French Toast Roll-Ups
(Pinterest Test Kitchen)

9:00 AM






What You'll Need:



8 slices of bread
Softened cream cheese
Strawberries, diced
Nutella
2 eggs
3 tablespoons milk
  cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Butter, for greasing the pan


Step 1:
Begin by removing the crusts from your bread slices.



Step 2:
Once the crusts are removed, begin to use a rolling pin to gently flatten the bread.



Step 3:
Dice your strawberries.



Step 4:
After your bread is flattened, begin to fill your french toast roll. Your fillings can be anything you want, mine were made with cream cheese, nutella, and strawberries. Begin by placing a small amount of the spread of your choice then place a few pieces of fruit in the center. Then roll up the bread into a cigar like shape, make sure the seam is pinched closed so your bread does not open up.




Step 5:
Whisk together your eggs and milk. Once they are combined, dip your roll-ups until they are well covered in the egg mixture. Let them rest on a plate while moving onto to the next steps.




Step 6:
Mix your sugar and cinnamon together, make sure it is mixed well.



Step 7:
Add butter to your pan, heat on about medium to medium-high heat.



Step 8:
Place your roll-ups into the pan (seam side down), I made 2 batches of these so make sure you don't overfill the pan. Bake for about 2 to 4 minutes per side. Keep a close eye on these as they can cook quickly depending on your stove top and heat used. Once they are done cooking, immediately toss them in the cinnamon sugar mixture.



Step 9:
Serve immediately as they are best served warm, you can serve with maple syrup but I found these to be plenty sweet on their own.





This is a part of my Pinterest Test Kitchen series. This series is based around the endless amount of recipes I have saved on my Pinterest boards. This makes me more motivated to try things out and not to simply pin it and forget it.


My overall opinion of this recipe is that it's simple, quick to make, and delicious. My entire family loved them and while preparing these, I was already contemplating the many fillings I could make. My first idea was a peaches and cream which I plan on trying soon. These were so good that I made more the next morning and honestly my second batch was even better than the first. I would recommend giving this recipe a try and making it your own.


I hope you enjoyed this recipe and are excited about this series. This recipe was chosen by all of you so keep an eye out for next month's poll! In the comments below, let me know your Pinterest boards so I can follow you!


As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!













Disclaimer: This recipe is not my own, the original author is The Girl Who Ate Everything and has been linked to throughout this post. All images and opinions are my own.

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