Chicken Bread Roll/Chocolatey Fruit Roll Ups

By Amy Story Larson

Warm temps and sunshine call for breakfast on the patio or porch. The cute little roll ups on this page have become all the rage lately for all ages. As for the chicken cheese rolls, when my sister, Melissa Peterson, was a toddler, she needed one for each hand. Balance, you know.

Chicken Cheese Bread Rolls


4 slices white or wheat bread, crusts removed

One 12-oz. can cooked chicken

Hot sauce or salsa of choice

Shredded cheddar cheese to taste

2 Tbsp. mayonnaise

Bread crumbs

1 large egg

1/4 c. milk

Garlic powder to taste


> Remove crusts from bread slices, flatten slices with rolling pin.

> In a medium bowl, combine chicken, sauce of choice, shredded cheese, and mayonnaise.

> Spread mixture onto half the tops of each slice, then roll up bread and mixture into rolls.

> Dip rolls in one beaten egg, milk, and garlic powder, then coat with bread crumbs.

> Place in frying pan coated with butter or cooking spray, then cook until browned and crispy.

> Let cool for one to two minutes, enjoy.

*Adapted from @sayra_0786 , via TikTok

Chocolately Fruit Roll Ups


4 pieces white or wheat bread, crusts removed

Nutella™ hazelnut spread, to taste

Sliced strawberries to taste

Sliced bananas to taste

1 large egg

1/4 c. milk

1 Tbsp. sugar

Powdered sugar and/or cinnamon to taste

Whipped cream


> Remove crusts from bread slices. With roller, flatten bread.

> Spread Nutella on half of top side of each slice, then place sliced fruit on top of Nutella. Roll.

> Dip rolls into beaten egg and milk mixture, then place into frying pan with butter or cooking spray on medium heat.

> Cook until crispy and golden brown.

> Garnish with sifted powdered sugar, and/ or cinnamon, top with whipped cream and enjoy!

*Adapted from @hello.remi via TikTok

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About Amy Story

Amy Story is a food and adventure writer, artist, and art instructor. She makes her way through the state looking for good recipes and new friends, often found simultaneously.

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