I can’t believe I haven’t thought to do this before. So I’m bringing you this deliciously indulgent breakfast that you need to try this weekend. This is your sign to make this Easy Chocolate Stuffed French Toast recipe because once you try it, there will be no turning back. And tossed in a batter you wouldn’t believe is vegan!
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This Easy Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French Toast recipe is your choice of thick cut bakery bread (I used high fiber white loaf) topped with berries, pistachios, dark maple syrup and of course, stuffed with premium chocolate. Perfect for this holiday brunch recipes choice or mid-week pick me up. The key to this amazing breakfast recipe is in the ingredients. Stop what you’re doing and get yourself some Purdy’s Vegan Chocolates or even the Chocolate Advent Calendar to make this sweet and savory breakfast recipe. Of course you can use any chocolate for this recipe, but stick to my recommendation for best results! Speaking of quality ingredients, get yourself a fresh baked loaf of white or sourdough bread. and I mean THICK! Follow these simple instructions for the absolute best eggs and butter-free Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French toast.
How do you make easy vegan chocolate stuffed french toast?
What is Stuffed French toast?
This should go without saying, but I’m about to say it anyways: This Easy Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French Toast is a thick slice of sourdough or high fiber bread slices (to hold its shape), loaded with all vegan chocolate chunks.
How to make vegan chocolate Stuffed French toast
To start, Simply add the cinnamon, tofu, plant-based milk, sugar and tbsp or tsp vanilla to a blender to create the delicious batter. Choose your favourite chocolate, create a small slit down one side of the thick piece of bread and stuff the piece of chocolate down the centre.
When choosing the type of bread to use, look for something that holds its shape well! This will look something like a vegan brioche bread, sourdough bread, high fiber loaf or high density white bread. Make sure not to get it sliced ahead of time!
How long does French toast take to make?
Not long at all! From start to finish, Vegan Dark Chocolate Stuffed French toast takes no longer than 15 minutes prep time and up to 30 minutes total time. Now that all the prep work is done, it’s time to get cooking! Make the perfect Mother’s Day or Christmas morning breakfast in no time at all by first heating up the frying pan. Feel free to use what you’re most comfortable with. Instead of a non-stick pan, we usually opt for a cast iron skillet or stainless steel pan.
Now it’s time to get our hands dirty, place the bread in the batter and fully coat the outside. As a result there’s no need to let sit and soak throughout, it should be fully coated upon contact. transfer the piece of bread directly to the buttered pan to fry for about 5-7 minutes. When the French toast is crispy and golden brown on the outside, remove the slice of bread from heat and your chocolate should be perfectly melted on the inside.
Here’s where you can really start to have fun with your vegan chocolate French toast dish. To add some personality to this vegan holiday breakfast, use your choice of berries such as blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, or strawberry. Similarly, I took the liberty of adding plenty of dark maple syrup (my favourite) and a hand-full of crushed pistachios. Other great toppings include whipped cream, icing sugar, vegan honey and cocoa powder.
FAQ for Easy Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French Toast
Is French toast good for you?
For all accurate nutrition information, put this recipe into MyFitnessPal for all calories, fiber, protein, carbohydrates, sugar, sodium etc.
Where can I get Stuffed French toast?
Some restaurants around North America offer a variety of French toast. But try making this Vegan Easy Chocolate Stuffed French Toast recipe for a homemade version made even better than the restaurant version.
What can you stuff French toast with?
You can stuff Vegan French Toast with just about anything you like! And it is recommended to incorporate vegan chocolate or caramel. Nuts and berries also work for added texture.
Why is my French toast soggy?
Either you have let the French toast soak in the batter too long, you did not fry on a high enough heat, or the bread is too thin/not strong enough to hold it’s shape. Alternatively try using a vegan brioche, sourdough or high fiber loaf of bread.
Why doesn’t my French toast get crispy?
This usually occurs when a pan is either not made hot enough, the French toast is not left to fry for long enough, or not enough butter(vegan) was added to the pan.
can you store French toast batter?
You can store This Vegan Homemade French Toast Batter in the fridge for up to 3 days. For instance, simply add a tablespoon of plant-based milk to rehydrate.
Should I butter my pan for French toast?
Yes, you should always butter your pan at a medium heat or high heat for crispy golden-brown edges.
Should French toast be wet in the middle?
No, French toast should remain spongy and soft in the middle without being soggy. Be sure to serve immediately after frying in order to avoid a soggy middle.
What other recipes are like Easy Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French Toast?
Try making this Fancy Vegan French Toast or this Granola-Crusted Candied Peach French Toast for more recipes like this easy vegan chocolate Stuffed French toast recipe!
Where can I see more recipes like this?
Follow @gregsvegangourmet and @itslivb on instagram, Facebook, Pinterest YouTube and TikTok for daily gourmet vegan comfort food and every day classic recipes and inspiration!
Follow @purdyschocolatier for amazing plant-based chocolates made in Canada and special seasonal items like this vegan chocolate advent calendar.Print
Easy Chocolate Stuffed French Toast (Vegan)
- Total Time: 30
- Yield: 1
This Easy Vegan Chocolate Stuffed French Toast recipe is your choice of thick cut bakery bread (I used high fiber white loaf) topped with berries, pistachios, dark maple syrup and of course, stuffed with premium chocolate. Perfect for this holiday brunch recipes choice or mid-week pick me up.
For the Batter:
- 1/2 block firm tofu (approx 6 oz.)
- 1 cup plant-based milk
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1/2 – 1 tbsp vanilla (I like a lot of vanilla)
- 1 tsp cinnamon
For the French Toast:
- 2 tbsp Vegan butter for frying
- 1 large loaf of your favourite bread cut into a 2″ slice
- Maple syrup
- Handful of blackberries & blueberries
- 10–20g of dark chocolate (Used Purdy’s Chocolatier brand)
- Powdered sugar (optional)
- Pistachios (optional)
- Start by making the batter: add the tofu, plant-based milk, sugar, vanilla and cinnamon to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour batter into a shallow bowl.
- On a cutting board, slice the load into a 2″ thick rectangle ( wide enough to slice a small slit into one side. Add the vegan chocolate into the slit when cut.
- Heat a frying pan to medium heat and add some vegan butter. When it starts to sizzle, dip the slice of bread into the batter, then quickly dip the other sides. Allow any excess to drip off, then place in the pan. Cook a few minutes per side until golden brown. Remove from heat.
- Add pistachios, Berries, powdered sugar and maple syrup (if desired!).
- Prep Time: 15
- Cook Time: 15