Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 18 mins

This is so delicious that most people I have made it for prefer this to the egg variety.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. combine soymilk, cinnamon, vanilla, peanut butter and flour in a medium sized bowl, whisking till smooth.
  2. heat oil in a pan (low-medium).
  3. dredge bread in mixture and cook till brown on each side (about 2 minutes for the first side, 1 for the second).
  4. serve with maple syrup and enjoy.


Most Helpful

This was a real treat. We don't eat French Toast often, except when we are out in the RV, we always have at least one big breakfast, and this was perfect for cooking on my griddle! I used Simply Jif low-sugar pb and it worked great. I also used some cinnamon swirl bread from a little bakery in the town we were in, sliced thick. I didn't mind the lumps of pb but I think if you wanted to put all the ingredients (except bread) in the blender first, it would solve that problem. Great served with some local Black Locust honey I bought in town! Made for Spring 2008 PAC Orphanage.

Outta Here May 26, 2008

These were perfect for what I needed - to use a loaf of French bread before it had to be thrown out, but no eggs. These tasted surprisingly like real French Toast, just a nice pb flavor to it. DH and I prefer regular over these, but the kids didn't seem to care. I did have a hard time making the batter though, the pb all clumped up at the bottom, even after using a mixer. So my last pieces of toast just have pb that I dished on top with spoon as that's ALL that was left. Next time I'll probably melt the pb a little first. Overall though, wonderful! Thanks for a great no-egg recipe!

JESMom September 20, 2007

My five year old and one year old liked it too. Will make again.

Alecia Pearl February 20, 2013

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