Simple French Toast Roll Ups





Introduction: Simple French Toast Roll Ups

Hey momoluvers! It's momo and today I'm making these yummy and simple roll ups that are delicious for breakfast and dessert. These are quick and easy but absolutely delicious! I hope y'all enjoy

Step 1: Supplies

1. White bread
2. Knife
3. Cutting board
4. Cream cheese
5. Fresh berries
6. Butter
7. Frying pan

1. Honey
2. Powdered sugar

Step 2: Preparing the Bread

1. Use however many slices of bread you prefer. I'm going to do 6

2. Stack 2-3 slices at a time and slice along the crust

3. Use a rolling pin to flatten each piece of bread so they are as thin as possible.

Step 3: Cream Cheese

1. Take a very small amount of cream cheese on your knife and spread it on the bread into a very thin layer.

Step 4: Berries

Add one or two layer of berries not reaching completely from end to end, or they will come out as they are frying

Step 5: Cooking Time!

1.Generously add melted butter or Pam onto the frying pan and turn the heat onto high

2. Put two to three rolls onto the pan at a time, when there are too many, it gets crowded and burns.

3. Scoop them onto a plate when finished. They will be bronze and crispy

Step 6: Toppings

If you want, put honey and powdered sugar on them to enhance the flavor

Step 7: Finished!

And that's it! I hope y'all enjoyed this tutorial, check out more on my Instagram: crafty.momo for upcoming tutorials. Remember to vote, I appreciate it!

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    I'm going to try these! I've made grilled cheese roll ups the same way and they were amazing! :)

    Looks delicious :)

    I am going to try these. Thanks!:)

    Where does the French toast part come?

    how about dipping them in egg before introducing them to the pan :)