Street Teamer Recipe of the Week: French Toast!

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Posted January 12, 2011 by Ray Harkins

Mmmm, I love breakfast foods! In fact, right now I’m snackin’ on leftover tofu scramble, fried potatoes, and vegan sausage from last night’s brinner (yep, I said it!). This week’s Street Teamer Recipe of the Week blog is from Danielle, who regularly dishes on delish vegan food on her blog. Take it away, Danielle!

Stay loud!
-Rachel



Vegan french toast, you ask? Impossible! How on EARTH can you make French toast without eggs? Well, actually, it’s pretty easy. All you need are a few ingredients from your pantry and BAM (Emeril Lagasse) you have vegan French toast. Give it a shot! They’re delicious and can appease any meat eater. In fact, they’ll be so busy shkoffing these babies down that they won’t even question whether or not there are eggs in them!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 4 slices of bread (stale or fresh – it doesn’t matter much)
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 1 to 2 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 Tbsp chickpea flour
  • Vegan margarine to taste (optional!)

Preheat and spray a nonstick skillet. Keep it on medium heat. In a shallow bowl, mix your wet and dry ingredients together. Dip each slice of bread in the mixture, pan-fry  in your well-sprayed pan until each side is nice and brown (about 5-8 minutes, but check!). Serve warm with syrup and berries!

-Danielle

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  • 1387 days ago

    For anyone who is interested, I changed my blog URL : http://healthykitschyvegan.wordpress.com/

    Thanks! Hope the recipe worked out for everyone!

  • 1565 days ago

    Just made some, they’re good! ^_^

  • 1574 days ago

    Hey guys! Yep, any non-dairy milk will work in this recipe (I just use almond, myself). As for the chickpea flour, I think it gives it a bit of an eggy taste. I haven’t tried it with other flours yet – give it a try with another type of flour and see how it works out!

  • 1575 days ago

    Chelle, you can most likely use soy milk, I’m not sure about the chickpea flour, though.

  • 1575 days ago

    Yummy. Sounds positively delicious!!! :) I’m a huge fan of french toast and veganism.

  • 1575 days ago

    I was wondering the same thing as Chelle, will any vegan dairy substitute work?

  • 1575 days ago

    sweet recipe!
    but i’m allergic to almonds (and pretty much all other nuts) and chickpeas so is there anything else I could use as a substitute?

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