Social Pantry vegan French toast recipe

Alex Head – founder of Social Pantry – has created a wonderful Vegan French Toast, which is plant based and filled with banana, maple syrup, lots of fresh fruit and a sprinkle of cinnamon in celebration of Veganuary.

This Veganuary, London’s caterers with a conscience, Social Pantry have created a special plant-based version of brunch favourite, French toast.

You can find it at any of their three London café’-restaurants, Soane’s Kitchen in Ealing, Crane’s Kitchen in Peckham, or Social Pantry Café in Battersea.

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Or, if you want to create this at home, here’s the recipe.


Social Pantry Vegan French Toast

Serves 4


200g ripe banana1 tsp of cinnamon (or to taste)300ml Coconut Milk20g cornflower60ml pure maple syrup8 slices of your favourite breadOil for frying

To serveSeasonal berry compoteFresh fruitCoconut YoghurtSomething crunchy – we used a nut brittle, but you could substitute in your favourite granola or toasted seeds


1. Preheat oven to 160C. 2. Blitz all French Toast ingredients, apart from bread and oil, in a food processor until smooth. 3. Soak the bread in the mixture, turning over when fully soaked in. 4. Bake the toast in the oven for 5-10minutes, to firm toast up. 5. Heat the oil in a pan and fry until golden brown on each side. 6. Enjoy with a dollop of compote, coconut yoghurt, and a sprinkle of something crunchy.

We had the opportunity to taste this delicious dish and can certainly vouch for its exquisite taste.

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