Cinnamon Banana French Toast


Cinnamon Banana French Toast

A comforting, hearty breakfast is a must, especially on the weekends when you want something filling and undeniably good. These kinds of breakfast are not out of reach on a plant-based diet. French toast can be made without oil and eggs, and it can taste just as good if not better!

Cinnamon Banana French Toast

This cinnamon banana French toast comes together quickly, so it won’t take long to get to the best part – the eating! If you don’t want to use flax meal or cinnamon, leave them out. If you don’t like bananas, you can sub some mashed dates or applesauce instead.


Cinnamon Banana French Toast

Ingredients:

2 slices per serving. Makes 8-10 slices

  • 1 ripe banana, mashed

  • 2 cups non-dairy milk of choice

  • 2 tsp flax meal

  • 1 tsp lemon juice

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

  • Your favorite sliced bread – Keep the ingredients minimal and clean such as sourdough, whole grain, Ezekiel, sprouted, or gluten-free

  • fresh fruit, additional cinnamon, and maple syrup for topping


Instructions:

In a large shallow bowl, mash your banana until lit is smooth and creamy. You’ll want a bowl large enough to fit your slices of bread. Add the non-dairy milk, lemon juice, cinnamon, and flax meal and whisk until well combined.


Preheat your non-stick pan or skillet on medium heat.


Place a slice of bread into the milk mixture to coat one side of the bread. Flip over to cover the other side. Let the excess liquid drip off, then place it on your preheated pan. Continue to do this with each slice of bread. Don’t overcrowd your pan.

Cook each piece for 3-4 minutes on each side until golden brown.


Cinnamon Banana French Toast
Cinnamon Banana French Toast

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