I'm so glad this worked for you! I am a recent vegan convert and it’s been a struggle for me to find out exactly what to eat. I still loved it though so I’ll try again in future and play around. I didn’t try it this way myself, but it should work! I dipped one side and timed it for 50 seconds and then flipped. You will not be subscribed to our newsletter list. You really want the banana flavor/sweetness to shine through anyway. If your batter appears extremely gloppy, add more almond milk to thin it out. I made it yesterday and I loved it, however, it was a bit soggy, any advice? Thanks for this recipe. Serve with pure maple syrup and fresh fruit of choice. I was getting a really nice brown crispy texture on the outsides and I made sure to lightly press with the spatula to make note of the texture. Can this be made using soya milk instead of almond? Get our copy of FAN FAVORITES featuring 20 of our most loved, highly-rated recipes! Oh, and they are so easy to make too! It always surprises me how well it works! I think I’ll add a note that this one works best with heartier bread. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Will definitely be making this one again! mmm. Lol!! Thanks! die. This recipe sounds delicious and I’m so excited to try it! I cooked a little longer per side than suggested (5-6 minutes) and despite the outside crisping up the middle was a bit softer/gooier/wetter than I’d like. I doubled the recipe, so I have about half of the batter left and I’m just gonna turn those into pancakes. Thanks for sharing your experience, Amanda! Leave a comment and rate it below. Our first attempt left the batter stuck to the griddle instead of the bread. Glad I found your site. Or maybe both? We had it set to 350 degrees. I think you have a new follower now! This was the best french toast I've ever had. the first piece I cooked was kind of soggy but then I switched to a nonstick pan and cooked it on a higher temperature for a bit longer and it was totally good! So that being said everyone’s griddle temp is different and I started off cooking the slices at medium heat. I have made this twice now and it’s always delicious! Whoever put this together was on ludes. My weakness. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Thanks so much! I also write a vegan food blog, maybe you want to check it out. Thanks for sharing! If using sandwich-style bread, soak it for less time), Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Need help? I never have bread in my apartment…. I made it with rice milk and gluten free bread. I would absolutely recommend trying out this recipe! Now when I went to dip my bread, I used Sara Lee whole wheat bread. An optional step is to sprinkle the freshly-dipped sides with a little almond meal for added texture. So good!! CONTACT     The sogginess didn’t even cook out after quite some time on the griddle. This may have happened because your banana was too large. Used up a whole small loaf of bread with this one batch of batter. Go figure. I topped it off with Organic Maple Syrup.. Yummm This looks so satisfying :). Quickly dip bread into wet mixture and flip to coat the other side being not to not let the slices soak, or you may have soggy french toast. I was planning on making your pumpkin pancakes for dinner, but now I think I might have to make these. All that’s left to do is top this stack with maple syrup, more banana (and gobs of peanut butter, who am I kidding?). (Vanilla is optional.). Today friends, I'm so excited to share with you my vegan Banana Bread French Toast, yes, you heard me correct! Perfect blend of flavours, crisp sides, and soft fluffy interior. pancakes, waffles and french toast are destined for maple syrup drowning in this house! You can also subscribe without commenting. Dip each slice of bread in the mixture, repeat on the other side, and place bread on heated griddle. This recipe is heavenly, a perfect breakfast to satisfy your sweet tooth in the mornings. Perfect for quick weekday and slow weekend breakfasts. Quick question, do you grind the flaxseed or leave them whole? My husband who is neither vegetarian or vegan even loved this recipe. If you’re using sandwich bread the result is going to be much different. This French toast recipe is delicious! This was delicious but way too soggy. My taste buds are so happy! Goodness. Thanks for the amazing recipe… It’s, Moist Also with left over mixture I add some baking powder and flour until I get a pancake looking mixture and they are great! Tossed three pieces and used a different recipe. It should be fairly thick. Cinnamon-y I figured out mid-way through my slices that the nut meal sprinkles were causing the soggyness–the sprinkles were frying, but not the bread. I just get it in the bakery section at our grocery store. :). He’s a peanut butter-aholic…, Peace & Sunshine, I love French toast and this easy vegan Banana French Toast is healthy and does not disappoint! Oh wow. I might try something denser next time for a firmer texture. Am so happy.. thank you!! Mine came out perfectly! Tag @thesimpleveganista on Instagram and hashtag it #thesimpleveganista. I agree…banana, cinnamon, maple syrup always leaves a smile. Combined with chia seeds and chopped pecans, it makes for a more nutrient-filled, real food rendition of the traditional brunch recipe. Then dip, soak and cook! thanks in advance you lovely human x. I think so! Thanks so much for the lovely review and for sharing your modifications, Caroline. This easy vegan French toast recipe, made with soy milk, sugar, and cinnamon, is dairy-free deliciousness on your breakfast or brunch table. PRIVACY POLICY + DISCLAIMERS     Crispy edges and slightly soft middle the way I prefer. Let me know if you try this banana french toast recipe or have a question! This is probably the best banana french toast I have tried! Because, like I said, they tasted so yummy on the bites that worked out. Cheers :). How come mine came out soggy?!

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