Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast Recipe

Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast? Bacon. Salty, crispy, delicious Bacon. If you were to ask me what my favorite food item is I am pretty sure I’d respond rather quickly with BACON! My family is comprised of Bacon lovers. I feel any recipe can be made much more interesting by just incorporating some delicious Bacon into it. 

Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast
Serves 5
Creamy delicious peanut butter sauce, accompanied by crunchy flavorful bacon sandwiched between two delicious peices of perfectly cooked, mouthwatering french toast. You will never see breakfast the same way again.
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Total Time
20 min
Total Time
20 min
  1. 1 package of duBreton Rustic Farm
  2. Pork smoked Bacon, cooked
  3. 10 slices of white crusty bread
  1. 1 ½ cup peanut butter
  2. 2 tbsp (30 ml) sugar
  3. 3 tbsp (45 ml) butter
  1. 4 eggs
  2. ½ cup milk
  3. 1 (15 ml) tbsp vanilla
  4. ½ tbsp (7 ml) cinnamon
  1. Maple syrup (optional)
  2. Icing sugar (optional)
  1. In a medium sauce pan over low heat, combine peanut butter, sugar and butter until melted.
  2. Evenly spread peanut butter mixture on a 9”X13” baking sheet linked with parchment
  3. Place in freezer for approximately 20 minutes while you prepare the bacon.
  4. While peanut butter mixture is cooling, cook bacon as per package instructions, and set aside.
For the French Toast
  1. Combine eggs, milk, vanilla and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl and set aside.
  2. Remove peanut butter mixture from freezer and cut into squares, slightly smaller than the
  3. slices of bread.
  4. Place peanut butter mixture on top of one slice of bread, top with 2 slices of bacon and
  5. another slice of bread to form a sandwich.
  6. Dip sandwich into egg mixture, lightly coating all over.
  7. In a large pan, melt 1 tbsp (15 ml) of butter over medium low heat. Place sandwich in pan
  8. and gently press down to seal edges.
  9. Fry each sandwich, until browned, flipping once to cook each side.
  10. Let rest for 5 minutes before slicing in half.
  1. The peanut butter filling will melt out the sides while cooking if they are too close to the edge. Garnish with crumbled bacon, sift icing sugar and/or drizzle with maple syrup before serving.
  2. *Serve with Fresh Fruit*

One day we were all sitting around the table trying to decide what we were going to eat. My daughter was begging me for some peanut butter toast, my son asked for french toast and my husband, staying true to our bacony nature, requested something with Bacon. I was really trying to keep my head on straight through this whole ordeal but EUREKA! I was all of a sudden completely overwhelmed with an amazing idea.. a delicious idea…. an idea that would change the course of breakfast for the Ninja Mommers family FOREVER. Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast.

Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast

What is this idea you ask? Well I am about to tell you… BUT FIRST. First, you need to hear my Bacon backstory… because well… there is always a bacon backstory. 

You see, duBreton came into my life not too long ago. Who is duBreton you may ask?! Well, I may as well cut to the chase. duBreton is a Certified Humane all-Canadian family-farming business. All my favourite things in one! They are Canadian, they are family owned and they DO NOT use crates to raise their pigs. Not only does duBreton NOT crate their pigs, but they are also grain fed, raised without antibiotics and so much more. My kind of product… AND it’s BACON. 

Some Bacon Fun Facts

Did you know international Bacon Day is on September 3rd this year?! Make sure to share the Bacon love. 

Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast


Surprise Bacon Cooking Tip

Think you know how to cook bacon? This method from duBreton will take the technique beyond the basic frying-pan or microwave to impress your bacon buddies and will be sure to earn you the title BACON MASTER:

The Restaurateur: Oven and Baking Sheet

1.Turn the oven on to 400°F (200°C).

2.For easy clean-up, line a baking sheet with tin foil, curling the edges up to trap the

grease. You can also place a wire cooling rack on top of the baking sheet to allow

grease to drip down into the pan.

3.Lay the bacon strips on the baking sheet or rack, and place in the oven while it’s still


4.Cook the bacon to your preferred level of doneness (15-22 minutes).

We really love using the oven to cook our bacon as we find that it’s so consistently cooked and easily done!  

Peanut butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast

Yeah that. Back to the real reason we are all here. We all want to make this amazing, delicious, mouthwatering stuffed french toast, breakfast game changer! I am telling you… It’s amazing. The key is to cook the bacon and freeze the peanut butter mixture prior to creating this recipe, but before we get too far into that… 

Ok Let’s get down to business… I have teased you enough… Without further ado I give you… THE RECIPE. 

*This post was sponsored by duBreton. All opinions are of Ninjamommers’ own and not influenced in any way.*

82 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast Recipe”

  1. I don’t eat breakfast very often and when I do I prefer it to be savoury (I eat french toast plain with salt). I do think my husband and kids would love this unique recipe, even though it’s not for me.


  2. It would be terrific to win a #duBretonDelicious Prize Pack.
    In response to your requirement to
    check out the Peanut butter Bacon Stuffed French Toast recipe
    and tell you what my favorite part is and Do i eat breakfast?
    My favorite part is that this French Toast has peanut butter for filling
    and i eat breakfast once in awhile.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  3. I would use turkey , chicken or tofu bacon in mine . Great recipe sounds so yummy. if i am hungry I eat breakfast , most times i have brunch .

  4. I’m not a huge fan of breakfast but I’m always a sucker for bacon! The combination of salty & sweet in your french toast recipe sounds amazing!!

  5. My favourite part of the recipe is the easy peanut butter sauce. I love trying new versions of french toast so this recipe is exciting! We eat breakfast most mornings before we head out for the day.

  6. My favourite part of the recipe would be the bacon! Bacon makes everything better! I occasionally eat breakfast and when I do it is either a piece of fruit or muffin or yogurt and juice.

  7. This recipe sounds so yummy. We usually only enjoy bacon breakfasts on the weekend as we have more time then. I love the combination of peanut butter and bacon.

  8. I love the combination of peanut butter and bacon! I always try to eat breakfast in the morning, it’s the most important meal of the day!

  9. I love that it’s a flavor combination that is new to me that I’ve never tried! And I love bacon so that’s a win. I don’t always eat breakfast, sometimes it’s just a quick cup of coffee.

  10. I never thought peanut butter and bacon would go together but I would like to try it! I like breakfast food even for dinner

  11. Christine Holliday

    My favorite part is that someone else actually likes peanut butter and bacon! hehe I’ve been loving it since I was a kid…This is a much better recipe though…french toast yum….

  12. This sweet and salty combination has me yearning to try it soon.
    I like that there is a package of duBreton Rustic Farm
    Pork smoked Bacon, cooked and used in the recipe!! Oh YUMMO!!

  13. I think I’d love the peanut butter/bacon combo. A person can’t go wrong with bacon. On the weekend, because time allows, we enjoy a sit-down breakfast, On work days I just grab a bar or a bowl of oatmeal at work.

  14. I am all about the bacon, but cant stand peanut butter! What can I substitute it with? I eat breakfast during weekends when I have more time. Eggs and bacon.on weekends. If warranted and I have time a smoothie will do me in morning.

  15. favgreen(Rhonda W G.)

    The bacon for me…Love it with the maple syrup. I don’t eat breakfast but occasionally I do go out for brunch.

  16. Bacon is my favourite part I have never paired it with french toast before. Can’t wait to try it. I try very hard to eat breakfast but often run out of time on weekdays.

  17. I’m not sure about the peanut butter and bacon together. But how can it not be good, especially with maple syrup on top! I LOVe breakfast. I’d eat it all day

  18. Love breakfast, can’t start the day without it! I usually leave French Toast and other fancier meals to the weekends though. Your bacon looks 100% perfectly crispy & delicious! Thanks for the chance to win.

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