Saturday, December 22, 2018

The Vegg Super Yummy Vegan French Toast

Recently, we inherited a whole pantry's worth of vegan ingredients from a friend who moved to England for her PhD (at University of Cambridge). One of the items in the trove of goodies was The Vegg. As someone who loves French Toast, I thought there was no better use for it than that so here's what we came up with. 

The Vegg French Toast recipe

The Vegg made for a very golden soft coating on the French Toast when fried in coconut oil in our non-stick skillet. We used very white day old bread and it was perfect. A bit salty, a big eggy and very, very yummy. 

The Vegg French Toast recipe

The Vegg Super Yummy Vegan French Toast
Serves 2

2 tsp the Vegg powder
3/4 cup water
3/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tsp cinnamon 
a loaf of day old bread
coconut oil, for frying

1. Blend the Vegg, water, and almond milk for about 15 minutes in a blender. You can't mix by hand because the Vegg needs a the mixing power of a blender to activate. Pour the liquid mixture into a shallow dish so that you can dip your bread into it. Add the cinnamon and mix it up.
2. Dip one slice at a time and let it sit so that it soaks up the mixture but not so long that it gets soggy. 
3. Heat the skillet and melt the coconut oil. Fry each slice until golden then flip and get the other side nice and golden. 
4. You can keep the other slices warm in an oven preheated to about 250F if you're waiting to serve but we just eat as they're read because we are heathens. 
5. Serve with maple syrup, more cinnamon and whatever other toppings float your boat. 

The Vegg French Toast recipe

The Vegg French Toast recipe

If you try this recipe, let us know what you think. The black salt in the Vegg definitely gives off an egg-y aroma and taste. I love it!

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