Nutella French Toast Roll Ups

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These Nutella French Toast Roll Ups are so easy to make and perfect for breakfast, brunch or even dessert. It’s all your favorite french toast flavors plus Nutella rolled up and sprinkled with sugar!

If you love homemade french toast as much as I do, you should also try this Creamy Crock Pot Banana French Toast and my classic Baked French Toast.

Nutella French Toast Rollups stacked in a white dish with blueberries

Nutella French Toast Roll Ups

Sooooo… Do you like your mother-in-law?

Come on, be honest!

I like mine. For the most part.

Then there’s the other part; “Oh no, my son has to work!?! 8 hours a day?! But, what about his nap?? Oh my poor boy…”

Or, “Did you eat your dinner, son?” .. He’s 35.

And she lives oceans away. Literally. ~I’m doing the Mike Seaver “YES!!!”~

Okay. Let’s be nice.

She, for the most part, is a great lady, and she is one of the best cooks I have met. Seriously, this lady can bring it in the kitchen.

Back in September of 2011 we went to visit them in Macedonia. The day after we arrived, we woke up to a buffet of every Macedonian breakfast dish that exists; cheese spreads, smoked meats, fresh eggs, as well as savory french toast (except we don’t call it French Toast – we just call it Fried Bread :)) and these Nutella French Toast Rollups.

Three Nutella French Toast Rollups stacked on white paper

This Is Easily One Of My Favorite French Toast Recipes

At first, when she brought them out, I thought they were churros. Don’t they look like churros?

I was so impressed with this version of French Toast because this was just plain delicious. I mean, these rollups are amazing. Or more like aaaaaahhhhhhmazing! I just kept stuffing my face with them. I probably had about six, and I only stopped because we were not at home, where I would have had the entire plate. Secondly, they are very easy to put together, and they take just a few minutes to cook.

Last week, while Skyping with her, I asked if she would mind if I shared her recipe on here. I think she flew to cloud nine when I said that. She was really excited, and she felt honored. I think my the-best-daughter-in-law duty is done for the next year or so.

French Toast Rollups with blueberries in a white dish near a jar of empty Nutella

I am going to give you a recipe for 12 of these, but I think you should double it if your household includes more than one person. Just sayin’. And, you’ll see. You will probably have to get up half-way through breakfast to make some more.

Another thing. Do you have vanilla sugar? Because if you do, you will want to use that instead of the powdered sugar. Trust me.

ENJOY!

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French Toast Rollups in a white dish next to a jar of nutella
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Nutella French Toast Rollups

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Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
These Nutella French Toast Roll Ups are so easy to make and perfect for breakfast, brunch or even dessert. It's all your favorite french toast flavors plus Nutella rolled up and sprinkled with sugar!
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4
Calories: 454
Author: Katerina | Diethood

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 12 sandwich-bread slices (I use Whole Wheat by Pepperidge Farms)
  • Nutella
  • 4 tablespoons butter , divided
  • 1/4 cup Vanilla Sugar
  • or
  • You can use Powdered Sugar

Instructions 

  • In a medium bowl whisk together the milk, heavy cream, egg, and vanilla; set aside.
  • Cut the crust from the bread.
  • Flatten the bread slices with a rolling pin; make them as flat as possible.
  • Spread Nutella on each bread slice and roll up the bread, lightly pinching the seam to secure.
  • Place 2 tablespoons butter in a frying pan and melt over medium heat.
  • Dip the rollups in the egg mixture, and place in frying pan. You will most likely have to do this in batches.
  • Cook until golden brown, about two minutes; flip to the other side and continue to cook for another minute or so.
  • Add the rest of the butter, and continue to cook until all rollups are done.
  • If you have Vanilla Sugar, put it in a shallow dish, and once the rollups are done cooking, roll them in the sugar until covered.
  • If you do not have Vanilla Sugar, dust the rollups with Powdered Sugar.
  • Serve immediately.
Nutrition Facts
Nutella French Toast Rollups
Amount Per Serving
Calories 454 Calories from Fat 189
% Daily Value*
Fat 21g32%
Saturated Fat 11g55%
Cholesterol 92mg31%
Sodium 563mg23%
Potassium 199mg6%
Carbohydrates 55g18%
Fiber 3g12%
Sugar 18g20%
Protein 10g20%
Vitamin A 655IU13%
Calcium 152mg15%
Iron 3.2mg18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Keywords: easy french toast, easy french toast recipe, french toast rollups, nutella french toast, french toast with nutella, french toast roll ups

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52 Responses
  1. Roshani Khanna

    This looks great! Thanks for sharing it and the other recipes at the Pinterest Power Party – we’ll be featuring this in tomorrow’s party!

  2. Dianne

    I just made these about 1/2 hour ago and they’re all gone! I grew up bringing Nutella sandwiches to school. I don’t think I’ll ever stop eating Nutella. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

  3. Carolyn

    I love the Mcedonia cuisine, bland but delicious! We were stationed in Macedonia for a year and a half! I will have to try these and I think they will be a hit with my 3yr old daughter!!

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Carolyn!!

      You are so lucky you got to live there!! 🙂 Yes, we’re not crazy about seasonings in our food… parsley and garlic are pretty much it! 🙂

  4. Jean (Lemons & Anchovies)

    I never had the honor of meeting my mother-in-law and one of my regrets is missing out on the baked goods she was apparently good at (her parents owned a bakery in Germany).

    These rollups would definitely not have lasted long around here. They’re awesome!

  5. Lora @cakeduchess

    oh, yes! Nutella! And yes, I do love my mother-in-law. She spoils all of us. And she does still ask my hubs what he ate (hahaha!)She has to keep tabs on me and make sure he’s well-fed;)These are super!:)

  6. mjskit

    What a lucky DIL to have a MIL that serves you such a breakfast! These rollups are to die for! I could easily eat 12 of them, so I guess I’ll have to double it so Bobby can have something to eat.

  7. Serena (serenabakessimplyfromscratch)

    Hmmm.. Your Mother-In-Law sounds very familiar to another Mother-In-Law I know other then the cooking part.. Ohh.. I better be nice! Lol

  8. Nami | Just One Cookbook

    Ok I’m so interested in Macedonian breakfast spread. I hope you would show us how you eat breakfast! I love breakfast… Your MIL story was timely, my MIL is coming next Monday. We get along okay, but I always feel nervous! xD

  9. Paula @ Vintage Kitchen

    This looks ridiculously good! I understand your serving size Kate. And many times we get really well with our mil until we don´t agree about their `little´ boy. This recipe is amazing.

  10. Denise Browning@From Brazil To You

    Kate: These nutella rollups look beyond delicious! I saw them on pinterest and could not avoid repinning it!!!

  11. kirsten@FarmFreshFeasts

    Man, Kate, these look amazing.

    My mantra, when the going gets rough, is “she raised a wonderful son . . . she raised a wonderful son” but I don’t think I’d need to be muttering that under my breath while eating these.

    Thanks!

  12. Terra

    I adore my mother-in-law, she is truly wonderful! Nice job rockin’ the daughter-in-law of the year award, yay!!! Seriously this recipe looks beyond yummy! I would have eaten the whole plate too:-) Hugs, Terra

  13. Laura Dembowski (@piesandplots)

    Those are so yummy looking! Such a creative spin on French toast. I bet these go down was faster than regular French toast too. All of the sudden you’d realize you ate like six slices of bread.

  14. Jasmina

    I am so doing this!!!!! I’ve never seen this before and as you know I’m from Macedonia. They have come a long way 😉 lol

  15. Ilke

    Ok, I am going to be the best Auntie ever when I have the family over for brunch on Easter weekend! I had been trying to come up with something jazzy that kids would adore since the rest of the menu is more adult-oriented.

    Fun fun .. Lovely pictures…

  16. Carol | a cup of mascarpone

    Just saw these on instagram, Kate, and came right over to read about them! They’re amazing! I just happen to have a full jar of Nutella waiting to be opened up!

  17. Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen

    OH…MA…GAH! Kate, what are you doing to me? It’s spring and I’m trying (trying!) to be good and all paleo…you’re gonna make me go off the rails on a crazy train of carbs, LOL! For a treat, I must make these for The Big Lug. He’ll think he’s died and gone to heaven! We just LUUURRVE Nutella! xo

  18. The Mom Chef ~ Taking on Magazines One Recipe at a Time

    My mother-in-law and I have a very good, though cordial relationship, but I don’t see myself ever calling her mom. These rollups are a fantastic idea and I know the family would adore them. You may have just given me breakfast for this weekend. 🙂

  19. Dijana

    My mom-inlaw is a good cook too-but she’s funny-when I ask her for a particular recipe and what it entails she usually says “just eyeball it I don’t measure!” Gee,that helps!

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