Ham and Brie French Toast is a sweet and savory sandwich you've been waiting for. Unforgetable.
I have never been a big breakfast eater. I’m just not one of those people who wake up hungry. I’m "hungry" for coffee, but rarely for food. My kids are the exact opposite. They eat giant bowls of cereal before bed and then wake up ready to eat more giant bowls of cereal the second their eyes pop open.
There was a time I enjoyed eating cereal too. I think I was 5. Back then almost every box had a hidden toy inside. I would dive into each new box with gusto, excited to see the secret toy buried within. It didn’t take long before I got tired of eating the same old, same old. I would either decide the toy wasn’t worth the trouble, or when my mom wasn’t looking I would dump out the entire box of cereal just to search for the hidden toy. Either way, I was never eating that cereal again.
My mom definitely got tired of half eaten boxes of cereal because we quickly went from cereals with gimmicks to cereals with words like "bran", "oats" and "wheat". That was the last time I bothered with cereal for breakfast.
While I don’t eat cereal, I do still prefer to eat sweet things for breakfast. Sweet things like muffins or these candied bacon cinnamon pancakes. And of course I love French toast! Typically I make French toast plain, or with fruit or perhaps stuffed with cream cheese. This time I made somewhat of a savory version. I used soft Italian bread and filled it with savory black forest ham, creamy Brie cheese and tart cherry preserves.
This is one life changing sandwich! I used to be a sweets for breakfast girl, NOW I’m a sweet and savory girl only. The tart cherries and the mild Brie are a winning combination, but throw in the salty ham and you have an unforgettable feast! Cereal never, ham & Brie forever!
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