Fancy Vegan French Toast

New Living’s Fancy Vegan French Toast

Fancy Vegan French Toast

As a child, I remember enjoying French toast as a treat. This French toast recipe delivers the same traditional texture and taste. The only difference, this recipe excludes eggs and dairy.

Did you know that French toast is not a French original? As a matter of fact, the beginnings of French toast have been linked to a recipe from 300 or 400 AD and food eaten by Ancient Romans.

Breakfast, Brunch or Dessert

Primarily a popular breakfast dish, you can enjoy fancy vegan french toast as a dessert. Add a sweet touch to your family brunch or prepare as a weekend traditional breakfast.

Healthy Recommendations


If you are preparing for a special occasion, try adding strawberries or blueberries. Also, substitute the white bread for Ezekiel bread or sprouted bread. Add nutrients and fiber into your diet. This recipe also calls for vegan butter—try Miyokos European style cultured vegan butter. Miyokos’ excludes palm oil and is made with organic coconut oil.

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Fancy Vegan French Toast
Taste French toast has a unique taste; not too sweet, but a balanced flavor. This recipe calls for all natural sweeteners, excluding refined sugars.
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. First combine milk substitution, cinnamon, agave and vanilla into a blender or glass bowl. You have more control of the balance of the batter if you stir by hand.
  2. Next, pour the mixture into a wide and flat dish. This will be your dipping dish.
  3. Cut the edges of the bread, this is optional—it looks pretty.
  4. Gently dip each bread slice into the prepared french toast batter. Carefully, coat both sides of each slice of bread. Don't overcoat—lightly dip.
  5. Heat your stovetop to a medium-hi temperature. In a large skillet, melt vegan butter and olive oil.
  6. The mixture of vegetable oil and butter will slow down the cooking process of the bread It's easy to overcook and undercook French toast. Cook each slice of bread until lightly golden brown on each side.
  7. Garnish with a touch of syrup, a dash of brown sugar and/or a delicious strawberry.
Recipe Notes

Additional Cooking Notes

Try using coconut oil for a soft taste and flavor.

When you are preparing French toast, it's best to use thick bread. The thicker the bread allows an easier cooking process. The batter combines better with thicker bread, not causing soggy French toast.

You can slice your bread into fours or leave each toast as a whole.

French toast burns fast when fried in butter alone.

 

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