These Stuffed French Toast Roll-Ups are easy to make, fun to eat, and delicious. Who wouldn’t love a creamy, chocolatey breakfast treat?
I love french toast and make it often-especially when we have guests visiting. But stuffing it with delicious fillings and rolling it up before cooking it makes the roll up feel special. It also makes it a great take and go breakfast for when you have to eat on the run.
HOW DO I MAKE STUFFED FRENCH TOAST ROLL UPS?
First, you are going to cut the crusts off of eight pieces of bread. Then, you’ll take a rolling pin to flatten each slice of bread.
Next, you spread the fillings on the bread slices and roll them up.
Dip the rolls into a classic french toast custard and brown on all sides in butter until golden.
Roll in cinnamon sugar before serving.
Pretty easy, right?
CAN I USE OTHER FILLINGS?
Yes, the possibilities are almost endless. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Peanut butter and marshmallow cream
- Sliced strawberries or strawberry jam and cream cheese
- Lemon or lime curd and cream cheese
- Pie fillings like apple or cherry
Here are a few more breakfast ideas:Print
These Stuffed French Toast Roll-Ups are easy to make, fun to eat, and make a great grab and go breakfast treat. This is sure to become a family favorite.
Remove the crusts from each slice of bread. Use a rolling pin to flatten it out.
In a small bowl, stir together the cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla until smooth.
Spread the cream cheese mixture evenly on each slice of bread.
Smear a thin layer of Nutella over the cream cheese – about ½ tablespoon per slice.
Roll up the bread and place, seam side down, on a plate while you continue making the rolls.
In a shallow bowl, whisk together the eggs and cream until well combined.
In another shallow bowl, stir together the sugar and cinnamon.
In a large skillet, over medium heat, melt one tablespoon of butter.
Dip each roll into the egg mixture, making sure all sides are coated.
Place into the hot skillet, seam side down.
Cook until golden brown, turning then to cook on all sides, about 3 minutes per side. Add more butter, as needed to get the rolls nicely browned on all sides.
When the rolls are done, roll them immediately in the cinnamon sugar to coat completely.
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Saute
- Cuisine: American
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