Weight Watchers Blueberry-Peach Stuffed French Toast

With summer coming to an end soon, it’s time to savor our last days of those delicious and healthy summer fruits. I found this awesome Weight Watchers Baked Stuffed French Toast Recipe and I wanted to share. I made it just this past Sunday and O M G…..Sooooooooooo delicious! Stuffed French Toast has never tasted so good! The thing I love most is that it’s so decadent…you feel like you’ve just ordered a fancy, gourmet breakfast from some over-priced restaurant. And of course, with just 4 Weight Watchers Points, it’s a guilt-free breakfast recipe that’ll knock your socks off.

Peach-Blueberry Stuffed French Toast Recipe

16 slice light whole wheat bread (I like Sara Lee Delightful Whole Grain)
1 cup blueberries, fresh, or 1 cup frozen, thawed blueberries
1 large peach(es), chopped or 1 cup frozen, thawed peach slices
2 1/2 cup fat-free skim milk
2 cup fat-free egg substitute
2 Tbsp sugar, granulated
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp powdered sugar

Preheat oven to 400ºF. Arrange 8 slices of bread in bottom of a 9 X 13-inch baking dish, squishing slices together to make one layer; sprinkle blueberries and peaches over top. In a medium bowl, whisk together milk, egg substitute, granulated sugar, cinnamon and vanilla extract. Pour half of milk mixture over fruit; top with remaining 8 slices of bread. Pour remaining milk mixture over bread; using a spatula, press top layer of bread slices down to saturate with milk mixture. Cover dish with aluminum foil and bake 20 minutes; uncover dish and bake until egg mixture is set and top is golden brown, about 10 minutes more. Cool slightly before sifting powdered sugar over top. Slice into 8 pieces and serve.

Makes 8 Servings
Serving Size = 1 slice
Each serving = 4 Weight Watchers Points


  1. cbrokenshire Reply

    FYI since this recipe is old the new points plus value is 5 points per serving. Also, the cook time of 30 min. is not enough. I cooked an additional 15 min. uncovered but still the egg mixture did not set. My kids and I were so hungry we just ate it even though the eggs were not set. In turn, the french toast was mushy and soggy. I added some low calorie syrup because it was not very sweet even with the powered sugar on top. I am going to stick it back in the oven and hopefully the egg mixture will eventually set.

    • Thanks for your comments! I’ll have to re-make this dish and see if I can improve it. :)

  2. Just found your blog and I love it! Thanks for all the great WW recipes!

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