French Toast Roll Ups

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http://www.startrecipes.com/2013/12/french-toast-roll-ups.html

With photos!

These kind of remind me of churros...if you rolled them in cinnamon sugar at the end!

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For Christmas you could use speculoos (biscoff spread) and bananas instead Smiling

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Never heard of this. So looked it up. Have no clue where I could find it. But sounds very interesting.

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In the US this is called Biscoff. The spread is available usually in the peanut butter aisle. The cookies.. in the cookie aisle. TradeJ's calls this cookie butter.

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EmptyNest wrote:

Never heard of this. So looked it up. Have no clue where I could find it. But sounds very interesting.

walmart.

kroger.

near the peanut butter at Walmart, or bakery near donuts in Kroger...crunchy and soft. And the crackers are near them.

iam talking the spread... Click on this http://www.target.com/p/biscoff-crunchy-spread-13-4-oz/-/A-14424115?ref=tgt_adv_XSG10001&AFID=Google_PLA_df&LNM=%7C14424115&CPNG=Unassigned&kpid=14424115&LID=PA&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=14424115&gclid=CIGXvduEobsCFcTm7AodI1EAJw

On iPad...sorry for long link..

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Hmmm guess that's why I don't see it. I am rarely in the peanut butter aisle. But I will give it a try next time I am in Walmart. 

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Sugar Bear wrote:

For Christmas you could use speculoos (biscoff spread) and bananas instead Smiling

Yes, I thought about the biscoff as well. Smiling I had bananas foster last night, and was reminded that I don't like the texture of warm bananas.

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puree them... no texture problems Smiling

Or you could do the opposite, spread pureed bananas and use pieces of biscoff cookies for their crunch Smiling

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I made these today.

I used grainy bread and hazelnut mocha cappuccino jif (similar to nutella) and strawberries and link sausage. They were awesome. More of a dessert breakfast, pretty sweet. You could easily use apple chunks in them (if you didn't have berries) and it would be just as good.

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