Vegan French Toast
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- 1 cup soymilk
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1⁄2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1⁄4 cup peanut butter
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 6 slices bread
- 1⁄2 teaspoon oil (for cooking)
- combine soymilk, cinnamon, vanilla, peanut butter and flour in a medium sized bowl, whisking till smooth.
- heat oil in a pan (low-medium).
- dredge bread in mixture and cook till brown on each side (about 2 minutes for the first side, 1 for the second).
- serve with maple syrup and enjoy.
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I intended on using a loaf of french bread before it went bad as well. It looked fine last night, but this morning, it was cultivating lovely green mold (oops!), so I used regular white bread that was about a week old. I scaled this down to feed 1 (2 slices). This was very good imo. Out of habit, I almost grabbed my Eggbeaters, lol! I used Jif Creamy and Edensoy Light Soy Milk. Unfortunately my bread got extremely soggy so that as it was frying, I had trouble flipping the slices without tearing or squishing the bread. I did flip the bread in the batter three times in order to get enough flavor. Btw, my batter was lumpy at first too with the pb lumps, but after a few minutes of whisking, I got most of the lumps out. Next time I'll coat just one time on each side. The flavor of this was wonderful. The ratios were perfect. I loved how the edges of the bread got crunchy. I might also try toasting the bread first. This was a nice recipe and glad I tried it. I will keep this to make again. My first impression was that I liked this vegan french toast better than regular. Next time I'll also try french bread, since it'll be firmer than the soft white I had to use. Thanks for sharing VegBear! Made for my orphan in the SPRING PAC 2008 Orphanage. ETA: I used regular pancake/waffle syrup on these and a bit of Smart Balance with Flaxseed Oil Spread. I think Mikekey's use of thick-sliced cinnamon swirl bread and honey are excellent ideas! :)
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