Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast Roll-Ups February 2, 2017 – Posted in: breakfast, cooking, recipes

Since we had a snow day, I decided to make a nice breakfast for the kids. I am not so great at early mornings (see my freezer breakfast solution HERE) but I can handle a nice, late breakfast on a relaxing day at home once in awhile. These are one of my kids’ favorites.

I always have an assortment of jelly (see HERE) so I can make a variety of them with very little effort.

Quick and easy breakfast idea- peanut butter and french toast roll-ups!

peanut butter and french toast french toast roll-ups

I have horrible lighting in my kitchen, especially on a snowy day, so please excuse my lousy pictures.

Spread peanut butter and jelly on bread. (Seeded Italian bread is not ideal, but it is what we had on hand.) On these I used strawberry, grape, and peach jams.

peanut butter and jelly french toast

Roll them up from the jelly side to the peanut butter side. The jelly oozes and the peanut butter is sticky and helps seal it up. The bread might break apart a bit, so just smoosh it together as needed. If you want to cut the crust off, you can do that, but I don’t like to waste/encourage picky eating.

how to make peanut butter and jelly french toast

Mix one egg and a cup of milk in a dish- I use a soup bowl. Roll the bread around in the milk-egg mixture to coat.

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Fry in a lightly greased pan on medium-low heat, rolling around to brown all of the outer edges.

how to make peanut butter and jelly french toast roll-ups

how to cook pbj french toast rolls

Remove from heat and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

You can make these in any flavor just by switching out the jelly! Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast Roll-Ups

I love that these are so easy and add a little extra protein with breakfast. They really aren’t that hard to make and it is something different to mix things up.

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A fun breakfast idea for the kids- peanut butter and jelly french toast roll-ups!

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Make Your Own Uncrustables to Freeze

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