Sunday, October 24, 2010

Taste of Aloha Part Five: Hawaiian French Toast

The best sweet breakfast item you can fix for a local Hawaiian themed
morning, is by far the Sweet Bread French Toast. I helped you through
a vegan sweet bread, the rest is easy from there.

You can mix up a french toast batter with a few simple ingredients

1 cup of soymilk
1 cup applesauce
a few tablespoons flour
1 tsp cinnamon

macadamia nuts (opt)-- I used walnuts here because they are pretty
hard to find or usually expensive unless you're lucky!

You slice the bread nice and thick and soak in the batter flipping
to make sure each side is coated, than dip it in the chopped nuts
before dropping on to a heated/greased pan over medium-high heat.



The non-vegan sweet bread comes in huge long rectangular loaves,
but I had some abnormal shapes to use up here.



We also added some sliced pineapple to the pan to serve grilled over
the french toast.



Now if only we had some coconut syrup to top it all off...

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