This morning I went straight for French toasts. I am working on some delicious gluten free brioche bread recipe and what to do with the leftovers…? Gluten free French toast!
This recipe is for one/two persons but you can double the amounts if you need more.
I love French toast: it is such a simple recipe, yet so tasty and easy to make.
Crack one egg in a bowl and start to beat it with a fork along with the salt and the sugar. As an alternative to the classic caster sugar, I used coconut sugar. It has a low glycemic level and it is very flavory. To me, they both work beautifully for this recipe.
Add the vanilla seeds from the bean, pour the rice milk and continue to whisk until thoroughly blended.
Dip the brioche bread slices in the egg mixture and allow both sides to soak up in it.
Take a large pan, put butter and over medium heat. Add the brioche bread. When one side turns golden brown, flip it and let the other get the same colour.
Enjoy them the way you like it the most: I went with a dusting of powdered sugar and fresh fruit. Yummy!
For 4 small slices of gf brioche bread
– 100 gr rice milk
– 1 egg
– 1 full tablespoon of caster sugar
(or 1 full tablespoon of coconut sugar)
– a pinch of salt
– half vanilla bean
– 1 tablespoon of sweet unsalted butter