Sausage rolled in french toast bites. Easy to make and fun to eat, these French Toast Sausage Roll-Ups are always popular with my family. A yummy twist on traditional french toast. This easy sweet and savory Sausage French Toast Roll Ups recipe is as fun to make as it is to eat.
These sausage stuffed french toast roll ups are perfect for breakfast or brunch! They're drizzled in maple syrup and dusted with powdered sugar. These easy French toast and sausage wraps are fun and delicious on the go — or serve with fresh fruit and hash browns for a hearty breakfast. You can have Sausage rolled in french toast bites using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Sausage rolled in french toast bites
- Prepare 4 pieces of sausages (smokies will do too).
- It’s 4 slices of bread.
- It’s 3 of large eggs.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of cinamon.
- Prepare of salt and pepper.
- It’s 2 tbsp of vegetable oil.
Sausages are rolled up in a blanket of French toast in this easy recipe, a fun and tasty breakfast for kids and families. Our oldest is obsessed with french toast. He requests it on an almost daily basis. Our youngest would rather eat eggs and sausage.
Sausage rolled in french toast bites instructions
- Cook your sausages/smokies till well done. you can deep fry them or grill them. i grilled mine in the oven.
- Chop of the brown sides of your bread slices and try flattening them slightly using a rolling pin.
- Place your sausages/smokies on the bread slices and roll them to the rod shape.
- Beat your eggs and spice it using the cinnamon, salt and pepper.
- Dip the rolled up rods into the beaten eggs ensuring they are evenly covered.
- Grease your pan and place it under medium heat, cook the rods to a nice golden color. You can serve them at this point (for finger parties).
- Chop them into sizable bites, 1 inch maybe. Enjoy with tea..
You can also serve them with little dipping bowls if you have young kids that enjoy finger foods. Sausage Stuffed French Toast Roll Ups Recipe. These French Toast Bites are really just a variation on my Cinnamon French Toast Sticks. The only difference is that the bread is cut into cubes and Thanks Tracey! Ps I want to keep simple, simple!