Wednesday, November 3, 2010

3. French Toast

Me 1:08 pm
god im writing about french toast and it's boring
My Vegan Sister 1:09 pm
how is that possible?!

Good point! My biggest problem with French Toast is that the bread doesn't always stick around my pantry long enough to age. I try to buy loaves on Wednesdays, but usually end up making garlic bread and being out by the weekend.

One of the best things about it though is that non-vegan guests are amazed by it because it seems super complicated and un-veganizable. But it's untrue! I learned this thanks to Vegan with a Vengeance. Actually, my first vegan French toast was the Pumpkin French Toast from Vegan Brunch. (Let me tell you, this books is worth having). It was a little more involved that the VwaV French Toast, but just a little, and definitely worth it.

But the VwaV French Toast is perfect for the weekend mornings when you actually have not-too-fresh bread, even if you're feeling a little lazy. It's as easy as pancakes.

Forgive the phone pictures. I'm going through the backlog.


  1. I've never tried it, but apparently you can lightly toast your bread to simulate that barely-stale texture that makes French toast so delicious! I loooove the VwaV recipe.

  2. Oh that's true! I'm going to keep that in mind. Thank you :)