Sunday, March 31, 2013

Nutella French Rolls with Cinnamon Sugar

It's been a little quiet around here. I'm always suspicious of silence. I find myself floating, floating, feeling relaxed, and then I think "what the heck is happening? It's actually quiet. Something's up!" Well that's the way you have to think when you have kids. You go and check what they're up to and nine out of ten times they're doing something they shouldn't be doing, like stuffing crayons up each other's noses.
It's a crazy time of the year and nothing should be this quiet. So today I am sharing with you a total gem of a recipe. I'm almost loathed to share it. It's sort of one of those wow recipes that requires absolutely no effort or skill in anyway, and has people wondering how you made it. Once the secret is out however it's a no-brainer. It's so easy and so delicious, you wont be able to stop at one. And the sky's the limit when it comes to filling choices. Here we have nutella filled french toast rolls coated in a delicious golden layer of cinnamon sugar. Imagine them oozing with caramel or strawberry jam? Talk about the perfect breakfast in bed!




 NUTELLA FRENCH TOAST ROLLS WITH CINNAMON SUGAR  
(Adapted from Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice)

10 slices soft white bread
10 tsp nutella
1 large egg
1 1/2 tbsp milk
1/2 cup caster sugar
1 heaped tbsp ground cinnamon

Remove the crusts from the slices of bread. Discard the crusts.
Take each piece of bread and roll flat with a rolling pin.Spread each piece of flattened bread with one teaspoon of nutella, in a portion measuring about one inch wide and the length of the bread, one inch from the edge of the bread. Roll the bread up tightly.
In a shallow dish, combine the egg and the milk and whisk to combine the two and break down the egg. In another shallow dish, combine and the sugar and cinnamon.
Heat a little butter (or oil) in a frying pan. Dip each roll briefly in the egg mixture until well coated, and then place in the hot frypan. Lightly fry until golden-brown all over, then roll in the cinnamoned sugar. Serve immediately.

Makes 10

10 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, Louise-- these look AMAZING! I love how easy they are, and yet how pretty they look! A great Sunday breakfast idea that's special, but not too time-consuming. Cannot wait to try it! Thank you for sharing!

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  2. This is like a sugar snails recipe I used to make! So easy and fun :)

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  3. This is an awesome recipe and looks fantastic too! And I can never have enough of Nutella. Cant wait to try it out!

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  4. Those are just too good to pass up.

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  6. Looks so good. Almost like a churro. Yum!

    Lea

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  8. This sounds great.i have suggestion put in ground up granola then put a marshmallow whip in with your peanut butter .

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  10. Wow cinnamon and nutella together. Heaven. Thank you for sharing this.

    Simon

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