The ingredients are mad simple. You can check out the recipe list at the link below, but here they are.
As always, here is the disclaimer:
I’m not a chef, I’m not even a cook… I’m just a dude with shit in my fridge who likes to put things together…. thats all.
I don’t measure shit. I will add in something just because. I will pour a little beer in something if I happen to be drinking one. I’m just out’chea winging it.
I will say though, the shit I make turns out really, really good.
So, I’ve been traveling recently as you can see from the IG pics on the side of this site.
Great part is that I was on the other side of the earth and had some experiences that will never be duplicated. Bad part is that I caught a case of jet lag that is one for the ages and fxcked my life up for a week now.
The other day, I was fighting it and woke up at 3 in the morning and didn’t know what to do with myself. I got on the internets and decide to cook up some banana and Nutella stuffed vegan Freedom toast.
Here is the recipe I found.
VEGAN FRENCH TOAST – itdoesnttastelikechicken.com
Her recipe was easy enough to follow, but I was in a jet lag high and it was 4 in the morning so I decided to add some nutella and banana to the mix to really get it poppin and I think I came up with the best breffis in the history of breffis’es.
I will be using this the next time I have a shorty spending the night and she wants something nice and sweet when she wakes up…
Throw all of the ingredients in a food processor and blend until a smooth batter. No need to show that.
This is where the fun happens. You can be basic af and just use bread for freedom toast, or you can get jiggy like I did and get your nutella and banana sando on.
Once the sando is done, dip both sides in the batter and throw on the flat top or in the skillet or whatever and let it cook til crispy.
This is where you might have some issues and you will have to try it a couple of times to get yourself sorted.
The kind of bread you use will determine how crispy it will cook up. How long you cook it will determine how crispy it will cook up. What you use to cook it will determine how crispy it will cook up.
I’ve been using coconut oil recently. I used whole wheat bread. I cooked it for a few minutes on each side. So, honestly speaking mine was a little on the mushy side, but it was not a bad thing. The nutella and banana jelled together wonderfully and with just a little bit of maple syrup after it was finished made this one of the best things I have ever made at 5 in the morning, high off of jet lag and robitussin.