Jun 19, 2013

French Toast Roll Ups - Kids Friendly Recipes

I love making and cooking french toast, you can check out my recipe for all kind of french toast here in my blog. I have quite a few kind of it here. Check it here. I make french toast often, both sweet and savoury. French toast are so versatile, you can add anything to it, it will pick the flavours up for you. I always add vanilla in my french toast, but somewhere i heard that cardamom goes pretty well with it. I should try it soon.

This is not your ordinary french toast. This recipe is a kind of  different one, it is a roll up. French toast made into rolls. it taste even more heavenly because it has jam filled inside it. I used my favorite mixed fruit jam for this. But you could probably fill it with peanut butter, nutella or anything you like. I have a dream of filling it with cream cheese and strawberries. These rolls gets its final touch by drenching it in cinnamon sugar. I hope you will love it as much as i did and let me know how it turned out.

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 1 to 2 mins
Makes 5 Rolls


Bread Slices - 5
Egg - 1
Milk - 3 tblspn
Sugar - 1 tblspn
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp
Cinnamon powder - 1 tblspn
Sugar - 4 tblspn for rolling bread rolls
Jam - as needed (You can use any jam)
Butter for frying rolls


Take egg, milk, 1 tblspn sugar and vanilla in a bowl. Mix this well till it is combined.

Now take the bread slices and remove the crust off. Now roll them thinly using a rolling pin.

Spread a good amount of jam on them. Roll them very tightly. Do the same to everything.

Heat butter in a pan for frying the rolls.

Now dip the rolls in the eggy mixture and fry them in butter. Cook on all sides so it gets evenly cooked and golden.

Remove them to a plate.

Mix up sugar and cinnamon, so it is well combined.

Now roll the cooked french rolls in the cinnnamon sugar. 



Take all your ingredients

Crack open a egg in a bowl

Add some milk and vanilla in it

Spoon in some sugar

Beat till it is combined

Now take your bread slices

Remove the crust off

Roll it out thinly

Spread some jam over it

Start rolling

Roll, Roll

Till it is completely rolled

Now time for some dipping

Start by melting some butter in a tawa

Dip the bread in some egg mixture

And fry them

Cook them till they are golden on all sides

Remove them to a plate

Now mix some sugar and cinnamon

Till they are mixed up

Transfer them to a plate, so we can roll the bread in this

Start rolling the rolls ups in the cinnamon sugar

All rolled beautifully

Enjoy with a glass of milk


Veena Theagarajan said...

must try.. looks yummy

Torviewtoronto said...

this looks wonderful deliciously done

Mahi said...

Wow..loaded with calories but DELICIOUS! :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Real kids delight...

Avika said...

Looks delicious.. Gonna try it soon :)

Helene Dsouza said...

Og those look amazing and such a smart idea! love it!

Priya Suresh said...

Makes a wonderful finger food, fantastic.

Padma said...

very nice
am a vegetarian how to do this recipe without egg

Padma said...

very nice

am a vegetarian how to make this recipe without egg

Aarthi said...


Just omit the egg and add some custard powder.

bristol plasterers said...

Yummy these look lush.

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Anonymous said...

tell me substitute of egg as m vegtran

Aarthi said...

@Anonymous Check out my eggless french toast recipe and use that as a custard.http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2011/12/eggless-sweet-french-toast-easy.html

nigar said...

I tried yr recipe today it came out nicely but I was findi g it difficult to roll because the slices were breaking but overall it was good

kalai said...

It looks awsome. Will try tomorrow mrng first thing

Babe Kaur said...

Yumm yumm must try this it has a twist

Vidhi Madan said...

Hi.. I tried the recipe.. my son luvd it.. trust me the entire plate was over in less than a minute..wow!! Only thing is it became a lil messy coz when I was rolling the bread it was breaking.. Wat to do & did u roll only 1 slice or 2 at a time..

Aarthi said...

@Vidhi MadanTry to use soft bread and I used one bread

Aarthi said...

@Vidhi MadanTry to use soft bread and I used one bread

ratnam rajan said...

Can u help us how to make delicious puttu(sp.dish of kerala) and uppuma receipe
Thanks a lot in advance..i used to try ur all receipe

Aarthi said...

@ratnam rajancheck this link


swathy vidyananandan said...

Tried your recipe..its yummy..but am unable to roll bread as it break while rolling

Aarthi said...

@swathy vidyananandanyou have to use soft variety of bread, so it can be rolled easily

Anonymous said...

thamk u.

Sangeeta Mahapatra said...

Hi Aarthi,
I have an absolute soft corner for sweet French toasts. And when I saw this tempting recipe, couldn't resist but headed straight to the kitchen and made some for myself and my toddler. Have to admit, its an amazing twist to the usual French toast, was so delicious. Thanks for the recipe! Keep going :D


Hi mam...can we makethese toast without egg..if yes thn help me how cn we mke it..thanku

Aarthi said...

@SEEMA SHARMA u can use this eggless french toast


Santosh Narayanan said...

@PadmaInstead of egg add corn flour to the milk and mix till it is fully dissolved and now follow the step as above....

Shweta Rai said...

Tried it today and loved it. Even my 5yr old who doesn't eat french toast!!! Thanks arti

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