- Bread5 Slices
- Milk1/2 Cups
- Custard Powder2 Tablespoons
- Sugar2 Tablespoons
- Vanilla Extract1/4 Teaspoons
- Butter5 Teaspoonssalted
Place 2 tbsp of custard powder in bowl and then add quarter a teaspoon of vanilla extract and 2 tbsp of sugar in it.
Then add half a cup of milk in the bowl. Mix well so that the mixture becomes smooth and the sugar is well dissolved.
Add half a teaspoon of butter in a pan and bring the pan over heat. Spread the butter well on the pan with the help of a spoon.
Now dip the bread slices in the custard mixture and allow the slices soak up the mixture. Do not make sure that the bread becomes damp.
Do stir the custard mixture well before dipping the slices so that the custard powder gets settled down.
Remove the bread slices and place them on the pan. Toast the slices over medium heat.
When the bread slices turn golden, turn them over and toast their other sides.
Transfer the slices to the serving plate.
Garnish the slices with some crushed cinnamon powder and serve these delicious eggless French toasts warm with a cup of coffee or tea.
French Toasts are quite popular all over the world and are mostly served in breakfast; kids are in love with these toasts. Normally, the recipe uses eggs, but for the vegetarians, I am presenting this quick and easy recipe. The recipe includes custard powder instead of eggs. The French toasts are crispy from the crust and soft from the inside. You can easily increase the ingredients by double amount as required. Almond milk or soy milk can also be used instead of dairy milk and vegetable oil can be used instead of butter. But if you use butter, I would suggest you to go for salted butter instead of unsalted butter, as it is better in taste. If you add 2 tbsp of cornstarch instead of custard powder, then add a teaspoon of vanilla extract too. Do fry the slices in batches (3 per batch) and use one and a half teaspoon of butter for each batch. I would suggest you using white bread for the recipe, but you may try the recipe with any bread of your choice such as brown bread, sandwich bread, or whole wheat bread.