The French toast is a favorite breakfast or afternoon treat! They remind me of my childhood, and I think my children will say the same when they grow up. It’s a great way to avoid food waste and save money, especially when the bread is gluten-free and costs quite a lot. You can also make French toast with bread that you did not like its taste or texture so much, cause as I use to say, we must “recycle” food and consume it in another form. 😉

I definitely recommend eating the French toasts with maple syrup! I’m crazy about it and feel so lucky that my good friend Niki from Toronto brought me several bottles of Canadian maple syrup when she came to Greece for her holidays in summer. They are very impressive glass bottles in the shape of a maple leaf. She is such a nice person! I am grateful and lucky to have her as a friend!


Yields4 ServingsDifficultyBeginner

Prep Time4 minsCook Time6 minsTotal Time10 mins

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 8 slices of gluten-free bread, preferably stale
 4 tbsp corn flour or potato starch
 4 tbsp sugar or maple syrup or agave syrup
 ¼ tsp baking powder
 ¼ tsp salt
 1 tsp vanilla extract
 ½ cup plant-based milk, I used almond milk
 1 tbsp sunflower oil or other oil for frying
For frying
 oil or plant-based butter for frying
For topping
 maple syrup or honey or whatever else you want for topping (optional)

Abbreviations: g=grams kg= kilograms cup=250 ml tsp= teaspoon=5 ml  tbsp= tablespoon=3 tsp=15 ml ml= millilitre= (1ml=0.034 fl oz / 1fl oz=29.6 ml) l=litre/liter=1000ml

1

Put all the ingredients together in a food processor/blender and beat them.

2

On a baking pan, lay the slices of bread, which should be stale. If they are fresh baked or just opened a bread packaging, I suggest to put them in the toaster for a while to be less moisture.

3

Pour the mixture and leave for 2-3 minutes, so that the slices of bread soak well.

4

Place a non-stick pan on the stove with oil or plant-based butter, over a medium-high heat.

5

Once the oil is hot, add the French toast and leave them to cook well and take color on one side for 2-3 minutes and turn them on the other side as well. Remove and drain on kitchen paper. Watch out because they are sticky so they maybe stick to the pan.

6

You can also replace the oil with 1 tsp. plant-based butter every time you put new French toast in the pan and thus make them with less fat.

7

The ready-made French toast last for 2-3 days outside the refrigerator, since they are vegan, no need to put them in refrigerator (room temperature need to be under 21°C/70°F.

Ingredients

 8 slices of gluten-free bread, preferably stale
 4 tbsp corn flour or potato starch
 4 tbsp sugar or maple syrup or agave syrup
 ¼ tsp baking powder
 ¼ tsp salt
 1 tsp vanilla extract
 ½ cup plant-based milk, I used almond milk
 1 tbsp sunflower oil or other oil for frying
For frying
 oil or plant-based butter for frying
For topping
 maple syrup or honey or whatever else you want for topping (optional)

Directions

1

Put all the ingredients together in a food processor/blender and beat them.

2

On a baking pan, lay the slices of bread, which should be stale. If they are fresh baked or just opened a bread packaging, I suggest to put them in the toaster for a while to be less moisture.

3

Pour the mixture and leave for 2-3 minutes, so that the slices of bread soak well.

4

Place a non-stick pan on the stove with oil or plant-based butter, over a medium-high heat.

5

Once the oil is hot, add the French toast and leave them to cook well and take color on one side for 2-3 minutes and turn them on the other side as well. Remove and drain on kitchen paper. Watch out because they are sticky so they maybe stick to the pan.

6

You can also replace the oil with 1 tsp. plant-based butter every time you put new French toast in the pan and thus make them with less fat.

7

The ready-made French toast last for 2-3 days outside the refrigerator, since they are vegan, no need to put them in refrigerator (room temperature need to be under 21°C/70°F.

Eggless Gluten Free French Toast
  • Make many french toast because you can eat them as well at the following days.
  • Try toasting them at Sandwich Maker with couverture filling.
  • You can also toast them at Sandwich Maker or not, with various filling such as vegetables or jams.
  • I love maple syrup and I want my French toast either cold or hot.

Good Luck and Bon Appétit!!!

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