Make these adorable and decadent stuffed PB&J French Toast Kabobs for your next brunch. Peanut butter and jelly crossed with French toast never tasted so good!
Goodness knows I love any excuse to celebrate, and whipping up a fun and surprising breakfast for my little family on the weekends is as good a celebration as any! The fact that these stuffed PB&J French toast kabobs are now a part of my celebratory brunch arsenal is just icing on the cake … err, syrup on the French toast?!
Let’s start by talking about PB&J French toast. Yes, you read that right—peanut butter and jelly stuffed French toast, You guys, forget savory breakfasts; this heavenly sweet take on classic French toast is INCREDIBLE. Peanut butter and jelly on the yummiest KING’S HAWAIIAN Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread, soaked, and then griddled to French toast perfection. I think we may have hit the jackpot on brunch treats.
And then of course, we went and turned that magical stuffed PB&J French toast into the cutest breakfast kabobs. You can make the process extra fun by setting up a mini kabob station to build your own French toast kabobs with your kids.
These stuffed PB&J French Toast Kabobs turned out so great; I’m convinced they’d be an amazing addition to our next brunch, birthday breakfast, slumber party, shower—you name it. They’re perfect for a mini Sunday morning celebration and all the more awesome to feed a crowd at your next celebration. They look totally impressive and taste even better.
I picked up a KING’S HAWAIIAN Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread at our local Giant Food to make our French toast kabobs!
KING’S HAWAIIAN Sweet Round Bread makes for the world’s most amazing French toast. I kid you not, their signature subtly sweet, soft, and fluffy bread was practically made for French toast. (You have to try it!) KING’S HAWAIIAN Bread will make any of your breakfast ideas irresistibly delicious.
French Toast Kabobs, made easy:
To make our PB&J stuffed French toast kabobs extra kid-friendly, we used cake pop sticks rather than traditional wood kabob sticks, since those typically have a sharp wood point; a.k.a., not the safest tool for little ones. It was also a lot of fun to build our kabobs with the kids. We set up a mini kabob station. We used sliced bananas, strawberries, and our PB&J French toast squares to assemble our kabobs on sticks.
Our girls loved making patterns with the fruit and French toast squares, and then of course, drizzling our kabobs with powdered sugar and a little melted chocolate.
How to Make Stuffed PB&J French Toast Kabobs
Make these incredible stuffed Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast Kabobs for your next brunch!
If you make your own stuffed PB&J French Toast Kabobs, be sure to tag me on social media (@glitterinclexi) so I can live vicariously through all of your sweet creations!
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