Egg Free French Toast Recipes For Baby

Egg Free French Toast Recipes


If you need to avoid eggs in your baby’s diet, these egg free French toast recipes make it possible for him to still enjoy this popular breakfast treat!

Eggless French toast is ideal if your baby suffers from an egg allergy, or if he is less than one year of age, in which case some professionals recommend avoiding egg white due to the risk of developing an allergy to eggs.

These recipes are suitable for babies who are comfortably enjoying finger foods and any ingredients used in these recipes should have first been separately introduced to your baby following the four day rule. This is to ensure that none of the ingredients trigger allergic reactions or digestive problems – or, if they do – enable you to pinpoint the problem food.

Remember: Always discuss the introduction of any new foods with your child’s doctor.

The following egg free French toast recipes for your baby are not just tasty – they’re nutritious too!

Egg free French toast with bananas

1 ripe banana
3 fl oz (around 1/3 cup) milk (you can use breastmilk/formula for younger babies, although using cow’s milk in cooking for your baby is acceptable after 6 months of age, provided there is no family history of cow’s milk allergy)
pinch cinnamon
drop vanilla essence
whole-wheat bread

Place all the ingredients (except the bread) into a food processor and blend well.
Dip in pieces of bread, making sure the mixture coats them well on both sides.
Fry in a little unsalted butter or oil over a high heat until golden.

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Egg free French toast with tofu

If tofu is new to your baby, visit our tofu information and recipes page for more details about this nutritious food and ways to incorporate it into your baby’s diet.

3 oz (1/3 cup) soft, silken tofu
2 fl oz (1/4 cup) milk
1 tbsp applesauce
pinch cinnamon
drop vanilla essence
whole-wheat bread

Combine all the ingredients (except the bread) in a blender and mix well.
Coat the bread with the mixture on both sides and fry in a little unsalted butter or oil, in a hot skillet/frying pan, until golden.

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