Snickerdoodle Cream Roll Ups

Snickerdoodle Cream Roll Ups

These may be my kids new favorite breakfast.  Unluckily for them, I don’t make sugary breakfasts more than once a week and I hate to repeat myself more than once a month.  So, they will be lucky to have them once a month, but more likely to have them three times a year.  Life is really tough for my kids.

Thanks to the Tastemakers program at Foodbuzz, I was given a loaf of Wonder Bread Smart White (5 g of fiber per serving!).  This recipe was a perfect way to sneak a ton of fiber into my kids’ breakfast.  They never balk if good for them food is hidden under a layer of sugar.  I guess the sugar negates the health food, but I have to take what I can get!Snickerdoodle Cream Roll Ups

Mock Cheese Blintzes
  • 1 loaf squishy bread (homemade really won't work) (which is another reason these are treats)
  • 1 8 ounce brick cream cheese
  • ½ cup powdered sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • ½ cup butter, melted in a bowl
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 Tbsp cinnamon
  1. Make a few piles of bread and carefully trim off the crust.
  2. Lay the slices out and roll them flat with a rolling pin.
  3. Beat together the cream cheese, powdered sugar, egg and vanilla.
  4. Spread 1 Tbsp of the cream cheese mixture on each slice and roll them up.
  5. Put the melted butter bowl next to another bowl in which you have combined the cinnamon and sugar.
  6. Dip the rolled breads into the butter and then roll them in the sugar.
  7. Place in a 9X13 pan.
  8. When you have filled the pan, bake for 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees until edges begin to brown.

Snickerdoodle Cream Roll Ups



14 thoughts on “Snickerdoodle Cream Roll Ups

  1. >What a great treat! I'm saving your recipe for my grandson's summer visit. He could actually make these himself and he loves to do things like this. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings… Mary

  2. >Kristen, Allie is already planning these for her next sleepover! You're killing me! LOL
    xoxo Pattie

  3. >Wow – we don't eat "squishy" bread either, but I might be tempted to buy some so we can try these! They sound delicious!

  4. >This is easy and really nice! Making them next time for my god kids 🙂 Probably would add some nutella somehow to please them even more!

  5. >Oh yum, my friend posted this a few weeks back and I wanted to do it then now I must do them. I agree we don't do a lot of sugary breakfast here either.

  6. >I've never tried these but they look great! I like the tip about the high fiber Wonder Bread. I will be looking for that now.

  7. >These look fantastic… something that I would love to eat… but pretend I am making them for my daughter. Ha! Thanks for sharing.

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