French Toast Roll Ups are super easy to make and even more fun to share and eat! Roll an assortment of tasty fillings inside a slice of bread and saute in a pan until golden brown!

With all the tasty parts of classic french toast rolled into handheld portions, it is great to make ahead!

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Just like a breakfast burrito or egg muffins, these tasty treats are the perfect grab-and-go breakfast for those super busy mornings!

How to Make French Toast Roll Ups

To make seamless french toast rolls start by cutting the crust off slices of bread and flatten with a rolling pin.

  1. Place filling on one end and roll up carefully.
  2. Dip the French toast rolls into the egg mixture and fry in butter, seam side down in a saute pan.
  3. Once golden brown, remove the rolls and roll in cinnamon sugar to coat them.

Stack on a platter and serve with whipped cream or warmed maple syrup.

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Delicious Filling Options

Here is a great list of fillings you can put into your French toast roll-ups!

  • Fruit: mashed bananas, strawberry puree, blueberry puree, or apple pie filling are delicious!
  • Jam: apricot, peach, grape, orange marmalade, and so many more!
  • Other: cream cheese, peanut butter, mini chocolate chips, mini butterscotch chips or Nutella.

Make a whole variety and let everyone pick and choose their favorites!

French Toast Rolls in a pan and being dipped in egg mixture and sugar


French toast roll ups will keep for about three or four days in the refrigerator. Make sure they are sealed in a zippered bag or an airtight container.

If they are filled with fruits, they can start to get soft so it’s best to eat them right after they are made. Jams and nut butters tend to store better.

Delicious French Toast Recipes

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French Toast Roll Ups

French toast roll-ups have the flavor of french toast but are super easy to eat and fun for little hands! 
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 16 rolls
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  • 16 slices soft bread
  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tablespoons milk
  • cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • filling of your choice (such as cream cheese, jam, nutella or your favorite)


  • Place piece of bread on a cutting board and trim your crusts. With a rolling pin flatten each piece of bread.
  • At one end of your bread place your filling (just a small strip) and roll up.
  • In a shallow dish combine sugar and cinnamon. Mix well. In a second shallow dish whisk together eggs and milk. Dip the bread roll in the egg mixture.
  • Heat a pan over low-medium heat, melt butter to coat pan. Place rolls in the pan, seam side down.
  • Cook until golden brown turning to brown all sides.
  • Remove the rolls one at a time from pan and roll to coat in cinnamon sugar mixture.
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Nutrition Information

Calories: 92 | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 20mg | Sodium: 132mg | Potassium: 41mg | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 35IU | Calcium: 74mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
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  1. Hi there! I would love to make these as part of an Easter Brunch. Can I make them ahead of time and if so how would I re-heat them and/or keep them warm? TIA

    1. For prepping ahead, when filled with fruits, they can start to get soft so it’s best to eat them right after they are made. But if using jams or nut butter, those tend to store better and can be made ahead of time. Just wait to dip in the egg mixture until ready to cook. Alternatively, to keep warm I would pop them in the oven on low while you make the next batch.

  2. Hi Holly,
    You are my “go to” person for most of my recipes. Thank you.
    I made these and they were a hit. Just a little time consuming but that may be perhaps I was “hungry ” to devour these delicious rolls. I used different fillings options to spread the deliciousness. 4 stars

    1. They should be served warm. I haven’t tried reheating them but they are just like french toast so I think it would work just fine!

  3. How do we know which of the recipes you post you have actually tried? I see a number that look wonderful and always wonder which you have used.

    1. Nearly every recipe on this site has been written and photographed by me! :) (And these are super yummy!!) If you ever have questions about a particular recipe, please feel free to send me a message.