Banana& Walnut French Toast (Eggless)

By Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen - Sunday, March 16, 2014

Sandwiches are a regular breakfast option in our place. Mostly during weekends, i always bake a loaf of Whole Wheat bread, incase we go out, my lil fella needs something to nibble, that too home-made,coz he is allergic to most of the store-bought food items.  Even Chocolates, he likes only Lindt Dark Chocolate, the regular milk chocolates doesn't suit him!!! hmm, so with a loaf of bread in hand, sandwich is the quickest breakfast i make on a sluggy weekend morning!!! 
Today's recipe is made on request from my elder one. We were watching, Food Food, now don't exclaim "oh wow, your kid allows you to watch cooking channel, very good". No, it was only for 30 minutes,that too after a day full of ben 10, gumball, oggy and little wild-life!!! While doing so, a lady was whipping up this french toast for her kiddo, he immediately asked me to make this and what he said next proved him to be my son!. He said "amma, this has eggs, since we don't use eggs, use flax-seeds! I smiled from mouth to ear with little(loads) of proud! ;)
8 slices of Whole wheat bread
2 nos banana
1/4 Cup chopped walnut
1 tbsp maple syrup/honey (optional)
1 tbsp vanilla flavored custard powder
1/4 cup milk
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp butter

  • Boil milk in  pan, add custard powder and sugar, whisk well until the custard dissolved completely. Keep aside until use.
  • Peel and chop the banana into roundels. Arrange 6-8 roundels on a slice of bread, top with a tsp of walnut pieces, add 1/2 tsp of maple syrup, dab little butter on top and close it with another slice of bread.
  • Heat a pan, add a dab of butter to it, hold the sandwich in your hands, and carefully dip one side of the bread into the custard infused milk, flip and dip the other side too.This should happen very quickly, do not soak the bread. 
  • Place the custard dipped bread sandwich on the hot pan and toast both sides using butter until golden brown. Serve hot with some sliced banana and little maple butter drizzled.

This goes to Cooking from Cookbook Challenge,a weekly evening happenng @ +Srivalli Jetti 

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  1. Yummy breakfast love it priya

  2. This is our fav breakfast toast I add some chocolate chips to it :) looks yuummm dear :)

  3. Heathy combo........ Perfect for breakfast!!

  4. this is such a lovely idea... awesome toast... my kids will love this...

  5. Yum toast and a filling breakfast.

  6. Very interesting version of french toast priya, if kids eat these it's so good right..

  7. My younger one will have this toast without any fuss.

  8. You are right, I, watch oogy all the time :/ French toast looks awesome, your kids must have enjoyed them :)

  9. haha.. your older one is smart. He even knows flax seeds are used as a substitute for eggs! Looks like a perfect breakfast.

  10. Wow, youe son is super smart :-) Situation in our house is almost similar with kid programs on tv almost all the time.
    French toast looks awesome.


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