Vegan Eggnog French Toast

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Hello & Happy Monday!!





I know it’s the first Monday after the holidays and you’re probably maxed out on sweets and holiday eats, but I’m telling you.. 



There is always room for some Eggnog French toast.. 


Truth: If there is one thing that shouldn’t be seasonal, eggnog would be it. 



This recipe came to life when I was craving something breakfast oriented for Christmas. 



While I love pancakes, I truly love french toast, not plain french toast, but the fun french toast. 


If you’re like me and jump at the opportunity to get some variety in your french toast you have to try this fab recipe for vegan Eggnog French Toast






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Why this recipe rocks:






Tons of flavor

Great for kids

Great for entertaining

Made overnight 




























Vegan Eggnog French Toast







Serves 4

Vegan Eggnog French Toast

25 minPrep Time

10 minCook Time

35 minTotal Time

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  • 1 loaf bread
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 5-7 tbs Follow Your Heart vegan egg
  • 2 1/2 cups vegan Silk eggnog
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp nutmeg


  1. Slice the bread and lay it out on a glass baking pan. In a large bowl mix the vegan egg with the cold egg nog and whisk together to remove any clumps. Add the rest of the ingredients, combine, then pour over the bread. Cover the tray and store in the fridge overnight. Rotate the slices midway to ensure an even coat.
  2. When ready, remove and cook in a pan over medium heat. Serve hot, top with syrup, and powdered sugar as desired.














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  1. How many hours before I rotate the bread? It seems like it would be soggy overnight.
    • Surprisingly it doesn't make the bread soggy! I didn't over saturate mine with the mixture, but it was generously coated and the bread pieces were large. I would rotate them after a few hours! You can always skip soaking overnight, but I find it makes any french toast concept taste a million times better!

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