Tuesday, 14 April 2015


I know most of us are on a diet with the distant calls of summer willing us into getting that gorgeous beach body, but we’re all allowed a little treat now and then and this is DEFINITELY my go to, quick, easy and very scrumptious recipe for the perfect diet- breaker!

I’m not a big dessert maker… I love a good chocolate fudge cake after some pub grub but I can never be bothered making my own yummy treats at home because it’s just too much of a faff and to be honest. I just can’t be bothered most of the time BUT try these little beauties and you will never make a soggy sponge ever again you’ll be the master of all things yummy (well not all things- just this!)
What makes it even better is they’re made with things you can always find around the house like: oil, egg, bread, Nutella/ jam or anything else spreadable and sweet and sugar- and that’s it! Sounds good right?!

Sooo….Here goes

STEP 1: Heat some oil in a frying pan (You don’t need a lot just enough to cover the pan.

STEP 2: Get 1 slice of bread (white works best!)  and cut the crusts off making a nice little square.

STEP 3: Roll the bread out with a rolling pin so that its nice and flat and all the fluffiness is out of it.

STEP 4: Spread the bread with Nutella/ jam etc. 

STEP 5: Roll it up so you have a little roly-poly.  

STEP 6: Dip it in some whisked egg covering all sides. (make sure you let most of the excess drip off before the next step)

STEP 7: Place it in the hot oil and keep turning until all sides are golden brown

STEP 8: Take out of the pan and roll it straight in some caster sugar making sure it’s all covered. 


 These are great for a dinner party or any party for that matter when you don’t want to be slaving away in the kitchen but want to give your guests a little treat. They’re gorgeous and sweet but they’re not too big! 

Try experimenting with fruit or custard- see what else you can put in that will be yummy. Maybe a peanut butter and jam one?! Mmm…

Enjoy!- and remember not too many…that bikini body still needs working on ;)


  1. really nice at christmas using mincemeat instead of jam.......yummy

  2. Mmmm this look so delicious!
    Alex // www.prettythoughtsx.blogspot.co.uk

  3. That is so creative, I'm going to try it out when I get back to university next fall!



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