French Toast Roll-Up Two Ways – Sausage

Time: 40 minutes

Makes 4

I decided to make two different types of french toast rolls for breakfast to see which my family likes best. The first version has sausage, and the second version has blueberries with lemony cream cheese. Try them both and see which is “the way you like it” and which music pairs best with each! Enjoy!

Music Selection: Backstreet Boys – That’s The Way I Like It

Ingredients:

4 eggs

½ cup milk

4 slices of bread (sourdough is great)

1 ½ Tbsp dried or freshly chopped basil

4 precooked breakfast sausages (we like pork)

1 cup grated cheddar cheese (you can use slices of cheese or you can use a spreadable cheese like boursin)

Salt/pepper

2 Tbsp butter

Serve with ketchup or syrups to dip in.

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 deg F.

If you have not cooked the sausages, bake them in the oven until fully cooked (about 25 minutes) and let cool. Set aside.

With rolling pin, roll out the 4 slices of bread. If you want to cut of the crusts, you can, but we leave ours on.

In a large flat bowl or container, beat the eggs, milk and basil. Salt/pepper to taste.

Sprinkle cheese on each slice of bread. Then place a sausage on each. Roll up each slice of bread tightly. One at a time, soak the bread roll ups in the egg mixture.

In an iron cast skillet (that can go in the oven), melt the butter over medium heat. Add the roll ups and brown all “sides” of the roll ups. When brown, put the skillet in the oven and let bake for another 20 minutes.

Serve with ketchup or syrup. Enjoy!

Also try the French Toast Roll Ups with Blueberries & Cream Cheese!

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