Vegan Recipes

Vegan-Baked French Toast

A simple sweet breakfast dish that’s perfect for weekend mornings is Vegan-Baked French Toast. An option without gluten is included in this recipe. No more waiting over the burner to turn over each toast. It is made with almond milk and vanilla, garnished with fresh blueberries and a cinnamon-brown sugar mixture.

Tips for making this recipe:

Be sure to select high-quality bread. Everything is too fresh, and the soft daily loaf of bread is not used usually. Alternate the fruit to suit your tastes—bananas, cranberries, raspberries, etc. Prepare the casserole ahead of time by adding the toast and custard, then bake it when required.

Vegan-Baked French Toast


For preparing the custard:
  • Almond extract: 1/4 tsp.
  • Vanilla extract: 1/2 tsp.
  • Water: 1 cup.
  • Raw cashews: 1/4 cup.
  • Vanilla extract: 1/2 tsp.
  • Flour: 1 tsp.
  • Sugar: 3 tbsp.
For dressing:
  • Blueberries: 1 cup.
  • Brown sugar: 2 tsp.
  • Cinnamon: 2 tsp.
  • Oil (any): 2 tbsp.


  1. To prepare the custard, process all the components in a blender until very smooth, making sure to mix in the cashew until the mixture is completely smooth and not at all gritty.
  2. This may be used by blending for a minute, waiting a few minutes, and then blending once more.
  3. Using a vessel, combine the sugar and cinnamon to make the topping, then set aside. Turn the microwave on to 425 °F.
  4. Place in the microwave: Coat the baking dish with oil. Use a baking dish made of ceramic or stoneware.
  5. Pour two-thirds of the custard into the baking dish, dunk every bit of loaf in the custard to coat it thoroughly, and then place it in the dish to bake, ensuring that the bread pieces overlap instead of being put and pressed together.
  6. After all the bread has been placed in the baking dish, brush the bread slices with more custard, then top with blueberries and cinnamon sugar. The baking dish should then be put in the oven and baked for fifteen to seventeen minutes, depending on the condition of the oven, the bread, and the thickness of the baking dish.
  7. The French toast becomes ready when the custard and bread edges begin to brown.
  8. And then, as the toasts tend to adhere to the baking dish as they cool, extract them from the dish while the inside is nicely hot. Move it to the dish or serving plate.
  • Prepare ahead of time: use artisan bread, put the custard on top, cover the dish securely with foil, and chill for the entire night. Take off the foil and bake as required. Add more custard and brush before baking.
  • Gluten-free: Make the custard with tapioca or cornstarch instead of flour, then make the French toast with gluten-free bread.
  • To make it nut-free, combine three heaping tablespoons of hemp seeds with three tablespoons of silken tofu.
Is this blueberry good for your health?
  • Yes, it is.
Nutritional facts:

Calories: 194 kcal.

Potassium: 134 mg.

Fiber: 2 g.

Sugar: 12 g.

Vitamin A: 151 IU.

Sodium: 136 mg.

Potassium: 134 mg.

Fat: 7 g.

Vitamin C: 3 mg.

Iron: 2 mg.

Carbohydrates: 28 g.

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