Simple French Toast Roll Ups

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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

Optional
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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    DIYlindsey

    2 years ago

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

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    Cynni

    3 years ago

    Looks delicious :)

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    Sheldy123

    3 years ago

    I am going to try these. Thanks!:)

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    dpick

    3 years ago

    Where does the French toast part come?

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    rozario.brandon

    3 years ago

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

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    sabu.dawdy

    3 years ago

    Love your post.