Cinnamon Roll French Toast Preschoolers Can Cook

Last week we did a series on playing with our food, we made kale smoothies, played dress-up with collard greens, in the past we have painted our pancakes, and have made spider bananas. But, the thing my daughter loves to make the most is Cinnamon Roll French Toast.

This is such an easy breakfast idea. Yummy, and a hit with the kids!

cinnamon roll french toast
To have your kids make Cinnamon Roll French Toast you will need:

  • Canned cinnamon rolls
  • Eggs
  • Milk

cinnamon roll french toast recipe

How To Make Cinnamon Roll French Toast:

  • The kids  smashed the rolls till they were nice and flat, then we put the pan into the oven to cook them until they were just done – probably about ten minutes or so.
  • They broke and beat the eggs (their favorite part).
  • After getting the flattened rolls out of the oven they soaked them in the egg and dropped them onto the frying pan.
  • Cook them until they’re nice and done (about 4-5 minutes). Just like you would regular French Toast.

Yummy, and my daughter loves knowing that she “made it”.

cinnamon roll french toast

This post was originally inspired by college student, Meaghan from Clutsy Cooking, who made these in her dorm room.


  1. yum, I can almost taste those 🙂 What great kitchen helpers you have. I need to do more cooking. My son loves when I just let him stir something for me.

  2. Oooooh these look too good! I love cinnamon rolls. Delicious! And I am telling you WILL be making these!!

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