I love chocolate. I love cream cheese. When I first saw the new Philadelphia Chocolate, I stopped in my tracks, and the ideas started flowing. Of course my first thought was how this will make chocolate cheesecake making SO much easier, but then my mind started thinking of other chocolate Philly filled ideas. My youngest daughters loves the strawberry Philly on her bagels so the chocolate Philly would be considered a divine treat! She will not know that there is the same dairy goodness as original Philly. Then I thought about one of our favorite quick snack and breakfast ideas. Rolled french toast! So off I went to the kitchen.
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This will be my request for breakfast in bed.
Roll Up French Bread with Lots of Flavours
Sun-Maid Raisin Cinnamon Swirl Bread Slices
Sliced Fruit (optional)
Sugar and Cinnamon
First you will want to roll out the slices of Sun-Maid Raisin Cinnamon Swirl Bread and cut off the crusts.
Next you will spread cream cheese over the entire piece of bread. I had 3 kinds of cream cheese including regular, strawberry and chocolate flavoured. You can prepare them with just the cream cheese or add some fruit that is sliced thinly on the edge only. Another variation is to use some jam, I really liked it with strawberry jam. Great for those mornings that you do not have fresh fruit on hand.
|Yummy with strawberries rolled in too!|
Roll the bread up starting with the edge that has the fruit or jam on it.
Spread some of the melted butter on the rolled french bread. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. I just eyeballed this part because some family members like more cinnamon than others.
Bake at 400′ for 10 minutes. Enjoy!