French toast vegan. This vegan french toast recipe uses a tofu mixture to replicate an egg mixture often used to dip your bread in before frying. This recipe tastes just like traditional french toast without the use of eggs or dairy products. Author: The Edgy Veg Regular French toast is made with eggs so it is not vegan friendly.
Sounds strange but it really works! For this traditional spin on vegan French toast I went with simple old non-dairy milk: a mix of coconut milk and almond (or soy or whatever non-dairy milk you normally drink). The coconut milk supplies a bit of richness, liked you'd find in French toast recipes that call for heavy creamy. You can cook French toast vegan using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of French toast vegan
- It’s 1 cup of soy milk.
- You need 1 tbsp of chia seeds.
- Prepare 1 tsp of vanilla extract.
- You need 2 tsp of ground cinnamon.
- It’s 6 slice of bread.
Just whisk up the wet ingredients in a bowl, slice up some bread into thick sturdy slices, dip it in the wet mix (both sides) and then fry it in a hot frying pan with a little coconut oil. The simplest form of bread is only four ingredients, namely flour, salt, yeast, and water. However, some types add more animal-based ingredients to alter the texture and flavor. Hence, vegans have to be careful when choosing the bread to make vegan French toast.
French toast vegan step by step
- Grind chia seeds.
- Add all dry ingredients and mix.
- Add liquid ingredients.
- Let sit while pan heats over medium heat.
- Dip bread in mix on both sides.
- Cook for 3-4 min per side.
This vegan french toast recipe really speaks to the America-phile in me. The best french toast I ever had was from a place called Gracies Diner in up-state new york. We had fried green tomatoes, scrambled eggs and a side of french toast. You can find my take on scrambled eggs and now, EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU, here's my take on french toast! A list of potential toppings for this vegan french toast.