There are matches that are made in heaven, and just off the top of my head I can think of a few: fries and ketchup, cookies and milk, chips and salsa, and yes... the famous... peanut butter and jelly. It's a childhood classic for a reason, and for me, the fun of eating means going back to those early favorites. The recipe we're sharing today, which was filmed and created specially for our friends at the amazing non-profit Vegan Outreach, is the perfect combo of one of Carlos's favorites (French toast), and mine (pb and j). This means that just in time for Valentine's Day, we decided to make a love hybrid-love baby-breakfast goodie.... 'cause nothing is more romantic than breakfast. Enter the pb and j stuffed French toast, trust me when I tell you you're not prepared for the amazing layers of flavor you'll get with this dish. It's pure bliss on a plate.Read More
We always spend so much time getting ready for big holiday meals. We plan our decor, get some pretty centerpieces for the table, plan our main course and go slightly overboard on the sides and appetizers, we bake pies and even cookies for a post-meal coffee or tea, but we hardly ever think of what special treat we're going to serve when we wake up the next day! This is one of those recipes that will have you drooling while you chit chat with family about the night before, or get started on those stockings.
This recipe for yummy vegan french toast is so easy, and we're kicking it up a notch by adding a very fancy topping that really takes only 5 minutes to prepare (hey! no one will know!). You'll need extra maple syrup of course and a pat of non-dairy butter too.Read More