Sunday, November 29, 2009


This recipe has been passed through my husband's family for generations. Mark has memories of his grandma making these for him, as well as his mother. I have also heard stories of him playing around in the kitchen as a child trying to make rollups with his brother. Mark's brother gave me some family recipes, handwritten on recipe cards, as a Christmas gift shortly after we were married. It was so thoughtful of him, and I am so thankful he did it because rollups have since become a special breakfast for us. Rollups are one of our favorite breakfasts, not only because of the memories but also because they are delicious and use common ingredients. The batter can also be frozen and reused later, making a quick, fun and delicious breakfast.


2 eggs
2 1/2 cups milk
2 cups flour
1/2 tsp salt

  • Beat all ingredients together.
  • Put about 1 tsp of oil in large pan over medium heat before making each rollup.
  • Put a small amount of batter in pan and roll batter around pan until it spreads to edges.
  • Turn after a minute or two. It should look like this:

  • Next, place rollup on plate and spread with butter, then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Roll it up and enjoy!

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