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    Here's The Perfect Breakfast For Anyone Who Loves Nutella

    For kids from one to ninety-two.

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    Start by cutting the crusts off of six slices of bread.

    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed
    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed

    *Smush* each piece of bread so that it's thin and dense.

    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed

    We used a rolling pin, but if you're the type who's more likely to have a wine bottle lying around, you can use that instead. You could also just *smush* the bread with the pan you'll fry the roll-ups. Or like, use your hands.

    Spread each piece with a tablespoon of Nutella and a chopped strawberry.

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    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed


    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed

    Combine two eggs, 1/4 cup whole milk, and two tablespoons sugar in a small or medium bowl.

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    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed
    Alvin Zhou / BuzzFeed

    Whisk everything together, and soak the rolls in the mixture.

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    Melt butter in a large, non-stick skillet, and add the French toast roll-ups.

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    Cook, turning the rolls occasionally, until they're browned on all sides and hot all the way through.

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    Strawberry Nutella French Toast Roll-Ups

    Makes 6 roll-ups

    Estimated active time: 15 minutes

    Estimated total time: 15 minutes

    6 slices white sandwich bread

    6 tablespoons Nutella

    6 strawberries, hulled and diced

    2 large eggs

    ¼ cup whole milk

    2 tablespoons granulated sugar

    3 tablespoons unsalted butter

    3 tablespoons powdered sugar

    Slice the crusts off the slices of bread, then use a rolling pin to roll each slice so that it's flat and dense. Spread a tablespoon of Nutella evenly over each slice, then lay one sliced in a row at the bottom of each slice. Roll up each bread slice into a cigar shape, starting at the edge closest to the strawberries.

    In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, and granulated sugar. Dip each roll-up in the mixture, letting any excess liquid drip back into the bowl, and set the dredged roll-ups on a plate.

    Melt the butter in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat, then place the bread roll-ups in the pan. Cook, turning the roll-ups occasionally, until all sides are golden brown, 6 to 8 minutes total. Serve with dusted powdered sugar!

    Recipe by Alvin Zhou

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