Sticky Peach French Toast Recipe
I don’t usually post unhealthy food, but sometimes you gotta let yourself have some sugary peach flavored fun!…
Anyway, here’s the recipe. It is super cheap but there isn’t much else redeeming about it. If you want to make a healthier version alternative ingredients are posted next to the ones I used in parenthesis.
What you need
- Baguette (whole wheat)
- 1 Can of Peaches (Fresh Peaches)
- 1 or 2 tsp Egg Replacer or Corn Starch or if desperate, flour
- soy milk
- sugar (agave nectar)
- Slice baguette at an extreme angle so the crust is about 1 ½ inches thick and the soft inside of the bread is very wide. (see photo)
- Mix soy milk with egg replacer until the mixture is about as thick as egg yolks.
- In a separate bowl, pour some of the juice from the can of peaches in to a bowl. Add sugar to peach juice until it can not dissolve anymore. Set aside.
- Pour “egg” mixture on to a plate and dip both sides of the bread, place bread on hot greased pan over low-med heat. Flip until brown on both sides.
- Turn the heat on high. Pour about 2 tsp of peach water mixture on to pan, the water will instantly start to evaporate, after about 2 seconds flip the french toast. Once peach water has mostly or totally evaporated/soaked, reduce heat and repeat with the rest of your bread.
- Top with sliced peaches from the can. No syrup necessary.