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Fashion stylist Jules Sebastian shares simple recipe for strawberry cheesecake French toast scroll

Fashion stylist and TV presenter Jules Sebastian has shared her simple recipe for strawberry cheesecake French toast scrolls – and says it’s a winner for families.

The 40-year-old said she doesn’t like to ‘toot her own horn’, but this is a ‘wow dessert with not a lot of effort’.

‘Think about a strudel cross cheesecake – yum,’ Jules posted on Instagram

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Fashion stylist and TV presenter Jules Sebastian has shared her simple recipe for strawberry cheesecake French toast scrolls - and she said it's a winner for families (pictured)

Fashion stylist and TV presenter Jules Sebastian has shared her simple recipe for strawberry cheesecake French toast scrolls – and she said it’s a winner for families (pictured)

The 40-year-old said she doesn't like to 'toot her own horn', but this is a 'wow dessert with not a lot of effort' (Jules pictured with her kids)

The 40-year-old said she doesn’t like to ‘toot her own horn’, but this is a ‘wow dessert with not a lot of effort’ (Jules pictured with her kids)

So how do you make her delicious dish? 

First up, Jules explained that you’ll need to get your hands on a few pantry staples including eggs, icing sugar, brioche bread, strawberries, vanilla essence, cream cheese, milk and cinnamon.

‘The great thing about this dish is it looks really impressive,’ Jules said.

She added that it may not be healthy, but it is delicious.

Jules (pictured) explained that you'll need to get your hands on a few pantry staples including eggs, icing sugar, brioche bread, strawberries, vanilla essence and cream cheese

Jules (pictured) explained that you’ll need to get your hands on a few pantry staples including eggs, icing sugar, brioche bread, strawberries, vanilla essence and cream cheese

Thousands who saw Jules's recipe post were impressed with the dessert (pictured), saying they couldn't wait to try to make it for themselves at home

Thousands who saw Jules's recipe post were impressed with the dessert (pictured), saying they couldn't wait to try to make it for themselves at home

Thousands who saw Jules’s recipe post were impressed with the dessert (pictured), saying they couldn’t wait to try to make it for themselves at home

Thousands who saw Jules’s recipe post were impressed with the dessert, saying they couldn’t wait to try to make it for themselves at home. 

‘This looks AMAZING! This will go down well with cocktail Friday,’ one woman posted.

‘This looks so good, I’m drooling,’ another added. 

How to make Jules Sebastian’s strawberry cheesecake French toast scroll 

INGREDIENTS

10 slices of brioche from a loaf

Five eggs

Jules shared the recipe for the scroll on her Instagram page (pictured)

Jules shared the recipe for the scroll on her Instagram page (pictured)

Glad wrap

450g of cream cheese

Two cups of icing sugar

Vanilla essence

Two punnets of strawberries

Third of a cup of milk

Cinnamon

METHOD

1. Lay down some glad wrap on the side board in your kitchen and assemble the 10 brioche bread slices next to one another on top of it, ripping two in half so everything fits perfect next to each other.

2. Whisk two of your eggs together and then using a brush, gently paint the slices of brioche bread.

3. Stick the edges of the bread together, so that you end up with one giant slice of brioche bread. Squish it down so that it becomes flat.

4. Stir together the cream cheese, the icing sugar and the vanilla essence and spread it all over your brioche bread. Make sure the cream cheese is at room temperature so that you can spread it more easily.

5. Sprinkle the strawberries over the top of it.

6. Lifting the glad wrap from the bottom, slowly roll the brioche into the wrap so that it is one long log.

7. Once it is wrapped into the glad wrap, freeze it for one hour. Freezing the dessert means it will hold its shape when it goes into the oven.

8. In the meantime, mix three eggs, a third of a cup of milk and some cinnamon mixed around with a little more vanilla essence.

9. Then, just paint the top of the roll and pop it in the oven for 12 minutes at 220C.

10. When it comes out of the oven, sprinkle some icing sugar and serve it in slices. You can also add a drizzle of maple syrup and cream to the dessert.

Source: Jules Sebastian 

This isn't the first time Jules (pictured) has wowed online with one of her simple family-friendly recipes, and previously she shared one for burger platters

This isn’t the first time Jules (pictured) has wowed online with one of her simple family-friendly recipes, and previously she shared one for burger platters

Jules said she often hides vegetables in things like spaghetti bolognese to make sure her children (pictured) get their veggies

Jules said she often hides vegetables in things like spaghetti bolognese to make sure her children (pictured) get their veggies

This isn’t the first time Jules has wowed online with one of her simple family-friendly recipes.

What are Jules Sebastian’s top parenting tricks? 

* Hide vegetables in their meals and whizz them together so they’re getting their veggies without even knowing it.

* Make smoothies and include as many fruits and vegetables as possible.

* Make healthy eating fun by getting the kids involved with the cooking.

* Keep feeding your children foods as persistence is key and they will eventually grow to like something.

In the past, her burger platter was a big hit online, and she said she loves ‘plattering’ because it’s the perfect solution for fussy eaters.

‘This looks far more impressive than the skills required,’ Jules posted previously. 

’10/10 would do it again.’ 

Jules also shared her tips and tricks to help her two children to eat healthier.

‘I’m a big fan of hiding vegetables,’ she told FEMAIL.

‘Even on Monday night, I whizzed together all of this carrot, broccoli and onion and hid it in a spaghetti bolognese.

‘They all hoovered it up without even realising there might be something they didn’t like.’

Jules also said she makes sure to give the two boys smoothies – which they love – but instead of just putting fruit in them, she also packs them full of veggies and milk, too.

‘I’ll throw an avocado in there and try to make the process of eating healthily as fun as possible,’ she said.

She will involve the boys in the kitchen and keep feeding them something they think they don’t like until they start eating it.

‘Keep putting something they like on a plate and eventually they will eat it,’ she said.

She added that being healthy is about more than a good diet and making sure the boys run around outside.

‘Yes, I like to make sure they have all the major food groups ticked off in their lunchboxes, but I think good health is also about limited screen time, happiness and good sleep.’