French Toast Roll-ups

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I cannot remember where I was looking when I came across the idea to make the madhouse some of these delicious french toast roll-ups. But I knew when I saw them, I had to make them! We love a good plate pile up of french toast on a Sunday, so this adds a bit of a naughty twist to that Sunday morning tradition we seem to have. 


French toast roll ups have a super gooey and delicious centre and when I tasted my first one, I think I fell a little bit in love. You can either use cinnamon sugar or regular, I chose to go with regular but my daughter has already exclaimed to get my hands on some cinnamon sugar for next time. 


To make these delicious roll-ups I took out a dozen rounds of bread and removed their crusts. I then flattened each slice out with a rolling pin. 
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Next was the filling! The kids asked to have a Nutella filling {how could I argue!} so Nutella they got. I spread a little on the edge of each slice, before rolling each one up tightly their delicious demise.
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Then dunk them in your regular french toast batter and cook those bad boys up! Straight from the pan I rolled ours in a thin layer of sugar and then they can be drizzled or dunked in maple syrup, whatever you’re little heart desires!
 
You can have whatever filling you like in these and I am looking forward to trying out different fillings over the next few weeks!
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Do you have any ideas for what our next filling could be? 
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12 Comments

  1. Sian PottyMouthedMummy
    15/04/2014 / 10:08 AM

    Oh my, these sound utterly gorgeous. Will be making this week!! Nom nom xxx

  2. Kathryn Grant
    15/04/2014 / 12:04 PM

    Oh my goodness, how have these not been in my life before now?!? Will definitely be trying these out,.. Thanks for inspiring recipe!!
    #TastyTuesdays

  3. James Gibson
    15/04/2014 / 1:26 PM

    Woooooow !!!!!! Hmmmm I need these in my life !!!! They look great, I love french food its amazing ! Thank you for linking up with The I’m proud of that link up !

  4. sarahhillwheeler, crewcutandnewt
    15/04/2014 / 2:02 PM

    What a brilliant idea….love it and I’m going to try this for an indulgent Easter breakfast! #TastyTuesdays.

  5. Caroline Elliott
    15/04/2014 / 2:39 PM

    Oh my goodness these sound and look so delicious! Yummers! xx #tastytuesdays

  6. Honest Mum
    15/04/2014 / 6:43 PM

    Oh wow, simply WOW-incredible, simple, stunning, you’re a genius. That is all. Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

  7. Jenny Ripatti-Taylor
    15/04/2014 / 8:02 PM

    Wow debs these are a great creation. I will be making these when I go home in June for my Dad and Mom they would melt at the site of these. So yummy. Thanks for sharing. #tastytuesday

  8. Carie
    15/04/2014 / 8:08 PM

    Oh those look amazing – how about banana for a new middle – or stewed apple, creme fraiche and cinnamon (I had it in a pancake once and it was divine!)

  9. 15/04/2014 / 7:36 PM

    These look lovely and would be a great breakfast for my oldest to help with 🙂 #TastyTuesdays

  10. Colette B
    16/04/2014 / 10:46 AM

    They look amazing. I know Ben & Chlo would love them. I’ve never made French toast before though!

  11. AliceMegan
    16/04/2014 / 4:22 PM

    These sound delicious will definitely have to give them a go!

    AliceMegan

  12. Mummy Mishaps
    16/04/2014 / 7:13 PM

    yuuuuuuummmmy!!!! xx

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