by on October 3, 2020

Who doesn’t love a thick stack of French toast with a drizzle of maple syrup? This eggless French toast tastes a bit like the classic but without the eggs.

It’s hard to imagine breakfast-life without French toast . It’s savory, sweet, light, crispy and every one the items one would want for breakfast. Unless, one is allergic to eggs; then, you would like an egg-free French toast that's nearly nearly as good because the original.


This egg-free version exceeds every expectation of classic French toast with its hearty slices of toast and their light, airy middles, and crispy, sweet crusts. Sounds a bit like the classic version, right? And it tastes love it too!

While preparing a batch of egg and dairy-free pancakes, I wanted to ascertain if I could accomplish an equivalent delicious results with French toast . Lucky for you, i used to be right!

his eggless French toast recipe has all the bells and whistles as far as taste and texture but to realize this without eggs, I made the batter with milk, cornstarch, and vanilla.

The starch thickens the milk and helps the batter to carry on to the bread. It also yields perfectly crispy on the surface , crazy the within toasts that lack the eggy texture, French toast can have.


The bread is what really makes this dish so confirm to use a hearty, thick sliced version which holds the liquid and creates pillowy soft middles. After all, that's what we’re going for.

I also recommend using regular full-fat milk for this French toast , skim isn't an equivalent . If your family is dairy-free you'll make this with almond or coconut milk.


Like pancakes, waffles, and muffins, this French toast holds up great within the freezer.

Once cooked, allow the French toast to chill right down to temperature before wrapping with wrapping or parchment paper. Place the slices during a freezer bag and freeze for 1 to 2 months.


To bring this breakfast back to life you'll reheat it within the toaster or in an oven at 375F for 8 to 10 minutes.

If you would like to form this breakfast more just like the pre-packaged frozen French toast sticks kids seem to adore, you'll cut the cooked French toast into strips, freeze as directed and warmth when able to serve.

You can feel good about serving them homemade French toast and that they get to “dunk them”, it’s the simplest of both worlds.

EGGLESS French toast

This eggless French toast recipe tastes a bit like the classic version with light, airy middles and crispy, sweet crusts and it’s allergy friendly!


1/2 cup milk, regular or dairy free
1 tablespoon corn starch
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, optional
2 slices thick light bread
2 tablespoons butter or vegan alternative, for grilling
1/2 cup sliced strawberries
Maple syrup, for serving
Powdered sugar, optional


In a medium bowl combine the milk, cornstarch, vanilla, and cinnamon. Whisk until everything is combined and therefore the cornstarch is dissolved.

Heat an outsized , nonstick pan over medium heat.

Place one slice of bread into the milk mixture long enough to soak the side then flip the bread and permit it to soak for a further 3 seconds.

Melt 1 tablespoon butter within the pan and place 2 slices of bread into the middle of the pan. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes or until golden brown.

Using a spatula, flip the French toast pieces and brown the opposite side for a further 3 to 4 minutes or until golden brown.

Remove from the pan and repeat with remaining bread slice and butter.
Once cooked, topped the slices with strawberries, syrup, and granulated sugar ,

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Topics: french toast
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