The best vegan French toast ever!
Easy eggless, dairy free, crispy and delicious french toast. Great for vegans or people with egg allergies. Easy to make vegan french toast recipe with easy to find ingredients.
There’s nothing like delicious french toast on the weekends. But what about people who don’t eat, or are allergic to eggs? This eggless french toast recipe has you covered.
How to make eggless french toast
First we’re going to make a batter using plant based milk, since this is also a vegan recipe. Then we add in all the usual ingredients: cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup.
To thicken the batter, we’re going to use ground flax seeds.
Ground flax seeds make an amazing egg replacement in baked goods. Plus they fill this recipe up with the good Omega 3 fats.
When you mix ground flax seeds with a liquid, they turn gelatinous and help to great binding, like eggs would
We’re also adding corn starch. This also helps to thicken the milk. Plus, it helps create a crispy outer layer to the french toast.
Make sure to use a thickly sliced bread for french toast. My favorite breads to use are a nice crusty french bread, ciabatta or Texas toast.
If your french toast is soggy, it just means that you soaked it for too long. I recommend no more than 5-10 seconds, unless your bread is denser, then you can soak it for a little longer.
What’s the best vegan milk to use for french toast?
I recommend using a plant based milk that is thicker, or contains a little more fat. I love using either almond, soy, or extra creamy oat milk. You can also use cashew milk.
Can you freeze french toast?
Absolutely! Just like waffles and pancakes, french toast does really well frozen. Just make sure that it’s completely cool, and then put them in a freezer friendly bag.
How long does french toast last?
You can keep french toast in the fridge for about 5 days and in the freezer for about 3 months.
French toast is a great way to meal prep breakfast ahead of time.
Eggless and vegan french toast batter stores really well in the fridge. Seal it in an air tight container and it will last about 5-7 days.
How do you reheat french toast?
French toast can be reheated in the microwave pretty easily, right from being in the fridge of freezer.
Just put a damp paper towel over the french toast and heat it up for 20 seconds at a time, until it get the desired temperature.
You can also re-heat it on the stove or in an oven, but you need to thaw it first, if frozen. Just take it out of the freezer the night before and put it in the fridge.
- powdered sugar
- vegan whipped cream
- maple syrup
- peanut butter
More vegan & eggless breakfast recipes
- Vegan breakfast burrito
- High protein vegan breakfast casserole
- Vegan egg and sausage breakfast sandwich
- Delicious spirulina smoothie
Easy eggless vegan french toast
- 1 cup soy milk (or whatever plant milk you have on hand)
- 1 tsp ground flax seeds (or ground chia seeds)
- 1 tbsp vanilla
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- ¼ cup corn starch
- 6-8 slices thickly sliced bread (Texas toast, ciabatta or french)
- 2-3 tbsp vegan butter (or oil – for frying)
- In a large bowl, mix together the soy milk, vanilla, cinnamon, corn starch, maple syrup and ground flax seeds. Once everything is mixed well, let the mixture sit for 5 minutes to let the flax seeds thicken up the mixture.
- Stir up the mixture before dipping the bread in the mixture to make sure the corn starch isn't collected at the bottom. Get some thickly sliced bread and dip it in the mixture for 5-10 seconds on each side, or until well coated. If you let it sit for too long, it may become mushy. For denser bread, you can let it soak a little longer.
- Heat a frying pan on medium low heat and add the vegan butter or oil. Let the pan heat up for at least five minutes before adding the bread.
- Once the pan is heated up, add the bread and let cook on each side for about 3-5 minutes, or until outside is crispy and golden brown.
- Serve with maple syrup, fresh fruit and vegan whipped cream
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