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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
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

This recipe is spectacular!  As an ovo-lacto transitioning to vegan I was astounded!  It was better than non-vegan french toast!  I followed the instructions, but i omitted the nutmeg and used only 1 tsp sugar, then added 1tsp ener-g egg replacer! The key is to cook them slowly, if you cook them on high, they will brown too quickly and stay soggy the middle.  So, cook on medium-low and be patient, it is worth the wait!  Perfect amount of crunch and amazing taste! I hope everyone enjoys them as much as i did! Will definately be making these again!!!

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This was great!!! I baked it in the oven @ 400° like doveling suggested. Turned out perfect. Before the center was still soggy. And it made way more than I needed, About 15 slices extra soaked.  ;D

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Good stuff!  I made a sandwich out of this.  I took two pieces of the french toast, made a sausage patty (Lightlife Gimme Lean) and used an "egg" patty from the Egg McVegan recipe that veganstraightedge posted in here (http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=5087.0).  Put a bit of maple syrup inside the sandwich, and you have one heck of a tasty breakfast.

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i made these this afternoon for lunch.  this was the first thing i made from this site after being addicted to reading the recipes but not having time to make any of them.  these were so good and easy.  i love the small number of ingredients.  i was just making them for one so i used 1 cup lite vanilla soymilk, 2 tbsp of flour and 1 tbsp ground flaxseeds.  i omitted the sugar and cinnamon cus i used thick slices of cinnamon raisin bread.  they were great & no rubberiness from using real eggs. 

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Very good! Tasted just like I remember it tasting! My dad and I loved it! Very easy recipe!  :D

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I used vanilla almond milk instead and it never really formed a "batter" just cinnamon almond milk that was very tempting to drink!  Turned out pretty good though... ok so I ate french toast almost the entire day -- well until I ran out of a complete loaf of bread!  ;)

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really good made with banana bread.

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lol I've still got the same batch sitting in the fridge. I'm not ill, and it still tastes good so I don't see what the problem is :-\

Betcha couldn't do that with eggs..

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Yay I just tried this tonight as a 'test' for tomorrow morning, at first I was like whoah why is there so much milk because I've never made french toast before, and I'm just stupid. ANYWAY, it turned out really good and I ended up making another one. I could've kept making them as well but you have to stop somewhere. I used gram flour as baypuppy did and date syrup for sweetener. The good thing I noticed was that it doesn't mater if you burn them because they don't taste like it :P
Was kinda scared they'd all fall apart like happened to other people I have to admit, but it's gotta be to do with the bread you use, as it nearly happened to me on the second piece - which was slightly less sturdy and thinner than the first (i need a bread slicer...). We'll see how it's kept overnight tomorrow morning. Thanks for the greatness :)

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;D Yum, this is really good!

Since this makes alot for me and my BF, I keep the left overs in a jar in the fridge, so it is good for a couple days. My BF loved it, said that it was better then eggy french toast.

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