Vegan French toast

French toast…. i can’t remember the last time i had french toast, more than 10 years ago to say the least. And that’s A LONG TIME. Too long.

So when i was asked by to create something with their new hot Frisco toast the first thing i thought about was french toast. I knew most people would create a burger or toast using the bread, which i also did… i had to show that you can make a vegan version of their new toast. But i also wanted to make a sweet dish, so i decided to contribute with two recipes, because the more vegan recipes and alternatives the better, am i right? 🙂


Usually when making french toast it requires egg, or the vegan versions always seem to require chia seeds or linseeds/flaxseeds, and i had neither at home. So i decided to simplify the recipe and using ingredients which most people should have at home… meaning that there is no reason why you can’t make this recipe right now!

The recipe can be found on Max website HERE  but the recipe in english is posted below!

If you try this recipe please let me know and feel free to post a picture on IG and tag me in it 🙂


5 slices Max frisco hot melt toast
2.5 dl (250ml) of soya beverage (alternative oatmilk)
2 tablespoons flour
1.5 tablespoons sugar (alternative a form of sweetener)
1 teaspoon of vanilla powder
0.5 teaspoon salt
0.5 teaspoon cinnamon

How to:

Start by mixing all the ingredients apart from the bread in a bowl.

Then dip the bread (one at a time) into the batter, about 10-15 seconds, the bread should not be too soft.

Either cook the bread in a little vegan margarine on medium in a pan until it is golden brown on each side or heat the oven for 15 minutes at about 220 ° C, and turn the bread over after c.a half the time. The bread should be golden brown when done!

Then add your favorite toppings and enjoy warm.


*this was a paid collaboration with

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Its good to learn the “proper” name for this dish, we always used to call it “gypsy toast” and it was made with egg and milk. Absolutely delicious though and your toast looks amazing!
    Are there other dishes/recipes you could “veganize” ?


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