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French Toast Sticks

What you need: 

1/2 cup nondairy milk
1/2 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract (almond works best)
2 tablespoons oil
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon flour
2 tablespoons cornstarch
3 teaspoons sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
4 slices bread, each cut in 4 sticks
oil, as needed
syrup, to serve, optional
powdered sugar, to serve, optional

What you do: 

1. Mix first 9 ingredients in bowl (through nutmeg). Dip sticks individually into mixture.
3. Over medium/low heat, on a well greased pan, lay sticks flat down. After 2 to 4 minutes turn sticks, they should be a light brown.
3. Sticks should turn easily when done. Fry for another 1 to 2 minutes before removing.
4. Sprinkle some powdered sugar and dip into syrup, if desired.

Preparation Time: 
10-20 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

I tried this recipe. Very yummy! The bread wasnt too soggy either!

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So good! I am blown away. A little soggy because I gues my bread slices were really small, but this was still ridiculously yummy.

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These "french toast" sticks are delicious.  They aren't exactly like french toast but they're pretty close and better in my opinion anyway.  They're more like cinnamon sticks.  I followed the recipe exactly and they came out perfectly.  I cooked them at a medium-high temperature to make them crispier. I'll definitely make these again.  ;D

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This is a good recipe.  I topped my French toast with toasted pecans and maple syrup.  In the future, I might try adding a bit of orange zest and then topping the finished product with a mixed berry compote.  ;)b

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I just made this and it was Wonderful!!  I am newly vegan and it tasted very similar to the real deal..very crunchy and yummy :)

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I just made these and I gave them just two stars because they were complicated in ingredients and cooking verses the french toast I grew up making (sad version). They "batter" was not thick or sweet enough to constitute a french toast batter and I went through a bit of trial and error getting them to cook through and be crunchy. Eventually med-high heat (a 5 on my oven) for a few minutes was the right setting but was a higher temp than I think french toast should require and made a more burnt-crunchy toast than just crunchy. The flavor was pretty bland but with powdered sugar and maple syrup was decent enough.

BTW the only modification I made to the recipe was I only used one tablespoon of oil (safflower). Other than that I used whole wheat flour, vanilla extract, and almond milk.

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This is awesome! I didn't add any flour or cornstarch (don't have any) so instead I mixed everything together in a skillet and added arrowroot to thicken it. I added maple syrup instead of sugar, and omitted the nutmeg (couldn't find the jar haha). I used some stale flax bread and browned in a skillet then put them in the oven at 375* for 7 minutes and it came out a little crispy on the outside with no sog or mush at all. I had them with maple syrup but they didn't need it- yummy!

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Yummy! My bf said they taste just like the French Toast I used to make, pre-veggie. I followed the directions of other comments and omitted the nutmeg and added some Ener-G. Also for the flour I used chikpea and it was great!

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Wonderful!  My kids loved it, too!  I served this tonight for breakfast dinner!  I used french bread, and I did not slice it into sticks.  This was our family's first vegan french toast!

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