You all know how much I love veganizing things, but certain foods are tougher than others. There are hundreds of vegan french toast recipes out there so you would think I would have many to chose from, but in all honesty this is a difficult dish for me to perfect in my eyes. Why? This was the food my grandmother made when I was a girl that went over to her house for sleepovers. I LOVED her french toast, made with eggs and milk, and sprinkled with sugar. And as I experiment with vegan french toast recipes so far everything has fallen flat in comparison. But this recipe was probably my favorite thus far so I will have to try it again.
- 8 slices of bread (that’s how many you can make with this recipe, and I used simple whole wheat bread slices)
- 1/2 cup flour
- 2 TBsp cornstarch
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1.5 cups almond milk
- 0.5 cups soy nog
In a large bowl mix up the flour, cornstarch and salt. Then whisk in the almond milk and soy nog. It took a lot of stirring to get it all mixed in.
Dip and completely coat your bread slice. Fry in a skillet with canola oil.
I naturally topped mine with just a layer of sugar. No strawberries, fruit, whipped cream, etc. Just sugar. (But since the veganaut wanted strawberries and whipped cream on his he used that, I just served mine on the side).