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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Eggless French Toast Recipe - Easy French Toast without eggs

Eggless French Toast Recipe
Eggless French Toast Recipe

Eggless French Toast (Sweet Version) - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 1
Recipe Category: Breakfast | Recipe Cuisine: World

Bread - 3 slices (You can also use white/wheat bread)
Milk - 1/4 cup
Custard Powder - 1/2 to 1 tbsp (You can alternatively use cornflour too)
Vanilla essence - a drop (if using cornflour)
Sugar - 1 tsp
Ghee / Butter - As required to toast

Method:

  1. Boil milk, switch off. Now combine the warm milk with custard powder, sugar in a wide bowl. Stir well till cornflour and sugar is dissolved fully.
    How to make french toast - Step1
  2. Heat a dosa tawa, Add ghee or oil. Dip the bread slices on both the sides in the milk , place the bread slices on the pan. Allow it to get toasted well now turn it to other side and cook on other side. If its sticky add a little more ghee.
    How to make french toast - Step2
Serve with topping of your choice or can be served as such. I like the toasts warm with honey Serve hot/warm! You can also sprinkle little cinnamon powder as topping when its still warm and enjoy your toasts!
Easy French Toast without eggs

My Notes:

  • If you dont have custard powder then add cornflour and vanilla essence which will give the same flavour.
  • While dipping the bread dont leave it for more time , just a fraction of second for each side of the bread else the bread slices would become mushy and stick to the pan.
  • Preferably use a nonstick dosa tawa so that it doesnt stick.
Easy French Toast without eggs


Written by: SHARMILEE J

60 comments:

  1. Yummy yummy in my tummy ....... delicious :)

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  2. Even without eggs, these French toasts still looks super delish!

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  3. Eggless toast looks utterly irresistible, very tempting..

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  4. Love the eggless version..they looks super good..definitely book marking it :))

    US Masala

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  5. amazing recipe. french toast without egg. love the sweet version more. looks tempting.

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  6. greaty recipe! Never thoght could make french toast without eggs!!!

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  7. the addition of custard powder sounds interesting..must try it next time

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  8. The french toast looks lovely. I had never even considered an eggless possibility for french toast! This is too good! :)

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  9. Should be a nice variation from the usual toasts :) Will try sometime!

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  10. I am sure the kiddo will like this bread. Since it is eggless will like it too :-))

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  11. Nice toasts. love the plate very much!

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  12. french toast with custard powder, should be awesome for breakfast.nice one

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  13. Eggless! Wow...amazing. And it looks so good!

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  14. Eggless french toast looks really irresistible! Great work!

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  15. A French toast without eggs is a fabulous idea! This would be a yummy,quick and easy way to satisfy a dessert craving..

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  16. Lovely recipe.. thanks for sharing !!

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  17. toast looks yum & crunchy.

    http://aaha-oho.blogspot.com/

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  18. wow so perfect and crisp ....can feel the taste delicious!

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  19. Yay! I/m bookmarking this recipe!!!..my son loves french toast but totally dislikes the eggy flavour.He wants me to omit the eggs (which i would tell him..is like making sambhar without dal :))..
    now I have a lovely substitute!!! :)..thanks a lot, sharmee.. :)

    about the quiche post, i should say it is so yummy!!!..you will love it!! its easy to make too..and a fool proof recipe..nothing can go wrong with it!..

    p.s-i was waiting for your comment in this post and am happy to see the first comment from you :) :)...was getting worried why no one dropped in even after 4 long hours of posting..
    Hugs!! :)

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  20. @Bharathy: Thank u so much....try it and am sure ur son will love it...its totally kid friendly as I have tried this on my 1 yr old daughter too :)

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  21. Hi Sharmi,

    Thanx a lot for dropping by my blog the other day!!Iam your happy follower now...i love anything wth bread!!

    Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  22. WOW lovely breakfast recipe..Eggless french toast sounds very interesting...Bookmarked to try!

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  23. I totally love this eggless version!!been avoiding french toast for the same reason--the eggy smell..now I can try it..thanks for this gem!!

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  24. awesome recipe..looks so mouthwatering :)

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  25. made it now and we are loving it sharmee :)..

    do u add the cornflour into hot or warm milk?..i cooled down the milk to luke warm and added the rest of the ing..the bread slice absorbed the milk so fast and i had to squeeze out LOL.. and was a bit sticky on the tawa..

    the hot slices taste awesome with that flavour of vanilla and a little excess ghee which went into it..

    will be making regularly for my son as a back school tea time quick snack..:)

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  26. @Bharathy : Thanks so much for trying & letting me knw! I added cornflour in warm milk only updated in recipe too....:) yeah thats what I said in my notes just to dip the slices for a second else the bread will absorb milk quickly and will become mushy....:) When u just dip and put in the ghee/oil added tawa the stickyness will be reduced.

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  27. My li'l one LOVES french toast and I keep hunting for different variation for anything she likes. Gotta give this a try and also the savory version of it.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  28. ah fine.. :) My son wants to thank you as he is having slice number 7 now ;)..

    thicker stale slices would fair well i suppose sharmee, than reg fresh slices..or wheat as you'd mentioned..will toast them on a non stick tawa next!

    Thank You once again! :)

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  29. @Bharathy : Am really very glad that ur son liked it :) I havent tried it with white bread still.....but have tried with fresh wheat bread...u can try next time with wheat bread which makes it all the more healthy too....and non stick tawa yes wud be best!

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  30. That's so cool..thanks for this nice recipe..

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  31. yummmy! I made french toast for hubby last weekend...and this one is healthier....:) egg less!

    www.flavourme.com

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  32. hello

    i like ur blog and love ur sweets section. i subscribe to ur blog but can only seen recipes of 2010. why cant see of 2009? Pls help me

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  33. @Rose : Please browse through the quick menu for sweets or the blog archive on the right column.Alternatively u can check here too : http://www.sharmispassions.com/search/label/Desserts. Let me knw if u need any more help.

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  34. This toast looks so good and wonderful.

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  35. Gr8 recipe without eggs..too good

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  36. Loved this idea, the toast looks delicious and so very tempting !

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  37. Love the cornflour and custard in the recipe.

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  38. french toast looks lovely. You have a great blog.

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  39. French toast looks crispy and perfect even without eggs
    http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  40. no eggs and still looks so good!

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  41. I do hope this really taste good. I will give it a try and leave my comment

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  42. Is cornflour the same as cornstarch in this case?

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  43. Wow looks so delicious.. I love french toast and was searching for a nice eggless recipe! this is going to be my breakfast tomorrow morning :)

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  44. Just wondering what the custard powder is made from. I am allergic to eggs, not just avoiding their bad qualities.

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  45. @Pennny : Custard powder is just cornflour with vanilla essence. It is purely optional for this toaste so you can very well skip it too....

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  46. I'm intrigued! Will definitely try this recipe.

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  47. Hmmm.And I thought eggs are inseparable part of french toast

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  48. Hmmm....And I thought Egg is inseparable part of French cuisine

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  49. Awesome.... I made it as soon as I read it.... Very lovely... and its yummyyyy..... i'm always searching for a quick evening snack... n lo-behold... here it was... tmrw gonna try the savory version tooo!!!!

    Thanks a lot... since i dont eat egg... this was a delicious substitute!!!!

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  50. I have tried most of your bread recipes. I tried this one today and the first one got mushier. But later was very careful and it turned out yummy !!! It got stiffer over time. I felt 1 tsp of sugar was not enough. I had to add more to get that sweet flavor. Does it depend on the bread variety ?

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    1. Yes depends on the bread type and also its our personal taste too :)

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  51. Sharmee you can also try using semolina nd grinded oats for the dip it tastes really yumm..

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