Mouthgasm Monday

Oh yeah, I went there!

Now that we’ve allΒ confessed our secrets and cleansed our souls, it’s time to get them nice and dirty again! That’s right, I’m bringing back the mouthgasm! Aime? This post is for you! And Laura? I’m sorry!

Pull out those napkins folks, you’re gonna need ’em! πŸ˜‰

Coconut & Fig Stuffed French Toast from

Show of hands…who out there likesΒ fuckin’ French toast?

Coconut & Fig Stuffed French Toast via

Made with [free] cinnamon raisin bread?

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Drizzled in pure maple syrup?

Coconut Fig Stuffed French Toast via

How about with some creamy coconut yogurt stuffed inside?

Coconut & Fig Stuffed French Toast with Maple Syrup from

And maybe a few warm and juicy fresh figs?

Coconut & Fig Stuffed French Toast with Coconut Peanut Butter  Kiss My Broccoli

No? 😯

Coconut Fig French Toast with Coconut Peanut Butter from

Ok, what if there was some silky smooth COCONUT peanut butter dripping over the edges of that creamy coconut and warm fig-stuffed cinnamon raisin French sex toast?

Coconut Fig Stuffed French Toast with Coconut Peanut Butter from

Really?? No takers?!

Hmm, guess that just means more for me!!

But, you know, if youΒ haaaaaappen to change your mind…here’s the recipe! πŸ˜‰

Fig & Coconut Stuffed French Toast

By:Β Heather @ Kiss My Broccoli

Prep Time: 5-10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Keywords: stovetop breakfast sandwich figs greek yogurt eggs fall

Ingredients (Serves 1)

    For the French Toast

    • 2 slices of cinnamon raisin bread
    • 1 egg + 2 egg whites
    • 2 Tablespoons coconut-flavored Greek yogurtΒ (I used Yoplait Greek)
    • 1/2 teaspoon coconut (or vanilla) extract

    For the Coconut-Fig Stuffing

    • 2 Tablespoons coconut-flavored Greek yogurt (I used Yoplait Greek)
    • 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
    • 2 fresh figs, chopped

    For the Coconut Peanut Butter

    • 1/2 Tablespoon creamy peanut butter
    • 1 teaspoon coconut oil


    1. Heat a non-stick skillet to medium heat and coat with cooking spray, coconut oil, or butter.
    2. In a shallow bowl, whisk eggs together with the yogurt and extract.
    3. Soak each bread piece in the egg mixture before placing in pan and allowing to cook for 4-5 minutes.
    4. Flip and cook an additional 2-3 minutes.
    5. While the toast is cooking, combine yogurt and cinnamon.
    6. In a separate bowl, whisk together peanut butter and coconut oil until smooth.
    7. Heat chopped figs in the microwave on high for 10 seconds (optional).
    8. Place finished toast slice on a plate, spread with coconut yogurt mixture and figs, then top with the other toast slice.
    9. Cut sandwich in half and top with maple syrup, coconut peanut butter, and coconut chips (optional).

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    Hmm, perhaps I should’ve saved this for foreplay Friday?

    Coconut & Fig French Toast via

    Eh, who cares! Let’s get FORKIN’! πŸ˜‰

    Coconut Oil & Peanut ButterAnd yeah…that coconut peanut butter? I know, it’s basically lubricantΒ it tastes JUST like
    Earth Balance’sΒ creamy peanut butter spread!

    What was for breakfast today? Was it mouthgasmic?

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    60 Responses to Mouthgasm Monday

    1. Jessie says:

      YESS!! I have all the ingredients needed for this mouthgasm meal. I just want you to know that you & your creativity has made my week.. and it just started! KSDLJOWE <– words can't explain how much I wish I hadn't already eaten breakfast!! There's always tomorrow!!

    2. Time to get our souls nice and dirty again?! And I thought you’d gone over to the good side once and for all after yesterday’s confessions. Sigh. Really, though, I’m glad you opted against that surefire boredom bringer ;).
      About that French toast: next time just get some [expired or not] silken tofu out for a vegan version and I’ll be over for breakfast. Or lunch. Or dinner.
      Not today’s breakfast but my latest creation yesterday was a vegan apple blueberry [sort of] bread pudding and that was pretty awesome.

    3. Lucie says:

      I’m coming! Ok, that was cheesy. I mean, I want to come over and eat with you. πŸ™‚
      This looks sooo good! I hate my country for not having greek yogurt and don’t get me even started on FLAVORED greek yogurt. Gah! I NEED to visit you.

    4. I love the F’n French toast…40 year old virgin, great movie! And that just looks freaking mouth watering, I just ate and I want that!

    5. Geebus, lady… I’m not even a fan of French toast and you still had me drooling over here.

      Side note… I couldn’t help but laugh when I saw that IG pic you posted of the placemats you picked up that were similar to mine, saying that you were lusting over ’em for a while — that’s exactly how I when I look at your pics! I’m like… wheeeeeeere can I get those props!!

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Haha! I was wondering if you saw that! Well, that makes me feel a LOT better! I swear I wish I had bought all of those “serving bowls” back in April…I totally would’ve sold them on the blog! Lol

    6. Lee says:

      Yum!! Although I have to do plain ol’ cinnamon bread. I can’t get down with raisins.

    7. Now I’m slightly depressed that I just ate breakfast and it wasn’t french toast. I love it, I just never get around to making it! Thinking that it’s going to have to happen soon…

    8. I love your sex-themed posts. I’m obviously very deprived (damn long distance relationship), because I’m finding this French toast super sexy.

    9. Eric says:

      Pretty sure you’re creating so many amazing dishes that you’ll have to stay on vacay for 3 weeks!

    10. Kat says:

      mouthgasm is right my friend, this is BEYOND delicious looking!! gosh I haven’t had a fig in who knows how long, but they are still one of my favorite things out there! and might I add that I think Im becoming more obsessed with your French toast recipes than I am your pancake recipes. Im also pretty sure that is some form of blasphemy. Please forgive me!

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Hahaha! Well, as long as their MY recipes your lusting over…just don’t go cheating on me with someone ELSE’S pancakes! πŸ˜‰

    11. purelytwins says:

      we just drooled all over our computer πŸ˜‰ this looks amazing

    12. Lisa says:

      Oh baby, this french toast is dreamy.
      Like for real, this looks so delicious.
      Usually I’m not even a french toast gal, but I could get down with this.

    13. This looks insane! I am so sad that I am “off” dairy and eggs right now. Ughhhh the tummy troubles. Mission: vegan french toast!

    14. I. Love. You. Let’s make potty mouthed sweet ginger babies. Sorry manfriend.

    15. Yum!!! I’m on such a French Toast kick at the moment; this looks incredible – I agree a total mouthgasm!

    16. Please pass a tissue. I need to clean my computer screen…

    17. Tara says:

      Wow, that looks like something straight out of a restaurant! I love cinnamon raisin bread and think more people need to start making their French Toasts with it. It takes it to a whole new level!

    18. I think I just cried when I saw this recipe! cinnamon raisin bread is my jam. I have a very strong feeling this recipe is going to appear in my dreams until I make it. Yes Heather, you are in my dreams. I’m okay with it πŸ˜‰

    19. I happen to LOVE french toast!! And adding coconut oil to PB?? Now THAT is genius!!

    20. Chrystal says:

      I’m the only person in my house that likes french toast. More for me, right??

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Haha! RIGHT! But seriously?! How could anyone NOT like French toast?!

        • Chrystal says:

          I have often wondered that myself. But my husband also doesn’t like eggs much either. Booooooo. And his daughter will pretty much say she doesn’t like whatever he doesn’t like.. booooo again.

          • kissmybroccoli says:

            Aww, that’s a bummer! I think it’s soooo important to be careful saying you don’t like certain things around kids…I swear I wouldn’t eat anything green because when I was growing up because my dad is a veggie-racist! Haha!

            • Chrystal says:

              He is starting to get better and noticing it more. So that is good. She’s 8 (9 in Jan.) – that age where she wants to be like her parents/step parents and be noticed. I love it because now I can teach her all the baking and cooking (shes been my helper since she was 3) like my mom did when I was growing up and she loves it now that she really understands and has more big girl jobs.

              I am tempted to make these though because I think she would love it!

            • kissmybroccoli says:

              Hey, it’s always worth a try…especially if you can get her in on the fun! We didn’t do a lot of cooking together in the kitchen when I was younger, but the times we did, I was always more excited to try it! πŸ™‚

    21. OMG. I know we call you the Pancake Queen, but I seriously think you need to be upgraded to the Breakfast Queen. This looks like it belongs on the menu of a really cute little breakfast cafe! And your coconut PB idea? Genius. I was always jealous of you guys who can have coconut PB, but now I can just use your idea to make my own coconut almond butter! πŸ˜€

      Today for breakfast I had pumpkin banana oatmeal with almond butter and while it was pretty darn delicious, it pales in comparison to this!

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Awww, thank you Chelsea! And omg, yes! Coconut almond butter is on my list of nut butters to make as soon as I clear out a few more jars!

        Mmm, pumpkin banana oatmeal sounds so good right now!

    22. This looks ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!! I”m sorry, was that too loud? I want this. Please. πŸ™‚

    23. I agree with Chelsea- I think breakfast Queen is more appropriate for you- the R Rated version though.

      I may have firstly come to read this based on the title, but that changed when I saw those pictures. Foreplay? F that, Foodplay.

      How can I convince you to come to Australia and let me take advantage….. of your cooking skills?

      I’m eating breakfast right now which is eggs and muffins. BORRRRING compared to that masterpiece.

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Omg, BEST use of the dot dot dot EVER! Just want you to know I literally lol’d at that! You just keep working on Laura…whenever she makes a trip over, I’ll be sure to stow away in her suitcase! πŸ˜‰

    24. Mouthgasm. That reminds me of a game that we played at the beginning of opening weekend last year for college. It was called fungasm and it was the most embarrassing yet humorous game I ever played. I’m sure there are directions online somewhere so I will not pass them on πŸ˜‰

      Mixing peanut butter and coconut oil is a super smart way to not have to buy ANOTHER jar of nut buttery goodness. This opens a whole new realm of possibilities. (I just hummed the Campbells Possibility song just so you know..)

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Ut oh! Sounds risque! I’m gonna have to look this one up!

        And just so you know, after I read that last bit, I said “Mmm, mmm, good!” in my head! Haha!

    25. Khushboo says:

      Oh my gahhhhh- this sandwich us outta control…send me one?? Please and thank you! My breakfast involved 2% Greek yogurt with banana slices, blueberries, bran flakes and almonds. It was my first tone trying 2% (as opposed to 0%) and it certainly tastes very mouthgasmic- that extra bit of fat really help reduce the tangy flavor overall! No going back!

      • kissmybroccoli says:

        Oh yes! 2% is the way to go when it comes to yogurt…the consistency can’t be beat and it’s SO much more filling! And now I want some blueberries! Ha!

        PS, quit falling into the spam pond without your arm floaties on! πŸ˜‰

    26. Holy food porn batman!! That looks delicious but I guess you knew that already πŸ˜‰

      I’m going to need to make this it looks devine, delicious, delectable, d….yummy, d….Omnomnom…d…tasty! All the D words πŸ˜‰

    27. I’m glad we are all working together here to keep the fig love (porn) alive. And that coconut peanut butter shortcut? Genius, I say.

    28. Amie says:

      Hah! Love it!!! And thanks for the shout out πŸ™‚

    29. You’re such a tease Ms. Brocccoli πŸ˜‰ This looks absolutely DIVINE!

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    31. Whoa. This does look like a mouthgasm. Haha. You’re hilarious!
      I’d be all over this for breakfast right now if I could. Tissues are ready to go! πŸ˜‰

    32. Lisa says:

      That picture of the peanut butter melting is outstanding! Gorgeous!

    33. Seriously, the pics had me looking but your post kept me reading-haha-love the humor!

    34. You are one dirty girl, and I for one support it. Mouthgasm indeed.
      I just so happen to have granola bread lying around; maybe you could make us some french toast tomorrow. I’ll put on some R. Kelly. Scratch that last part; that might be awkward.

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