From Alice Enevoldsen
- ¼ Cup Flour
- 1 tsp Dark Brown Sugar
- a couple shakes of cinnamon
- 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil, Melted Margarine, or Other Butter Substitute 
- 1 tsp Cornstarch
- ½ Cup Oat/Soy/Rice Milk 
- a dash of vanilla extract
Cut into Strips (if you want strips, I haven’t tried this with whole slices)
- 4 slices sandwich-sized bread
Mix liquid and dry ingredients in a plate. Coat (do not soak) only as many strips of bread at a time as will fit into your skillet. In cooking words I would say “dredge” the bread strips in the goop.
Place immediately into low-heat lightly-greased skillet, cook till done – a couple minutes on each side. Hopefully you can get to a point on side 1 where the bread seems to be drying a little on the top before you flip, and then the bottom side that you flip up will be golden-brown.
I’ve been searching for a good, functional egg-free French Toast recipe for years. Thank goodness for Jennifer and Alyce on the WA-FEAST listserv who turned me on to the idea of making a very thin pancake batter, and using that. It is very close to exactly what I need. There’s one more recipe through them that I need to try – it relies on Xanthan Gum. The recipes on the vegan websites that use bananas, egg-replacer, or cornstarch never turn out for me. I wonder if I’m using the wrong bread.
This recipe is also shared with other allergy-friendly recipes at Cybele Pascal’s website .