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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
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

This recipe is awesome!!! I'm all for little ingredients. I did add a tsp of almond extract. My friend couldn't believe I used no eggs....YAY!!!

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I simplified the recipe even more by not bothering with the sugar and I only had plain soy milk. It was the recommendation in the comments that solved my vegan french toast problem - DO NOT LET THE BREAD SOAK in the mixture! Also give it time to cook and firm up - it's not as fast as nonvegan french toast. I like to top my french toast with chopped walnuts, sliced bananas, and pumpkin butter. MMmmmm.....

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This is a great breakfast recipe. It's being served as the main dish on this Easter 2009 Day. Thanks for sharing. For that, I am grateful. Moe:)

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There is a kosher shop near me in Los Angeles that sells "water" Challah loaves. For the non-Jews out there : ), this means an egg-free brioche bread (braided) - they use brioche/challah in restaurants a lot for French Toast. I cut this into thick slices and it made an absolutely perfect French Toast. The texture and substance of it was truly wonderful, just like the real thing! I also finished them off in the oven - that seems like the best way to go.

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I made this for breakfast this morning and loved it... wasnt sure i was going to but was definitely surprised at how much it tasted like regular french toast.

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Very good! I used french bread and sliced it pretty thick. I used a little less flour then it called for. I also used whole wheat flour. I used half the sugar but I think next time I'll do the whole amount. On top I had cream cheese and blueberries. Oh yea I also had a little nutmeg in the mixture. I never really liked french toast before because they tasted eggy. And I hate the taste of eggs. But these were very yummy so if your not a french toast lover don't let that discourage you from making them.

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this was a awesome recipe.. turned out great. my only prob was i didnt realize how long is was gonna take to cook and i was in a lil rush so mine was  a bit on the soggy side.. other then that it was wonderful and i cant wait to give it another try when i got moew time  ;)b

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I was only making this recipe for myself, so I cut it down to 1/4.  It's a good thing too, since if I hadn't done that, I would have devoured everything.  I'm not a french toast lover, but this was really good.  Will def make again, and maybe add a little more vanilla flavoring, since I only used plain soymilk.

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cooked this or my boyfriend's birthday breakfast and he loooooved it! thanks!

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I totally agree! This was YUM-MEE! I think the key is to just dip the bread into the mix for a couple seconds, dont drench it. Using dense bread, not wonderbread or whatever, will totally help too! Then fry on med to med-low for a loonngg time. It gets a nice crunchy outside without leaving the inside soggy! I used some splenda brown sugar in place of regular and added some ground flax seed for fun. I also like to use pumpkin pie spice since that has cinnamon, nutmeg, etc in it. Great recipe! 

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