Loaded Peanut Butter Chocolate Covered Potato Chip Fudge (+ A KitchenAid Giveaway).
Yes, I am one hundred percent serious.
Now please, do not get confused.
I am in no way suggesting this for breakfast, although I can totally find many ways in my brain to justify this as breakfast. No, this is dessert and this dessert does not mess around.
Let’s just skip all my yapping. You guys could probably use a break from it anyway. Today let’s just get right down to the food.
Because oh my gosh, this dessert is pure awesomeness on a plate or in your hand or better yet in your mouth. Yes, in your mouth for sure!
Everything starts with this Challah bread, that I ironically I tried to make healthy only to later make it… well let’s just say I can no longer claim it as being healthy. Actually, if I am being honest, I only made the Challah bread so I would have the bread to make this dessert.
Makes total sense, right? Yes, yes it does. Trust me. It does!
This french toast is unlike any other of its kind.
Not only is the center filled with a chocolate mocha ganache (oh my gosh, yes it is!!), but the bread is actually soaked in hot chocolate.
Ahh huh. Soaked in hot chocolate.
Stuffed with ganache.
Topped with coconut whipped cream and homemade marshmallows.
Drizzled with more ganache and sprinkled with toasted coconut.
It. Is. Incredible.
The process to make these is similar to any other french toast recipe. First you slather some ganache on the toast and then sandwich them together. Then soak the french toast sandwiches in eggs, or in this case eggy hot chocolate, for thirty minutes or as long as over night. Then just fry in a skillet, top as desired and be seriously amazed.
Kind of a picture perfect dessert if you ask me.
The coconut element to these can be omitted, but man oh man, I love the coconut with the chocolate.
It’s so good, but if coconut is just not your thing I included swaps for you in the recipe.
And the marshmallows?
You have to try making them yourself. Sure, you can use store-bought and it will still be awesome, but homemade is so much better.
I used this recipe that I posted a few weeks ago and it is really so awesome and easy. Promise, you guys can do it!
And that’s pretty much it.
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Just. No. Words.
I never try this recipe but the chocolate looks good.
Thanks Herold! xTieghan
your website is amazing my brother is fond of chocolate and me as well i am sure when i make is he will be crazy about it thank you for perfect recipes love u sooooo much .
Awh thanks so much!! SO happy you like my blog!! Hope you guys love the breakfasts!
I cheated and used nutella instead of the ganache. Holy yum…
Ah!! I’m sure that was still delish!!
does it have to be on the sides for 15 mins
Hey Mandy! You can do a shorter soaking time if you are short on time. I would say soak each side for at least 3-5 minutes. Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope you love the french toast! Thanks!
The bread I have on hand is your typical Bag-o-sliced-store-bought-bread, which isn’t cut nearly as thick as Challah. My question is: Will soaking the bread in the Hot cocoa mixture for the recommended time make it soggy? (It’s pretty hearty bread, it’s just thinner)
Hi Pam!! I think that your thinner bread should be fine. If you are concerned just soak the bread for a little less time, but it’s French toast so the idea is to get it pretty soaked in the egg mixture so that it cooks up nicely in the skillet. I think your bread will be just fine. Let me know if you have any questions and I hope you love the French toast! Thanks! ?
I love French toast but I only like it with peanut butter and syrup its very delicious
oh my god these pictures are making me drool!!! i can’t wait to make this!!!!
Hi! I just stumbled upon this in my pinterest feed. I am wondering if you think it would be ok to bake it in a casserole dish? I thought it might be a good treat for Christmas morning, but would be a lot easier if it wasn’t necessary to cook each piece individually. It sounds divine!
I think that would probably work, but I can’t be sure. I would try it out first and make sure it goes well. It should work though. Let me know how it goes. THANKS!
Sounds delicious! But I am just wondering if the bread won’t break/become soggy from being in the cocoa egg mixture that long?
Thanks! The bread gets crisped in the skillet, so being in the mixture does not make the bread soggy…just delicious! 🙂
I made this recipe this weekend! It was amazing! I ended up using instant coffee instead of espresso and it still was so good!
Sweet gloriousness! Genius.
Are you serious!? This is amazing!
What holy goodness is this?! Not for breakfast?! These can be for ANY meal in my books! Wow Tieghan these look heavenly !!
god, see the chocolate from bread flowing down, I want to directly bring them to eat!
YES! 1,000x yes. Tieghan, my goodness. Now this is breakfast! I love french toast on cozy winter mornings, especially made with challah bread. Perfection. And the hot chocolate ganache, the coconut milk – everything about this screams comfort and indulgence. I want chocolate for dinner now…
Thank you, Sally!! I love the coconut in this too!