This French toast without eggs is so good it will melt in your mouth. This is not your ordinary toast. It’s filled with so many different flavors. Let's not forget how simple and easy this toast is to make. I mean, it's only five ingredients. What’s not to love about a simple french toast recipe?
Make Ahead- You can easily make this French toast without eggs ahead of time. Store it for later.
Kid-Friendly- Kids love French toast and all the different toppings you can add, such as maple syrup, powdered sugar, and strawberries, to name a few.
Pantry Ingredients- I wouldn't be surprised if you had all these ingredients in your pantry, which is always a plus!
So, let me ask. Who would have thought to make French toast without eggs? It's true, and I am so excited to share the delicious, simple ingredients with you.
See the recipe card for quantities.
I have tried my French toast without eggs with just about every thick bread out there, but the only bread I love to use is brioche bread. Is it any other way to have French toast without eggs? LOL, yes, there is. So, let me give you other options. You can use Texas toast or, be simple, any white bread. Steps below.
To a bowl, add your ingredients and mix well. the ground cinnamon, salt, vanilla extract, milk, and granulated sugar.
Gently place your bread in the mixture making sure to coat both sides. Don't submerge your bread too much.
Add Topping and enjoy!
In addition, I highly recommend investing in a non-stick griddle or pan, as this will ensure that your eggless toast cooks well and won't get stuck to the griddle. Brioche is a thick slice of bread this helps keep the bread from falling apart due to the mixture. That's pretty much it.
You can store this French toast without eggs in an airtight container or a ziplock.
Heat your oven to 350 degrees. Once the oven is warmed, place your toast in the oven for 5 minutes or until it reaches your desired temperature.
You can serve this French toast recipe with my buttermilk fried chicken or maple syrup, powdered sugar, honey, walnuts, or any of the toppings I listed. Of course, not all at once. LOL
No, you don’t have to use milk. I have made this French toast recipe with milk and without milk. I have to say the one with the milk seems to be a little more fluffy, but you would need to use eggs for the one without milk.
Well, until next time, folks.
January 19, 2021