Super fun to make, impressive and crowd pleasing, these biscoff roll french toasts are a creative breakfast treat for any day of the week! I love to play around when it comes to first meal of the day. Usually, I have something savoury to go with my coffee but other days, when I am craving something sweet right from the moment I am out of bed, these biscoff roll french toasts are just the perfect thing! There are so many ways you can make these your go to sweet breakfast with the filling of your choice. Let’s get straight to the recipe.
INGREDIENTS USED IN BISCOFF ROLL FRENCH TOASTS
I made these biscoff roll french toasts with a regular store-bought white bread. But feel free to use brown bread or brioche or a homemade loaf, anything that’s available with you.
For the filling, I used Lotus Biscoff spread. If you don’t have it, you can use any spread of your choice. Nutella, cinnamon butter, jams and marmalades are some good options for these biscoff roll french toasts.
I have used regular salted butter to toast these biscoff roll french toasts. You can use unsalted butter too if that’s what you have in hand. Please don’t use oil in place of butter to toast these biscoff roll french toast.
To replace eggs and bring that creaminess in the french toast batter, I have used fresh cream for these biscoff roll french toasts. If you do not have fresh cream in hand, you can also use the same quantity of malai your mom saves. Lifehack, isn’t that?
To get that beautiful eggy colour in the french toast batter and give it that binding element, custard powder is just the right thing for these biscoff roll french toasts.
To give the batter a smooth flow and added creaminess, milk is your best bet. Make sure you use room temperature milk so that its easier for the breads to absorb it for these biscoff roll french toasts.
HOW TO MAKE BISCOFF ROLL FRENCH TOASTS
Start with making the french toast batter to dip the biscoff rolls. In milk, add fresh cream and custard powder. Give it a very good mix. If you have vanilla in hand, you can add that too. Once its nicely combined, keep it aside and lets work on the biscoff rolls. Start by cutting the edges of each slice of bread and roll it using a rolling pin. Spread a tablespoon of spread on each slice and then tightly roll back. Do this for all the slices. Once rolled, dip in french toast batter, until it coats the bread nicely. On a hot pan add butter for toasting. Toast each roll ups on all sides until golden brown. Your biscoff roll french toasts are ready! So easy-peasy and delicious.
And if you try this recipe and like it, do try other breakfast recipes from the blog. I am sure you are going to love them too!
EQUIPMENTS USED TO MAKE BISCOFF ROLL FRENCH TOASTS
The kind of equipment you use when you’re baking makes a huge difference to the end result! I would recommend you to use good quality mixing bowls and other equipment so that your eggless dry fruit cake comes out delicious.
I have used Borosil Induction for toasting my bread. It makes cooking hassle free and quick.
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- ¼ cup fresh cream
- 1 tbsp custard powder
- ½ cup milk
- 6 bread slices
- ⅓ cup lotus biscoff
- 1 tbsp butter
- Start by making the french toast batter. In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix milk, fresh cream and custard powder.
- Give it a good mix until everything is nicely combined.
- Keep it aside.
- Cut the edges of all of your bread slices.
- Roll the cut slices using a rolling pin to flatten them.
- Spread the filling on each of them and roll back tightly.
- Dip them in the batter until they coat nicely.
- On a hot pan, add butter and toast all the rolls.
- Serve with some more melted biscoff butter on top.
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