Bananas Foster French Toast is the brunch obsession I never knew I needed in my life. Why I’ve been sleeping on french toast, I have no idea. But now that we’ve been reunited, it’s a love affair for the ages. So let’s talk about how to make your new paleo friendly brunch option so we can be obsessed together (but at least 6 ft. apart because ya know, rules).
As per usual, I’ve created this recipe as a single serving. However, it could easily be adapted for more people. It could also be made with regular bread if you’re able to tolerate gluten. Personally, I love using my favorites from base culture. Finding a good paleo bread can be challenging because they don’t always absorb the egg in the same way. But I’ve had great luck with them!
To make sure that everything times out well and that I’m minimizing on the amount of dishes I have to do, I always start with the french toast before adding the bananas into the mix. I’ve also opted for the alcohol free version of bananas foster for today’s brunch. But I’ll happily take a mimosa or a latte please!
Bananas Foster French Toast INGREDIENTS
eggs (preferably pasture raised)
unsweetened vanilla almond milk
OTHER breakfast IDEAS:
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Paleo Bananas Foster French Toast
My favorite Sunday brunch recipe that combines one of my favorite breakfasts with one of my favorite recipes. Plus, it's gluten free, dairy free & refined sugar free!
- 1 banana, sliced into 1 inch chunks
- 2 tbsp coconut sugar
- 1/2 tbsp coconut oil
In a shallow dish, mix together eggs, cinnamon, vanilla extract and almond milk
Add both slices of bread in to soak & absorb the egg mixture.*
Heat up a medium fry pan on medium heat
Add your 1/2 tbsp of coconut oil and then your soaked bread.
Cook for 2-3 minutes per side until the egg is cooked and lightly brown.
Remove your cooked French toast and set aside.
If you're using vegan butter, add now to let it melt from the residual heat.
On a small plate, place your banana slices and sprinkle with a bit of coconut sugar. Save the remaining sugar to add to the bananas in the pan.
Add coconut oil to your medium pan on medium heat.**
Next add in your banana slices. Cook for 15 seconds and then add in a bit more coconut sugar.
Cook for another 15 seconds until the sugar has lightly caramelized.
Remove from heat and pour over your French toast.
Top with maple syrup if using. Enjoy!
*Depending on the bread you use, it might need a little longer to absorb the mix. I soaked mine for 2-3 minutes per side.
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