testing the food at College Recipe CafeBrent Garell – is the guy behind College Recipe Cafe.  He visits local colleges to teach students cooking 101 skills, and is the author of the digital cookbook 15-Minute Money Saving Meals for Students: Cup of Recipes for When You Need Food NOW! Available now on Amazon.

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