Maple Drizzled Crispy Vegan French Toast

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6 Comments

  1. I am new to all Vegan and minimalism. I have been listening to your podcast and I am excited to see that this can be done, and transitioning is okay. Right now I am the only one in my family that has but we are having a New Year’s Day brunch and I will be cooking as many vegan dishes as I can to introduce them to my family. I can’t wait to serve this one!

    1. Hi Balissa, what an exciting journey you’re on! Kudos to you for leading the charge and preparing some vegan dishes for your family. This french toast is an excellent recipe to start with. Thanks for tuning into our podcast 🙂

    1. I haven’t tried it with coconut milk before. If it’s quite thin it may work but there might be too much fat as well. Give it a go and see how they turn out! Also depends if it’s the type that comes in a can or not.

  2. I’ve been wanting to make French toast, so I gave this recipe a shot. In recipes with almond milk I often will substitute about a tablespoon of almond butter, freshly ground from only almonds, from my local co-op, mixed with enough warm water to measure one cup. It worked perfectly. Very delicious and no leftovers. ?