You are here

Member since April 2003
0
4.55696

Vegan French Toast

What you need: 

2 cups vanilla nondairy milk (I use soy)
4 to 5 tablespoons flour
3 teaspoons vegan sugar
dash cinnamon
4 bread slices
nonstick spray
powdered sugar, to taste

What you do: 

1. In a bowl, mix together nondairy milk, flour, sugar, and cinnamon to form a batter.
2. Dip bread in batter and fry in lightly greased pan until golden brown.
3. Serve sprinkled with vegan powdered sugar.

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes, Cooking time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
10 minutes
Servings: 
4
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

i'll be damned if that photo doesn't make me want to try this recipe!

0 likes

My husband and I had French toast as a part of our breakfast this morning. I made it using the bread that I made from the Outrageously Easy Big Bread recipe. It was very wholesome and delicious!

0 likes

I love this recipe. It is so easy and yummy! I made it for my guy today and served it with some Smart Links...He loved it (he is omni)...I also served it for another omni, my mom who loved it too.

0 likes

Yummy!  My bread stuck to the pan too.  It was sliced thinly, but it was homemade wheat bread with some strength, so it didn't tear apart.  I would say you definitely need to use bread with some integrity.  Great recipe and very easy.  Thanks!

0 likes

Well, I don't actually know if this recipe is any good or not.  When I made this, my two kids finished the entire batch off before I had a chance to try it!  The kids are 3 and 5, and they aren't particularly adventurous about foods.  In fact, they even wanted me to make more.  I will say that the french toast looked and smelled delicious.  Hopefully, next time I will get to try it, too.

Just finished making this again so I can pack it in my kid's lunch tomorrow.  This time I snuck a little nibble before my little beggars realized they were done and... SO GOOD!  Maybe next time I'll try plain soy milk and a touch of almod extract, just to mix it up.  Also, I cook these on an electric stove, and keep the heat right around 3.5.  They take forever, but they are cooked just right. 

0 likes

Uhblondie, the bread NEEDS to be thickly sliced and durable and the pan must be lubricated and nonstick. Super lubricated without a non stick pan. I totally understand your french toast woes because they were mine for years before I invested in durable bread and got over my fear of a little bit of oil in the pan :-). Keep trying!

Yes bueno, these were super good :-). Pretty fool proof too because I didn't measure a d**n thing. I added about an eyeballed teaspoon of fresh lemon zest and and eyeballed teaspoon of finely chopped almonds. I used brown sugar, day old ciabatta and no cinnamon.

0 likes

Well, I don't actually know if this recipe is any good or not.  When I made this, my two kids finished the entire batch off before I had a chance to try it!  The kids are 3 and 5, and they aren't particularly adventurous about foods.  In fact, they even wanted me to make more.  I will say that the french toast looked and smelled delicious.  Hopefully, next time I will get to try it, too.

0 likes

i love me some good vegan french toast! i used chickpea flour instead of regular.

0 likes

oh no, uhblondie, what a mess!  I would guess the bread sopped up too much of the soymilk mixture.  I make this a lot and I just dip the bread in quick for a second or three on each side, and I don't let it soak too long or it gets soggy like you describe and makes a big mess.  adding more flour to thicken the soymilk might help, as well as using thicker bread, preferably day-old French bread or something pretty sturdy.  (don't know what you used, but this is just a guess.)  good job with the cooking spray, be liberal with it.

0 likes

Well, I don't know what I did wrong, but mine was a complete disaster. I followed the recipe exactly, but the french toast STUCK to the griddle while cooking, even though I sprayed it with cooking spray! When I'd try to flip them over, the pieces would just tear apart and created an AWFUL mess for me to clean off of my griddle (thank goodness it DID come off). I had to throw the whole batch away. I did taste the one piece I managed to partially salvage, and it was mushy and bland. Sorry, unless someone knows what went wrong, I will not be making this again.

0 likes

Pages

Log in or register to post comments