Biscoff S’mores Stuffed French Toast

by alexandra

Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast |

I love a good cookie – no denying that. So naturally, the idea of taking cookies and blending them into a smooth, creamy, peanut-butter like spread is pure GENIUS in my mind. This particular genius idea is called Biscoff, folks. And it is literally made of blended up cookies – cinnamon-y, caramelized Biscoff cookies.

Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast | brighteyedbaker.comBiscoff is kind of a new thing in the food world; it’s like peanut butter’s older and more sophisticated cousin. I mean, it’s made in Belgium, which is totally worldly and sophisticated, right?! I’ve seen Biscoff popping up more and more in recipes these days, but it wasn’t until a few weeks ago that I actually got my hands on a jar to try it for myself. The first bite was like dipping into a bowl of the creamiest-ever gingerbread cookie dough… delicious and decadent.

Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast | brighteyedbaker.comAs such, I just decided to go ahead and make it more decadent by combining it with marshmallows, graham crackers, and a soft and buttery loaf of bread to make some intense Biscoff S’mores Stuffed French Toast. Oh yes, you read that right. ;) It’s an all-out take on French Toast that’s rich and sweet but also craaaazy good – loaded with Biscoff and marshmallows on the inside, and crusted with cinnamon-y graham crackers on the outside.

Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast | brighteyedbaker.comIf you already have some Biscoff in your pantry, you’re gonna want to pull it out and cook up some of this french toast ASAP. And if you don’t have any Biscoff around, can you fix that? Please? Whether you end up baking with it, slathering it on toast, or eating spoonfuls of it from the jar (whoops!), the point is you WILL be diggin’ in – no doubt. Besides, it just happens to be all-natural, vegan, nut-free, and trans fat and cholesterol-free, so really, why not?

I think it’s time to get that warm, custardy, Biscoff-smothered French Toast cooking, am I right?

Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast | brighteyedbaker.comP.S. Biscoff is having a “Spread the Love” Contest to share all the fun, delicious ways people use Biscoff. They’re also giving away TONS of Biscoff prizes in a sweepstakes and Instant Win game. Entering the sweepstakes is easy – just vote for one of the top 30 finalists on the Biscoff Fan Page and you’ll automatically get a chance to win a heavenly year’s worth of Biscoff products. I think I could handle that, what about you? ;)


Biscoff S'mores Stuffed French Toast |

Biscoff S’mores Stuffed French Toast

  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 french toast sandwiches


This graham cracker-crusted French Toast oozing with cinnamon-y Biscoff and mini marshmallows is an indulgent treat!


French Toast

  • 3/4 ounce (1/4 cup) hand-crushed graham cracker crumbs*
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch of cinnamon
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 thick slices soft white bread (brioche or challah, e.g.)
  • 1 tablespoon butter, for cooking

Biscoff and Marshmallow Filling:

  • 3 5/8 ounces (1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons) Creamy Biscoff Spread
  • 40 mini marshmallows


  1. Place graham cracker crumbs in/on a small dish that can fit a slice of bread (like a rectangular container or plate). Spread out the crumbs in a flat layer.
  2. In another small and shallow rectangular container, whisk together the egg, cream, milk, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt until smooth.
  3. Spread 1 1/2 tablespoons Biscoff on each slice of bread. Divide the 40 marshmallows between two of the slices (20 per sandwich). Assemble sandwiches.
  4. Heat a small skillet over medium heat with 1/2 tablespoon butter. Dunk one sandwich in the egg mixture for 30 seconds per side, gently pressing into the liquid so it seeps up through the bread. Dip each side in graham cracker crumbs to coat.
  5. Place assembled french toast on warm skillet and cook for a few minutes per side, until golden as desired, using a flat spatula to flip the french toast. Reduce heat to low, cover, and cook for a minute or two longer to ensure that french toast is warm all the way through to the center. Repeat with remaining french toast sandwich and serve immediately.


*Crush the graham cracker crumbs by hand so you have a mixture of finer and coarser pieces.

Be careful when handling the french toast sandwiches, since a good, soft white bread will also be quite fragile.

You can learn more about the Spread the Love Contest on Facebook, and get some delicious recipe inspiration from the Biscoff Facebook Recipe Album and Pinterest Page.

Also, if you’re wondering WHERE you can grab a jar of this sweet, irresistible spread, check out their product locator. Hint: it’s usually located near the peanut butter!

Biscoff Spread is a sweet, creamy spread made with Biscoff Cookies. Try this delicious European alternative to peanut butter or chocolate spread. Vote for the best photo in Biscoff’s “Spread the Love” contest and you could win a year’s supply of Biscoff products!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Biscoff. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Erika August 13, 2013

OH MY GOD THIS SOUNDS AMAZING WHYYYYYY. I feel like I’m gaining gravity just looking at it…which is so unfair since brioche is so light and fluffy and so are marshmallows…why can’t food like that make us skinnier?! Just gorgeous!
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alexandra August 13, 2013

Haha I know, right? If bread were a fitness food, I would be the healthiest person ever! Thanks Erika!

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