Vegan French Toast

First things first: SaraLynn is incredibly talented. She is the brilliant chef behind the YouTube channel The Domestic Geek. Today, I tried to recreate one her most recent recipes.

Here we go:

The ingredients are as follows:

  • Baguette (or other vegan bread)
  • 1 Banana
  • 3/4 cup of Almond Milk
  • 2 tbsp of Ground Flaxseed
  • 1/2 tsp of Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
  • Coconut Oil (for greasing the pan)

Place all of the ingredients (except the baguette and coconut oil – duh) in a blender. Blend until the batter becomes a smooth consistency.

I continued by dipping the bread slices in my batter. After greasing the pan with coconut oil, I carefully placed the bread into the pan. At this point, the stove was on medium heat.

I quickly learned that the metal pan I began using was not working as well as I had anticipated. So I transported the bread slices onto a griddle.

Keep a close eye on the slices, and make sure to flip when appropriate. Soon enough, they were smelling and looking divine.

After they were done, I placed them onto a plate and got ready to finally indulge in my Easter brunch.

By the time I finished, I was truly starving. So instead of spending more time making the strawberry sauce that I intended to, I just ate my brunch with a side of maple syrup for dipping.

On days where you are interested in a more rich breakfast, this is a great recipe. You can truly taste the banana, and I thought it added a nice touch that normal french toast lacks. Overall, I highly recommend this. Even my parents, who ate eggs and bacon for breakfast, enjoyed their slices of vegan french toast.

Also, if you’re interested in watching the professional, here you go. Happy Easter!

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