These French Toast Roll Ups are a new twist on a classic recipe. Easy to make (and can be frozen), you can customize the filling as much as you like!
My children love french toast but until recently, I had never tried french toast rollups, mainly because I thought that they would be too much of a pain to make and then my children wouldn't like them. I am happy to say that I was wrong. Not only were these french toast roll ups easy to make, but my children loved them! In the future, I plan to try them with homemade apple pie filling or even mini chocolate chips or Nutella as a special treat!
One of the keys to making these turn out well is the bread. You want to find a soft bread and use it almost immediately. If you try to use more "healthy breads" - such as multigrain breads that are fabulous for sandwiches, but a little on the dry side, you might find your french toast roll ups tearing and the filling leaking out of them.
I am not saying that you have to use bread that is so full of chemicals that you can roll it up and bounce it off of a wall....but this is not the time to be a stickler about only using "healthy bread". It needs to be soft and pliable for these to turn out well!
You might want to try these other breakfast recipes:
- Crockpot Breakfast Casserole Recipe
- Oven Baked Omelet
- Creative Toppings for Oatmeal
- Stuffed French Toast Casserole