Baked French Toast topped with Blueberry Crisp. Vegan, easily GF. VSPCA FundRaiser Kickoff!

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We are not done with French Toasts yet!:) After some quick Tiramisu or Samoa French Toasts, This one is baked and can almost pass as a dessert. Sugar free with natural sweeteners and fun to dig into with that crisp on top. Add you favorite spices to the batter, add chocolate chips or blueberries in between the bread slices, add in some Liquor extracts, the possibilities are endless. I could eat this crisp as is any day.
Use Berry breads like this Strawberry Wheat bread for a delicious berrylicious breakfast. 
The Crisp is Glutenfree, use gf bread to make this gf.



Also on this post we are Kicking off the Fund raiser for VSPCA!

A great collection of gorgeous hand made jewellery, Best Selling books, some signed by your fave authors, Baked goods, Free Product Coupons and more!

The Fund Raiser is a Donation drive with donated items that you can win if you choose to apply your tokens. Scroll down to see the list of Items below the recipe!

**This fundraiser is now over**


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Ingredients: Makes 1 3.5 or 4 inch ramekin
Crisp:
3 Tablespoon coarsely ground Oats, not flour
a pinch of baking powder
a pinch of salt
1/4-1/3 cup blueberries
1 Tablespoon Agave syrup
1 teaspoon maple syrup
1/2 teaspoon melted coconut oil
(add 1 teaspoon ground raw sugar for a sweeter version)

French Toast:
2-3 slices of whole grain bread cubed or slices to fit the ramekins
2 Tablespoons of vegan pancake mix (I use bob's red mill 7 grain)
1 teaspoon flaxmeal
1/4 cup coconut milk or almond milk(I use So Delicious vanilla coconut milk or plain almond plus)
2 Tablespoons water
a generous pinch of spices of choice or vanilla extract
1 Tablespoons Agave or maple

Method:
For French Toasts: Mix everything except bread slices to make a not too thin batter.((Or use the gf batter with Oats, flax and non dairy milk like the Tiramisu or Samoa French Toasts.)
Dip Slices in the batter and place in greased ramekin/baking dish. You can cube the slices, or use size according to the ramekin and stack them 2-3 deep or layer like bread pudding.

For the Crisp:
Mix all the dry ingredients. Then add the wet(syrups and oil) and mix well with hands or spoon. Once a clumpy mix is ready, add blueberries and distribute well.
Drop this mix over the french toast.
Bake in preheated 375 degrees F for 12-14 minutes or until the crisp is brown on the edges.
Serve hot/warm :)


Why VSPCA ? They constantly work

- to improve the conditions for animals in India and increase awareness.
- to stop the illegal trade in internationally-protected sea turtles and other wildlife,
- rescue cows and water buffalo from illegal slaughter,
- provide permanent happy sanctuary to hundreds of dogs, cats, birds, monkeys, horses, rabbits, tortoises, other animals who had been suffering severe abuse or neglect,
- provide Vegan Meals to the poor, especially seniors and children.
If you have a cause that is close to your heart. They already touch a part of it! Read More about their projects and needs on their website VSPCA. and testimonials.

This fundraiser is now over.
Thank you everyone who donated! We raised $2000.


25 comments:

  1. Super, duper yum! I've seen some other recipes for baked french toast, but haven't tried them yet. This is going on my "must make" list using gluten-free ingredients. Great raffle and fundraiser!

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    1. Thank you EA, The Crisp is GF already and the Oat flaxseed batter too.. Just some gf bread and you are good to go!:)

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  2. Richa, Good luck with your fund raiser.

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    1. Thank you Champa! We do need it!

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  3. I would love to make this, and I actually have everything I need! It looks delicious, with such pretty photos. Thanks for the tasty idea :)

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    1. Thank you! Do let me know when you do make it!

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  4. Oh my! That looks so good! I've never seen French toast like this before. If I make it to the gym all week I just might have to treat myself to this over the weekend.

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    1. Thanks Lisa.. do let me know when u do try it!

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  5. That would start a day in a delicious way!
    Richa thanks once again for the shout-out about the fundraiser. Feel really nice to be a part of this goo deed!

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    1. Thanks Kankana! Yep, they are indeed doing great work. Lets hope we can help them with some support from across the world!

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  7. Anyone who loves French toast would be in heaven with this! It DOES look like dessert.

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    1. Thank you Maureen! Its a much healthier dessert!:)

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  8. oh wow. dayv is going to love me when i make this for him. on a side note, i'm so sorry i never got back to you about the raffle. i've been a bit distracted lately..

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    1. Thanks Caitlin.. Make some for sure!
      No worries, you can share the fund raiser and get it some eyeballs!

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  9. I hereby declare you the queen of French toast! Wow, this humble brunch staple never looked so good as it does in your capable hands. You should consider an all-French toast cookbook! ;)

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    1. Girl. theres a looooooong way to go befor ei can write a book.. maybe i will take some tips from you :) thanks for the compliment!

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  10. Now *this* is a french toast I might actually make! So pretty, too :) Good luck with the fundraiser!

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    1. Thanks Hannah! This is the french toast you "should" make!! I have a feeling that u 2 hannah's have your mails or something mixed up.. coz 9 out 10 times you comment right before or after each other :))

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  11. Oh good luck with your fundraiser Richa! You did a fabulous job with that french toast. What a fabulous and unique idea. :)

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  12. these look so delicious. i want them right away, even though now it sleeping time here. but still don't mind having something sweet before going to sleep ;-)

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  13. French toast with a crisp!? These look so good!

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  14. This looks amazing. I think we are going to have to crown you the Breakfast Queen! You sure know how to deliver a delicious and unique twist on the classics.

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