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French Toast Roll Ups for Kids

..French Toast Roll Ups for Kids
  • Serves: 9 People
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cooking: 2 Minutes
  • Calories: 1832
  • Difficulty: easy

French Toast is a very easy classic recipe, thick bread slices soaked in egg and milk batter and then fried for crisp outside and and cook the egg custard center. Sometimes having dessert for breakfast is actually a good thing. French toast roll ups is an irresistible twist to classic French toast, super easy to make and even more fun to share and eat. With all the tasty parts of classic French toast rolled into handheld portions, it is great to make ahead. 

With the school and quick morning routines for kids, these French toast roll up are bound to make an appearance to your breakfast table many more times. These would also be perfect for a party or or big brunch spread as well. Also when you make these French toast roll ups make sure to make a double batch. They reheat great and are freezer friendly too, making them perfect for busy morning that you need a grab and go breakfast for yourself or your kids. You may also call these cinnamon roll French toast roll ups as these taste exactly like cinnamon rolls. If you want to feel like biting into a piece of heaven these French toast roll ups for kids are must have.  



  1. Cut the crust (brown sides) of bread and with the help of rolling pin flatten the bread.

  2. Add some mix fruit jam over the flatten bread and spread it evenly.

  3. Roll the bread tightly and repeat the same process with all bread slices.

  4. In  a bowl add eggs and milk and whisk well together.

  5. Heat a pan over low to medium heat and add some butter to it.

  6. One by one dip the bread roll ups in this milk and egg mixture and put it in the heated pan. We will add about 4-5 rolls at a time depending on the size of the pan. 

  7. Keep turning the French toast roll ups every 30-40 seconds until they are slightly golden from one side. It should take you about 2- 3 minutes at most to cook these golden brown from all sides.

  8. Combine the sugar and cinnamon together in a bowl. 

  9. Remove these from pan and roll each roll in the cinnamon sugar. 

  10. Serve these French toast roll ups for kids as a breakfast or in their lunch box. 

  11. ______________ Note: You may skip the cinnamon sugar coating over these kids special French toast roll ups and glaze with some cream cheese topping or caramel/chocolate sauce. 

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