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The cinnamon french toast wrap by Healthy Hungry Girl transforms thin, whole-wheat tortillas with traditional French-toast-style prep. This convenient, high-fiber breakfast is ready for a drizzle of nut butter, bananas, and your favorite berries. 0 comments on “Cinnamon French Toast Breakfast Wrap (updated recipe)” Jessie — January 26, 2014 @ 11:35 am Reply What a bummer – I just gave up eggs for a few months on Wednesday �� Thanks for sharing though. They’re a fun twist on regular breakfast food. They’re like a cross between a crepe and french toast.

You dip tortillas in a french toast batter, cook them in a. Mix eggs, milk, vanilla extract, maple extract, and cinnamon together in a bowl and pour over the rolls. Step 4 Bake in the preheated oven until golden and set, 23 to 30 minutes.

Cover with packaged icing and serve. Directions. In a small bowl, combine yogurt and banana. In a shallow bowl, whisk egg, milk, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Dip both sides of each tortilla in. Cinnamon Roll French Toast Breakfast Bake Do not discard the glaze packets that will be in the bag of frozen cinnamon rolls. Place the packets back in the freezer until in the morning after you have cooked the breakfast bake. Take out of freezer and microwave for 30 seconds to soften and then drizzle over the bake. Ingredients 3 large eggs eggs, beaten 2 teaspoons white sugar 1 teaspoon milk 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon salt 6 slices bread.

Pop a frozen breakfast in the oven, microwave or toaster and you’ll have a piping hot homestyle breakfast in no time. If you’re a meat lover, enjoy sausage, bacon, ham or steak with eggs on a plate, in a bowl or in a breakfast sandwich. If you like waffles, enjoy classic flavors like fruit and cinnamon. And with Walmart’s Everyday Low Prices on. A quick and easy breakfast or dessert, these French Toast wraps are made by dredging low-carb Mission wraps in a mixture made from egg, nut milk, cinnamon, and vanilla extract, and then fried in butter on both sides until golden brown.

The cinnamon french toast wrap by Healthy Hungry Girl transforms thin, whole-wheat tortillas with traditional French-toast-style prep. This convenient, high-fiber breakfast is ready for a drizzle of nut butter, bananas, and your favorite berries.

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French toast North American breakfast dish; slices of bread dipped in beaten egg, fried, and served with cinnamon and sugar.

“A Dictionary of Food and Nutrition” by David A. Bender
from A Dictionary of Food and Nutrition
by David A. Bender
OUP Oxford, 2009

Another healthy breakfast consists of toasted whole’grain bread with low’sugar fruit spread or a mixture of olive oil and butter (see recipe on page 3) on top.

“The What Would Jesus Eat Cookbook” by Don Colbert
from The What Would Jesus Eat Cookbook
by Don Colbert
Thomas Nelson, 2011

Cinnamon raisin French toast (made with eggs and milk) is stuffed with sweet cream cheese; smothered with powdered sugar, fruit topping, and whipped topping; and served with two eggs, hash brown potatoes, and a choice oftwo strips ofbacon or two sausage links.

“The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite” by David A. Kessler
from The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite
by David A. Kessler
Rodale Books, 2010

add a little maple syrup and vanilla, and use like whipped cream on warmed fruit (pears heated with fruit juice and cinnamon are nice), then sprinkle with granola or nuts, and you’ve got an amazing dessert that is full of protein and fiber.

“This Is Your Brain on Joy: A Revolutionary Program for Balancing Mood, Restoring Brain Health, and Nurturing Spiritual Growth” by Dr. Earl Henslin
from This Is Your Brain on Joy: A Revolutionary Program for Balancing Mood, Restoring Brain Health, and Nurturing Spiritual Growth
by Dr. Earl Henslin
Thomas Nelson, 2011

Still only three ingredients, this recipe makes the perfect breakfast or lunch… or really any-time-of-day munchie.

“From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat......Only Better” by Joy Bauer
from From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat……Only Better
by Joy Bauer
Hay House, 2016

Whip this up as soon as you awake, and then move right on to breakfast.

“Sculpt and Shape: The Pilates Way” by Yasmin Karachiwala, Zeena Dhalla
from Sculpt and Shape: The Pilates Way
by Yasmin Karachiwala, Zeena Dhalla
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2015

French toast can be served with powdered sugar or a syrup, and bacon or Sausage.

“Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set” by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
from Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
Taylor & Francis, 1993

Sprinkle the French toast with stevia and top with butter.

“The Belly Fat Cure#” by Jorge Cruise
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by Jorge Cruise
Hay House, 2015

you can make half of this recipe ahead of time and whip up a special breakfast with ease, any morning you wish!

“Lexi's Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life” by Alexis Kornblum
from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life
by Alexis Kornblum
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

forting breakfast food, but does so through such a This is a basic recipe for French toast.

“Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook: A Master Baker's 300 Favorite Recipes for Perfect-Every-Time Bread-From Every Kind of Machine” by Beth Hensperger
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by Beth Hensperger
Harvard Common Press, 2000

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  • I heard a comedian say that Americans will have a Spanish omelet, English muffin, Canadian bacon, and French toast and call it “the all-American breakfast”.

  • Damn this man speaks in speed, if someone wants to learn recipe from him, I think I have to set the YouTube speed button to slowest one!

  • Egg Bread and apples, not sure about that for breakfast, a bit of an American taste here i think, but i won’t thumbs down, iv not tried it (don’t think i will)

  • Its way better than just french toast, it has color and with out color theirs no flavor, Gordon Ramsay gives tips about how to be a better cooker and how to make your dishes taster, he gives me good advice even though i’m only 14 like the movie Ratatouille the chef says……… ANYONE CAN COOK!, i’m looking forward to grow up a good cook when i’m at home I wanna start early so I can get better at it when I get older, so their for I want to cook great meals for my family as well as he does, compliments from his family doesn’t come easy you have to work for that……. wouldn’t you agree?

    If you want to BECOME A GREAT CHEF, you have to WORK WITH GREAT CHEF”S Gordon Ramsay

  • This is soooo delicious! And it was so much fun to make with my daughter. We didn’t have strawberries so we used knott’s berry farm boysenberry jam and WoW!������������

  • I dont like how you have ads that are apart of the video half way through, just cheap I pay good money for youtube premium so I dont see ads, and your channel is a shitty excuse for someone trying to cheat the system, you dont even try or talk into it, it doesnt involve you in anyway, you just clip it straight in to the video seriously disappointed.

  • I was in the middle of cooking this and realized I had no cinnamon powder so I put cinnamon sticks and took them out at the end����

  • AND the French toast fries?! Man, that’s creative! I like seeing outside the box recipes like these rather than just making a video about a well established dish like say, how to make beef stew.

  • I made those just now because I am was craving them while fasting:-) damn they are good♡ instead of just using red apple I used green apple as well ♡

  • Has anyone made these ahead and reheated them? If so, do they retain their taste and form? I usually make french toast casserole for brunch, yet these seem more people friendly.

  • I just made these without the egg dip and butter but it still tasted like heaven. You Americans really know what you’re doing. Your modern culture is just beautiful.

  • Omg people who cares how much dip or syrup was used jeesh..anyway..thank you for posting it…looks delicious and easy to make. Ty

  • Just tried them!wolfed them down in a sec.thanks Chef!made my day
    Keep up the good work can’t wait for your next video.be always happy and cheerful

  • Please don’t give Nutella to your children. Nutella contains synthetic vanillin which is a poisonous chemical that destroys brain cells.

  • Omg… that’s not the eggy bread I know… I showed this to my grandma and a friend of my mom. They both almost had a heart attack when they saw what you call “eggy bread”

  • we’re now in quarantine and i’m trying to learn how to cook.. i tried to cook this french toast and my family and I loved it!! ������

  • I freaked when I saw those big ass bottles of spices you guys can get. Seriously cool. We can only get the poxy small containers here in NZ. So jealous.

  • Just made it [email protected]&!ing Amazing! Best eggy bread I ever had, from hear on out this is how I make my French toast / Ramsey EGGY BREAD ��. https://youtu.be/Iq4HkU69R5Y

  • Every time I try to do one of your tutorials even the easy ones (like this ) my kitchen ends up looking like a crack house and I have to clean this mess for the next 40 minutes.
    But it worth it.

  • Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for putting the recipe in the description box!! Having all these ingredients on hand I can start right in. I will begin browsing through your other videos since you make so easy.
    These apple roll-ups looks so good! TFS!

  • Hi there I know this question doesn’t pertain to this video. I’m new to YouTube communication. I really would like to know where you bought the wooden spoon with a cute heart center? I’ve been trying to pause your videos to see the name that’s carved on the spoon, no luck. Please let me know when you can. I really like your videos. Thank you.

  • I feel like the #Brits would say anything to avoid giving the #French credit for anything ������ #FrenchToast #EggyBread #PainPerdu �� #SameSame

  • I am by no means a cook, but your video has inspired me with confidence to make this for my families desert after dinner today. It would also make a nice warming treat one (or two) evenings over Christmas along with a nice cup of hot chocolate.

  • WHO WOULD-A THOUGHT TO FRY A BURRITO IN A TON OF BUTTER AND CHIPS AND EGGS
    NOW I GOTTA TRY IT
    AND DO I USE CHIPS OR FROSTED FLAKES MAYBE BOTH
    TO SEE IF ITS YUMMY

  • The minute I saw this I was so excited I thought I was having a heart attack… then I made and ate them… and then I had a heart attack. (Jokes, people. Just jokes.)

  • This recipe was my first attempt making french toast and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I ended up cooking them on my cast iron which was superb. The only modification i made was only a pinch of sugar and it was just right.

  • I love this video, straight to the point, no annoying introduction, i need this kind of video specially to a mom like me who always on on a rush.

  • Just liked and subscribed! I love this twist on classic french toast. I’m also going to try your beef enchiladas recipe. Thank you for these tasty easy tips!

  • Real quick in between this cooking that commercial on Aging I grew old and died while waiting for her to tell me the answer!
    alright resume cooking.����
    I’m in heaven!����

  • I realized you dont have to cook them in egg. You can simply fry them in the butter, or even toast them. Some people are allergic to eggs.

  • Aww What a great mom you are! Those look delicious:) I’m going to have to make some of these for my little one im sure he will love them thanks for sharing!

  • Gonna do it!!! That look amazing. Very smart, stretching the dollar. Never would have thought of the fries. Yum yum. Thanks so much.

  • Man…I recently found out I have a mild wheat allergy (intolerance really), and even though I feel absolutely amazing off products with flour, these recipes are killing me. I want this so much. sigh But my panic attacks, depression, stomach issues, gerd are gone so can I really complain?

  • These look delicious!!! The French toast fries as You called them are at Burger King or were for many years. They call them French toast sticks. I used to buy them for my kids when My oldest was between 3-10. He lived them. He is now 38. He has bought them for his kids but I don’t know but think that they still make them. Your roll ups look delicious also. I happen to have those ingredients on hand too. LOL!!! I am going to have to try these also.

  • Roll them around a cooked sausage link; serve 3 sausage roll-ups and 2 strawberry roll-ups for a weekend dinner ( or however many of each you consider a serving). Love your recipes and the way you make me think of “other things to do” with ingredients I have. Big thank you!

  • I’d really Love Gordon Ramsay’s way of cooking… he is fantastically amazing.. I admired him just like waking up in the morning right beside him with a wink reminding a specialty he made. ����
    How I wish my husband could spend time on kitchen and do what Gordon Ramsay’s skills ����

  • I would have to leave off the egg part in the mixture. I can’t eat french toast because I gag was even trying to put a bite in my mouth of French toast. So if I wanted to try the desert I would have to leave the egg out of it. It looks fabulous though!

  • I made this a bit differently, I used vanilla almond milk into the batter and used apples instead of strawberries. I made it for my mom on mother’s day, and she loved it. I also made it for my dad today, he posted a picture on facebook and now his friend wants the recipe! I’m shocked you made a really good tutorial! It was easy to follow along and I’m surprised that I have all of the ingredients at home! I would definitely recommend for kids who like to cook. And have a small amount of experience.

  • I’m 15, just made these, they’re the first thing I’ve properly cooked up, and I have to say they are amazing, and the tutorial made it really easy to make, thanks ��

  • Cut those left overs into cubes, place into a casserole dish, pour your leftover dredge, add some more tabs of cream cheese, sprinkle in strawberries, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, give it a light stir and bake. Bam, strawberry cream cheese bread pudding.

  • For the diet or health food fanatics, dont get nasty….just change the fillings. Hes given an idea you have the opportunity to change it.
    This looks fantastic for a Sunday morning surprise for my grandchildren. Thanks heaps for sharing.

  • WaffleHouse does it better if I’m hungover AF.
    Call that bitch in and roll out ✌️
    You make that sandwich 3 am chef like a mother effer.

  • I didn’t have nutmeg but it still came out delicious! Although it was too much for just 2 people but that’s ok lol. Thank you for this recipe.

  • Wow! Looks delicious!! Excellent from start to finish. I can’t wait to try & I just Liked, Commented & Subcrribed. Thank YOU for staring.

  • I made these today just with the cream cheese spread because i didnt have strawberries and it was AMAZING!!! So delicious, thanks for sharing!

  • I tried this recipe with apricot jam instead of the strawberries and cheese and we cut out all the granulated sugar and did only cinnamon at the end with a drizzle of maple syrup. It was a nice option to replace all the extra ingredients with the apricot jam. But it does taste nice and will do it again. Thank you for the fresh idea.

  • I made this yesterday, this was not as easy and simple as I thought. But it taste soo good. I shared with a few friends and they all like it. Thanks

  • Helo i got inspired by your cooking so i made my channel too for cooking channel one of these days ill try your recipe
    Thank you so much for inspiring me
    God bless you

  • Thank you for this recipe!!! I was looking for an innovative quick and easy minimal ingredient dessert to make with my apples. Yours was the only one I like from all other yojtube videos p.s. the music was very nice with this video. Made me fall in love with it.

  • Finally!!!! an instructional video with no shaky camera, no one-hand-cooking-while-the-other-hand is holding camera! Also i love the fact that the camera is right above so you get a clear view of what you are mixing. I love french toast so i’m really gonna love this variation to the original. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  • They look really nice but eggs with strawberries, that’s wrong….I’m going to try this though but going to replace the strawberries with bacon or a sausage or maybe both….

  • Man I love the recipe you come up with I’ve saved almost all of your recipe great job I really gotta try this french toast roll-ups they look fabulous ����

  • Looks great. I cook for about 30 parishioners at my church, once a month. I figure 60 of these would work, with a side of german sausage & possibly cantelope. My question is; can I do this the day b/4, refrig & then warm up the next morning?

  • I just attempted these for my girls and they absolutely adored them! So simple and even had enough mix to try myself, yum! Thanks #onepotchef

  • No, no, no
    It is not french toast
    It has a lot of eggs compared to milk
    One would like to add about a 3/4 cup of milk to 3 eggs
    This thing is just so eggy
    Thanks now I’ll die in peace

  • One recipe is very easy: some flour some sugar and some milk powder mix with water make sure it turn into a creamy consistency and then make it flat on a pan then put Nutella in it easy peasy

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  • only complain is why put so much sugar on the batter! you don´t need that sugar you are gonna make it really sweet with the syrup