How to make French toast bread from scratch
A recipe for french toast bread is a simple, easy-to-make, low-carb bread that will satisfy your craving for French toast and taste great!
You can even add some of your favourite cheeses for an extra flavour and texture!
This bread recipe will give you a nice and hearty breakfast option for a busy family meal or a quick snack during the day.
If you’re looking for a simple recipe for French Toast bread, you can find the recipe on my French Toast blog.
The basic recipe uses a mixture of ground flax seeds and oats.
You can also add some butter to the flour, as long as you keep the fat level at around 10% – 20%.
The flaxseed mixture is used to make the dough.
It will be a bit thicker and more sticky than normal flour, so make sure to stir in enough flour to make it a bit tacky.
After all the flax is in the dough, it can be put back in the bowl and the dough will be easier to work with later.
To make this French toast, you will need the following ingredients:1 1/2 cups flax seed flour1/2 cup rolled oats, chopped1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts1 cup shredded coconut1 cup melted butter1/3 cup sugar2 tbsp vegetable oil1 tsp salt1 tsp baking powder1 tsp bicarbonate of soda1 tsp turmeric1 tsp cinnamon1 tsp clovesIn the bowl of a food processor or blender, mix the fluelless flax flour, flaxmeal, oats, coconut, walnuts, coconut oil, butter, sugar, vegetable oil and salt until a smooth dough forms.
The dough should be a fairly sticky, elastic dough.
Once you have formed it, add the coconut oil and stir the dough together until it forms into a ball.
You will need about 1 1/4 cups of dough for the dough to be a firm ball.
Now, roll the dough into a rectangle.
If your bread recipe calls for a circle, you may have to add a few extra pieces of dough to make sure you get the right shape.
To do this, place the circle on a lightly floured surface and roll it out until it’s a rectangle, but still have room for the remaining dough to expand.
The next step is to cut the dough in half and place them in the fridge for 30 minutes to allow them to firm up.
The dough should now be soft and stretchy enough to roll into a loaf, but not so soft that it will crack when you try to eat it.
After the dough is ready, add your flax mixture to the dough and mix until the mixture forms a paste.
This paste will be very sticky, so it’s best to stir it in slowly.
After about 10 minutes, the paste should be thick enough to stick to the back of a cutting board, but firm enough to hold onto the surface.
This process will also help keep the paste from sticking to the bread.
When you’re ready to eat, remove the dough from the fridge and transfer to a cutting mat, or greased baking tray, for the bread to sit on.
Once the bread is done, slice it into small pieces and serve it up.
I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I did writing it! Enjoy!