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Strawberry Pecan Stuffed French Toast [Vegan]

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Blended bananas are the perfect substitute for the traditional egg in this decadent Strawberry Pecan Stuffed French Toast recipe. A regular loaf of bread works great, or you can try slicing up a mini baguette for fun, bite-size toasts. I've decorated this sweet breakfast with maple syrup and additional fresh strawberries, but a simple sprinkle of confectioners' sugar or even an additional spoonful of the strawberry filling would both make excellent toppings.

Strawberry Pecan Stuffed French Toast

This Recipe is :

Dairy Free Vegan




  • 1 cup chopped fresh strawberries
  • 1/2 cup vegan cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup chopped pecans
  • 8 slices of thick bread (or 16 mini slices for smaller toasts)
  • 2 large bananas, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup vanilla almond milk


  1. Stir together the strawberries, cream cheese substitute and chopped pecans until fully combined. Set aside.
  2. Blend the sliced bananas, brown sugar, vanilla extract and almond milk in a blender or food processor until fully combined, approximately 30 seconds.
  3. Pour the batter blend into a large bowl.
  4. Spread the strawberry cream mix on one slice of bread, all the way to the edges.
  5. Sandwich another slice of bread on top of the strawberry-covered slice.
  6. Press down firmly around the edges to help the bread stick together.
  7. Dip one side of the sandwich in the batter, then the other side.
  8. Cook the toast on a griddle or a prepared skillet until brown, approximately 3-4 minutes on each side. Reduce the heat if you find that the toast is browning too quickly.
  9. Serve warm.





Southern born and Brooklyn based, Nikki is the founder of The Tolerant Vegan where she demonstrates that a vegan life does not have to be devoid of frosting or fun. When she’s not elbow-deep in cake batter you’ll find her rescuing cats, yelling at hockey games, hopping the globe and struggling to stay in crow pose.



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5 Years Ago

Health conscious people need to start watching out for products containing cyanocobalamin. It is in most substitutes for milk (soy, coconut, almond, etc.) It is also in some of the Bolthouse juices. The form of B12 that you'll find in most B12 products - even the B12 injections your doctor may administer - is cyanocobalamin. Can you guess how this form of B12 gets its name? Cyanocobalamin is comprised of a cyanide molecule attached to a cobalamin (B12) molecule. Cyanide is a toxic poison that the body cannot metabolize, and over time, it can accumulate in brain tissues with disastrous results.[17] For reasons I'll never fully understand, way too many B12 supplements on the market today are made with this virtually worthless form of B12. My guess is that these companies are just out to save money at the expense of your health, which is truly a shame. What you want to take is a supplement made with the methylcobalamin form of B12, which research has shown to be the safest and most effective.

6 Years Ago

What do you think about using frozen strawberries? (Or other frozen mixed berries, which is what I found when I was just at the supermarket -- no fresh strawberries currently available where we live.)


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