Vegan Pumpkin Spice French Toast
I love a good theme. Especially if it has to do with my favorite season (autumn.) Therefore, it only makes sense that I'm continuing with my Pumpkin Spice theme in making this vegan french toast.
My mom's french toast is probably one of my most favorite dishes of all time. I remember special weekend breakfasts where the smell of the delicious food she was making wafted into my bedroom as the best possible alarm clock.
So I set out to make a vegan version. And with my very #basic, ongoing love affair with pumpkin spice not showing any sign of stopping any time soon, of course I had to add my all natural vegan Pumpkin Spice Superfood Powder.
The recipe is really easy but may take a little trial and error to figure out how long to cook it (and on what temperature) depending on how your stove works. But trust me, the deliciousness is well worth the effort.
Read on below for the simple recipe.
Process the chia seeds in a blender or food processor until they become a powder-like texture (you're basically making chia seed flour.) Blending it into flour is optional, but makes the chia seeds not as obvious on your toast.
Add all the ingredients in a bowl, then transfer back to the blender and combine.
Put mixture in a bowl and sit in the fridge for 10-15 minutes to solidify.
Dip each side of the bread in the mixture.
Heat the griddle to medium-low heat and add the vegan butter.
Cook the french toast for a few minutes on each side until golden brown.
Add your desired toppings (such as vegan rose preserves) and enjoy!
If you end up with extra french toast mixture, it makes a delicious and beneficial addition or base for smoothies or smoothie bowls! #Winning
Need more ideas for #BrunchGoals? Swap your bread for tasty, trendy Sweet Potato Toast or try some Pumpkin Spice Granola.
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