Paleo French Toast
Paleo French Toasts are a fun, easy, and deliciously sweet breakfast recipe perfect for fixing your bread craving.
These Paleo toasts are made 100% gluten-free, grain-free, and keto-friendly bread.
If you love coconut flour, almond meal, and eggs, you will be amazed by this paleo toast recipe.
What Are Paleo Toasts?
Paleo Frensh Toasts are a simple breakfast recipe made with paleo ingredients.
They don’t include any highly-refined ingredients and make a healthy breakfast option.
How To Make Paleo Toasts
It made perfect bread as a French toast base. It soaks up the egg mixture pretty well and won’t break at all. This recipe is inspired by my mum’s classic french toast recipe.
I simply swap regular milk for coconut milk and used coconut oil instead of butter.
So all you need are a few basic ingredients:
- Paleo Bread – I used Almond Turmeric Cricket Bread, but you can use my keto bread loaf recipe if preferred.
- Coconut milk – opt for unsweetened coconut milk, or swap for your favorite low-carb milk alternative to reduce carbs.
- Vanilla – to bring the best taste.
- Granulated Sugar of Choice – if you are on a low-carb diet, opt for erythritol. Otherwise, you can pick coconut sugar or cane sugar.
- Coconut Oil – if you don’t like the taste of coconut, choose refined coconut oil.
Making Paleo Toast
Once you’ve picked your bread, prepare the paleo toast mixture.
Whisk together the eggs, plant-based milk, cinnamon, granulated sweetener, and vanilla until the mixture is pale yellow.
You don’t want large bits of egg yolks as it’ll give a stronger taste to parts of the paleo toasts.
Dunk each side of the bread slices into the mixture and place them on a hot crepe pan or skillet with a touch of coconut oil.
Let the bread darken on the first side for about one minute and flip it to cook the other side.
Serving Paleo Toasts
I served these paleo french toast in two ways, on a plate or as a stack with your favorite fresh fruits and spreads.
If you’re not on a low-carb diet, I recommend slices of banana, strawberries, and blueberries.
Add to the top a drizzle of maple syrup or sugar-free maple syrup and you have a delicious and healthy breakfast.
I hope you enjoyed this simple paleo french toast recipe. Have a lovely time in the kitchen!
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