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French Toast Roll-ups

French Toast Roll-ups
We had a rough weekend. Without getting into too much detail, my baby girl had a stomach bug and my husband had food poisoning from a local fast food joint. Our washing machine was on overload. After a full day out of commission I joked to my husband that he might have to cancel his golf tee time the following day. But imagine that, he squeaked out the energy to make it. Amazing. I guess you could say I’m in need of a little relaxation. If you’re pampering the mom in your life this weekend, fix her these French Toast Roll-Ups. Just take regular soft white bread and cut the crusts off. Using a rolling pin, flatten the pieces out. Place whatever filling you like inside towards the end of the piece of bread. Nutella with strawberries is really good too. Roll those babies up. Dip them in an egg/mixture just like you would regular French toast. As soon as you’ve browned them in a skillet roll them in some cinnamon/sugar. Breakfast is served! Ingredients Instructions Notes

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