French toast can become boring after a while, but instead of changing what you top the toast with, how about changing the bread itself? That’s right, you can make French toast from different kinds of bread, and the recipe below will show you how to do just that with Paleo-approved banana bread.
That’s where things get exciting, because you can try out your favorite toppings (or new ones!) with different types of bread. Imagine how strawberries or blueberries might taste on a slab of buttered banana bread? Yum!
You can also go full-banana and top your banana bread with sliced bananas. Go crazy and try other fruits too, like starfruit, kiwis, or melons.
Now while this recipe calls for already-baked Paleo-approved banana bread, you can also substitute coconut bread if you do not have any of the banana bread on hand. Otherwise, this may seem like your average French toast recipe, but it’s all about the bread here when it comes to getting the Paleo seal of approval.
Paleo French Toast
● 1 loaf of Paleo banana bread, already baked
1. First, you will need to bake your preferred Paleo banana bread, which can be done the night before.
2. Slice the bread into ½-inch thick slices and set aside.
3. Preheat a skillet to 350 degrees.
4. In a mixing bowl, beat the eggs, cinnamon, sea salt, and almond or coconut milk until well scrambled.
5. Once your skillet is preheated, grease the skillet.
6. Carefully dredge the bread slices in the egg mixture, making sure that it is completely covered, then place the slices in the skillet.
7. Cook for three to four minutes, then flip and cook for another three to four minutes.
8. Remove from the pan and serve on a plate with fresh fruit, grass-fed butter, or pure maple syrup.