french toast

a recipe to use your old and dry bread.

for 3

3 tablespoons of chick pea flour

125 ml planted milk

1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar

1 teaspoon of cinnamon

maple syrup

little poppy seed

bread slices

1 hand full of blueberries

1-2 bananas

old bread

whisk the flour with the milk, the vanilla sugar and the cinnamon in a deep plate. heat the coconut oil in a frying pan. dip the bread slices in the mixture until they are totally covered. put the stove on middle heat and fry the slices at every side during 3-4 minutes until they are gold brown. serve the french toast with a topping you like or in this case like in my recipe with bananas, blueberries, little poppy seed, cinnamon and maple syrup.

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