It’s not a secret that I’m obsessed with my new waffle maker. I was in the process of making french toast and then I saw it just staring back at me, beckoning to try to make waffled french toast. At first I thought it might stick too much, but then I realized it shouldn’t be worse than waffle batter. I’m glad I gave it a shot because it was awesome. I used Silk Pumpkin Spice soy milk, pumpkin spices, pureed pumpkin, and arrowroot. I thought about making a pumpkin agave syrup, but I ate these as is with my fingers. They were crispy and sweet and delicious.
For 8 slices of french toast:
- 1 cup Silk Pumpkin Spice soy milk
- 2 Tbsp pumpkin puree
- 2 Tbsp arrowroot (or cornstarch)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice (or a mixture of cinnamon, cloves, allspice, nutmeg and ginger)
- 8 slices of bread
- cooking spray
Whisk the milk, pumpkin, vanilla, and spices together and pour half in a sandwich container (or other bowl).
Soak the bread one slice at a time.
Spray waffle maker and cook for a few minutes (mine goes until it stops steaming).
After 4 slices, add the rest of the batter and continue with the last 4 slices.
- I’m all about 1 dish recipes, but this is easier to whisk in another bowl and then pour into a sandwich container to soak the bread.
- My waffle maker says you only have to spray the surface the first time you use it, but I had to spray it for every piece of toast.
- Feel free to skip the waffle maker and make standard french toast.