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French Toast Stix, Made Without Egg

This is basically a feed a family version of these that my Sister Emily posted a few years back!  They are egg and dairy free (so vegan french toast) and if you wanted they could easily become gluten free french toast by using whole grain gluten free bread and use extra arrowroot powder instead of flour in the recipe.

Great for families with allergies and/or intolerance to dairy, eggs and/or gluten. They have been a fun family favorite around here for years!

French Toast Stix, Feed a Family Version 
2 cups almond or rice milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
6-8 Tablespoons olive oil or melted coconut oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 Tablespoon whole wheat flour
1/2 cup arrowroot powder
4 Tablespoons Sucanat
1 heaping teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg (optional)
1 loaf of whole grain bread
pure maple syrup or dip of your choice, we used homemade buttery maple syrup (recipe soon to come)


Cut slices of bread into 3-4 equal sticks.

Mix first 9 ingredients in bowl.

Dip sticks individually into mixture.  Over medium/low heat, on a well greased pan or griddle, lay sticks flat down. After 2 to 4 minutes turn sticks, they should be a light brown.  Sticks should turn easily when done.  Cook for another 1 to 2 minutes before removing.  I will a lot of times reduce the heat so they cook slow and are not soggy in the middle but some people like them soggy in the middle do whatever you like!


Anonymous said...

I've made these before and they are soo good! :)

Anonymous said...

We love to have these right after church: ) So good, especially with homemade bread!

Regina said...

I made this for a birthday breakfast and it was a big hit and my kids don't like regular french toast! I made it gluten free for me just subbing brown rice flour for wheat. The kids have requested this every day since.

Queen Mommy said...

I have made these several times now, and we all just love them--even my daughter's friends who are used to traditional French toast. Sometimes I replace the whole wheat flour for chickpea flour. This time, I added a couple tbs of ground flax seed. They're yummy every time! Thanks!