Slices of buttery french toast garnished with strawberries and powdered sugar.

Fluffy French Toast

French toast is just one of those dishes that’s good to eat any time of day – as a brunch food, when you’re in a breakfast-for-dinner mood or as a midnight snack. It hits all the right spots between subtly sweet and savory.

Today, I’m sharing a recipe that is easy to make and delicious to eat. Even if you’ve never made it before you’ll be happy with the results.

How To Make The Best Vegan French Toast

Great french toast starts with drying out the bread. Set the oven to 300°F and place the slices of bread on 2 baking trays. Bake the bread for 7 minutes on each side and then flip them over. This is done to remove moisture from the bread.

Next, make the delectable custard mixture. For this recipe, combine JUST Egg, whipping cream, cinnamon, vanilla and granulated sugar in a large bowl. Once that’s done, grab each slice of vegan bread and dip it into the custard mixture – allowing it to soak into the center.

Place a pat of vegan butter into a large pan and place a few slices of bread in at a time – taking care to not overcrowd the pan. Cook on medium heat until browned (around 5 minutes), carefully flip the toast over and cook the other side. When done, set aside and cook the remaining slices.

French toast is best served toasty and warm so serve immediately. Garnish with fresh berries, agave and powdered sugar for the full brunch experience.

French toast is an easy way to make use of almost-stale bread. Think of it as finding a second life for your bread.

French toast is an easy breakfast to whip up on lazy weekends and as a delicious late night snack. If you make this recipe, leave a rating below and don’t forget to tag @PlantBasedDogGuy on Instagram!

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