French toast is one of the most delicious meals to eat for breakfast. If you aren’t a morning person, you can always have it for brunch and or have breakfast for dinner. The best part is that there are so many different ways to make French toast, you’ll never miss the eggs or milk found in the traditional version. Top it with fresh fruit, powdered sugar, vegan whipped cream, or however you please!
With all its possible variations, there is French toast for everyone. We simplified your search by compiling 15 of our best vegan French toast recipes from our Food Monster App.
1. High-Protein Pumpkin French Toast
This delicious, protein-packed, pumpkin french toast takes only 5 ingredients and very little time – it is so unbelievable! This High-Protein Pumpkin French Toast recipe by Larice Feuerstein is so easy you could make breakfast with your eyes closed. It is the perfect fall breakfast dish, loaded with nutrients and amazing flavors. You will never get enough!
2. Cinnamon Apple French Toast
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3. Nutty Pecan French Toast
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French toast is a perfect way to start a weekend. This Nutty Pecan French Toast recipe by Kathy Hester takes it over the top with crunchy pecans and crispy oats. You can cut the bread into fingers to make them even more fun to eat!
4. Vanilla French Toast With Cardamom Spiced Cream Cheese
A dessert-like treat for breakfast? Yes please! Spice up your day with this Vanilla French Toast With Cardamom Spiced Cream Cheese by Plant Tribe.
5. Apricot French Toast
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This Apricot French Toast by Maryke Wylde is a delicious vegan version of french toast. Lose the eggs and watch the magic happen. Serve with banana or any other fresh fruit and a drizzle of maple syrup, a side of coconut yogurt and it’s heaven on a plate.
6. French Toast PB&J Sandwich
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Taking the ordinary PB&J sandwich to the next level, this French Toast PB&J Sandwich by Caroline Doucet is made with vegan french toast, stuffed with caramelized bananas, raspberries, granola, peanut butter and strawberry jam. Make it for a special breakfast or have breakfast for dinner. Either way, it makes for a delicious and satisfying meal!
7. Cinnamon French Toast
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French toast is a delicious meal that many people think they will have to give up when they begin eating nourishing, healthy foods. While traditional french toast can be a full of refined sugars and fats. This Cinnamon French Toast recipe by Hayley Canning is made only with natural wholesome ingredients.
8. Fig and Ricotta Challah French Toast
French toast is even better when made with a thick bread like challah. Plus, you can make the challah yourself to make it all that more delicious (and impressive)! Wait a day or two after baking to make this luxurious Fig and Ricotta Challah French Toast by Debbie Adler.
9. Peanut Butter French Toast Dippers With Maple Pecan Dipping Sauce
Enjoy the fall flavors of maple pecan along with longtime fan favorite, peanut butter. This Peanut Butter French Toast Dippers With Maple Pecan Dipping Sauce by Joni Marie Newman is a great breakfast treat when you have a big family, or the kids are having a sleepover, or you want to make a fun, casual breakfast. If you want to make a smaller batch, feel free. The dipping sauce is made with equal parts maple syrup and peanut butter, so adjust accordingly!
10. Fried Plantain French Toast Sandwich
Meet the perfect brunchtime meal. In this recipe, ripe plantains are sliced and fried until the edges are sweet and caramelized and sandwiched between two slices of coconut milk French toast. The toast is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, with notes of warm nutmeg and cinnamon. Serve this Fried Plantain French Toast Sandwich by Larice Feuerstein with a drizzle of maple syrup and a side of savory hash browns.
11. Eggless French Toast
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12. Pumpkin Pie French Toast
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13. French Toast Rolls With Peanut Butter and Chocolate Filling
We dare you to resist the allure of these Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed French Toast Rolls by Lena Pfetzer. This recipe is so easy to make! Bread is stuffed with chocolate and peanut butter, rolled up, and grilled. They’re like amplified French toast sticks, so you’ll definitely want some maple syrup for dipping.
14. Banana Bread French Toast Cupcakes
You’ve heard of breakfast for dinner. Now let us introduce you to breakfast for dessert: Banana Bread French Toast Cupcakes. In this recipe, Natalie Slater combines cinnamon, maple, and banana. The result is moist and delicious.
15. Classic French Toast
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If you’re craving a vegan version of Classic French Toast, you must try this recipe by Larice Feuerstein. It has a few key ingredients that not only make for such a subtly “eggy” taste, that you’d never guess it’s vegan. Delicious, country-style French toast that is egg-free, dairy-free, refined sugar free, soy-free, and can easily be made gluten free and nut free too. Yes, it’s all possible!
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