When I saw this banana nut stuffed french toast recipe I knew my family would go crazy for it!
First of all, this Banana Nut Stuffed French Toast is obviously stuffed and then it has the addition of pure maple syrup and walnuts – a perfect crunch with that sweet ooey gooey banana stuffed toast – now that’s a heavenly combination. The eggs provide a complete protein source making it an all around great family breakfast.
BANANA NUT STUFFED FRENCH TOAST
For this recipe you will need:
- 4 bananas, sliced
- 1/4 cup chopped, toasted walnuts
- 1/4 cup maple syrup
- 4 1-inch (2.5 cm) thick slices whole-grain bread
- 1 cup Egg Creations™ French Toast Blend Cinnamon, well shaken
- 4 tsp unsalted butter, divided
Head over to Burnbrae Farms Recipe Nest to get the full directions.
Feel free to adapt this recipe to make it your own like the image below, however you choose to adapt it, it’s sure to be a family favorite.
When I traveled to Burnbrae Farms in Ontario I learned a lot about eggs, but also got to see the heart behind the family business – which has been around since 1893. The family was very inviting and open to show us around and answer any questions we had.
There seems to be many questions when it comes to eggs so I thought I would share 4 common questions with you all.
4 COMMON EGG QUESTIONS
Let’s dig in and talk about eggs. Here are 4 common questions people have about eggs, lets see which are EGG MYTHS.
#1 – Are eggs still good after the expiry date?
YES! Up to 3 weeks past the code date! I actually find that using old eggs for hard boiled eggs actually peel better than fresh ones. Did you know that a one day old egg has the exact same nutritional value as a 2 month egg.
#2 – Does the color of an egg indicate freshness or quality?
NO! The color of the egg is determined by what the hens eats – for example, adding marigold petals to the hens diet lutein levels making the yolk more orange in color. A large egg provides about 6 grams of protein and is only 70 calories.
#3 Do hens lay more eggs because they are fed hormones or steroids?
NO! – Eggs farmers do not feed hormones or steroids to egg laying hens. Learn more from Mike the chicken vet.
#4 Is there such a thing as double yolk eggs?
YES! – eggs with two yolks are called double yolk eggs, but they are rare. They are usually laid by young hens – and some people say they bring good luck!
Burnbrae Farms started providing eggs to Canadian families about 70 years ago, they started with the one type of egg and now offer more choices of healthy, affordable high-quality eggs – I personally love that we can still get Canadian eggs instead of imported ones.
You may also like How to Boil Eggs Perfectly.
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Disclosure: I am participating in the Burnbrae Farms campaign managed by SJ Consulting. I received compensation in exchange for my participation in this campaign. The opinions on this blog are my own. Thanks BurnBrae for letting Mommy Moment feature the Banana Nut Stuffed French Toast recipe.