French toast with seasonal fruit

Current rating: 4.4 (17 ratings)
Serves 4
Prep 5
Cook 15
This French toast is the perfect weekend brunch for when you’re wanting something special. Choose fruit that is in season so you can enjoy this recipe all year round.

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This French toast is the perfect weekend brunch for when you’re wanting something special. Choose fruit that is in season so you can enjoy this recipe all year round.

Love this recipe? It's one of the good-for-you and easy-to-make recipes from 12 before 12, our NEW healthy eating and cooking guide for kids.

12 before 12 is a super-dooper food adventure that teaches kids how to shop, prep, cook and eat their way to a healthy life. To learn more about this exciting new education initiative and to download your FREE digital copy visit 12before12.sanitarium.com.au 


 
  • 250mL So Good Regular Soy Milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tbs brown sugar
  • ½ tsp ground cinnamon
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  • 1 tbs margarine
  • 8 slices of wholegrain bread
  • ½ cup soy yoghurt
  • 2 cups diced seasonal fruit (eg banana, stone fruit, berries)
  • 2 tbs pure maple syrup

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  1. Use a fork to whisk milk, eggs, brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla in a shallow dish. 
  2. Heat a little of the margarine in a large frypan over medium heat. Dip each slice of bread in milk mixture for 5-10 seconds each side. Cook for 3-4 minutes each side or until golden and crispy. Repeat with remaining bread. 
  3. Serve french toast topped with soy yoghurt and seasonal fruit. Drizzle over maple syrup.

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