Eggless French Toast

It’s been a few days since we got home from our holiday and the good news is that baby ‘T’ dealt really well with the jet lag in comparison to his parents.

The morning we got back I had a few provisions in store thanks to my awesome in-laws thought I totally forgot to ask for eggs, T’s main breakfast item. I was too spent to go down and get some and it was far too early in the morning to order in any. So I made this version of french toast sans the eggs. It was quick and easy. ‘T’ ate it with no fuss at all and I was free to go about doing my chores thereafter.

This actually is a good alternative for when we’re out of eggs, next time I won’t sweat! :)

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Ingredients:

2 tbsp Rice flour & 1 tbsp Besan (Gram flour)

1/2 tsp Powdered Sugar

Milk approx. quantity (to make a runny batter)

Bread

Method:

Whisk in the flours and sugar with the milk and make a runny batter

Soak a slice of bread

Pan fry in butter as you would a french toast

Pour extra batter on bread from the top if required

Cook till golden brown

4 thoughts on “Eggless French Toast

  1. I have been allergic to eggs all my life. Barring well baked cakes, I am almost always down with a stomach ache after having consumed food items that contain eggs in large quantities. I was brought up by my grandma and she made these for me quite regularly. She would call them “French stacks”! These are absolutely delicious.

    • Thank you for writing in Shruti,
      Coincidence, I love eggs but I get the exact reaction myself, a terrible tummy ache after so this alternative works out to be perfect.

      French Stacks <3

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