Stuffed French Toast . vegan

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A short and sweet post today.. Soft French Toasts Stuffed with Blueberry Greek Yogurt!
My allergies are through the roof lately and you know why.. Its the crazy Seattle spring getting crazyier by the day! Day before yesterday, the weather went from sunny, to rain, to horizontal snow, wind, sunny again, hail, sunny, rainbow, snow, sunny within the hour and continued to be random all through the afternoon! And now its been oscillating between really cold, rainy and random short bouts of sunshine. Last week was a steady 50s, and this week I am back bundled up.

These french toasts are stuffed with So Delicious blueberry greek yogurt. To make your own yogurt at home, check out this thick and creamy Coconut milk yogurt from Lexie's kitchen and this Oat milk Yogurt from Scandifoodie! Use some fresh fruit or fruit compote/jam with home-made yogurt for the filling. You can stuff these toasts with vegan cream cheese and thinly sliced and chopped fresh fruits too. I like yogurt though.. Less processed and all those good bacterial cultures.

Pictured below, Chocolate French Toasts


To make life simpler, you can serve plain french toasts topped with the yogurt. Or use 2 slices with stuffing in between, but it gets tricky to flip them:). Use gf bread for gf French toasts. The other french toasts that we usually make are chocolate versions.. Who doesnt like some chocolatey things in the morning.
The breads that work well for this toast is any soft chewy bread loaf, or any of my whole grain Fruit Breads!

Some Savory Breakfast options collection here. An album of the sweet Breakfast options will be up in a day or so. Look who is waiting for some crumbs or maybe the whole thing to accidentally fall! These french toasts were made with the No-knead Strawberry bread.


To Stuff:
Slice the bread into thick slices. Make a deep cut in the middle as seen in the picture.
Stuff the filling(Blueberry Greek Yogurt) carefully so it fills up the cavity well.
Dip the slices in the batter and continue with the cooking.

Batter: For 3-4 medium sized bread slices
Mix 1.5 Tablespoons finely ground Oats, 1 Tablespoon finely ground flax seed, 1 Tablespoon raw sugar or maple, a generous pinch of spices of choice(I usually add cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg), 1/3+ cup warm water or almond milk. Mix well and let sit for 5 minutes. Mix again, dip slices and pan fry them on medium-low, in a Tablespoon or so organic canola or coconut oil. 3-4 minutes each side. Serve hot topped with maple syrup, or yogurt and fresh fruits, or toppings of choice.

For the Chocolate version: Add a teaspoon or more cocoa powder.

Quick version: Use 2 Tablespoons your favorite pancake mix(I use Bob's red mill 7 grain pancake mix), a teaspoon flaxmeal, add spices, sugar and 1/3+ cup water to make a thin batter and dip the slices.




19 comments:

  1. This is such a wonderful recipe..Thanks for posting it..Bookmarked..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  2. i LOVE your stuffed french toasts, richa! i love how your pup is standing right underneath you, hoping some food will drop. that's exactly what my pup does, too!

    and i hear you on the fluctuating weather doing a number on your body. i haven't felt quite right for weeks.

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    1. Thanks Caitlin.. I bet yours doesnt look like raccoon.. my black pom looks like one from far:) and he scavenges the kitchen like one too once i am done cooking:)
      Yeah.. the allergies are driving us all nuts since the past 2 weeks. Chewie is sneezing too..

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  3. i have been searching for making eggless french toast recipes but just could not find one which would suit me.

    finally found a vegan version..... thanks to you richa.

    i am going to make these soon... the chocolate version and if take the pics, then post about it too.

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    1. Thanks Dassana.. send me some pictures too!:)

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  4. Sounds to me like we were both in a French toast state of mind this week! :) Your stuffed French toast sounds right up my alley!

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    1. I know right.. its easy to get bored os the same plain french toast!

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  5. Nice recipe....

    Do check my new blog at eveydayindiancooking.blogspot.com

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  6. Wow! Your French toast looks AMAZING! I never thought to use the yogurt as a stuffing in French toast. Very interesting!

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    1. Thanks Lisa. It tastes amazing, Give it a try!

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  7. Stuffed french toast is one of my favorite decadent breakfasts.

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  8. Ohh, Richa! This sounds divine. If only I could eat gluten.. *sigh*

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    1. Thanks Ashlae! u can make one of my gf yeast breads and use those! They make great french toasts too!

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  9. OKay- change of plans, I am coming over for a Pizza Party and Breakfast in the morning....yep I am pretty sure I just invited myself over for a Slumber Party!

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  10. Eggless french toast has always been my dream.. Vegan even better..
    Gotto try this..

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