pumpkin spice french toast

Jason and I snuck away for a few days of relaxation at the beach. I spent Saturday making my protein cookie haunted house and catching up on important magazine reading, while Jason brought his mobile music studio and is working on music.

Yesterday we went into town and walked along the bay front – visiting all the places I enjoyed as a kid! This morning we walked around the marina early – foggy, rainy and stormy, and now we are cozy inside – just what we wanted.

While I am gone I have a delicious giveaway for a couple of my readers…

The holiday flavors of So Delicious Coconut Milk are available again, and in addition to Nog and Chocolate Mint, there is a new flavor this year, Pumpkin Spice.

In addition to having amazing flavor, they are low in fat and sugar, are made with organic, non-GMO verified coconuts, and are soy-free, gluten-free, and vegan. But did I tell you they all taste amazing?

They also make awesome vegan french toast…

pumpkin spice french toast

dairy, egg and gluten free, vegan

makes six pieces

1/2 (6 ounce) container silken tofu
1/3 cup pumpkin spice coconut milk
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla paste or vanilla
6 pieces your favorite gluten free bread

Combine all ingredients in food processor. Thin with more liquid as necessary (silken tofu varies in consistency). Pour into shallow bowl, dip bread pieces into batter and cook on a griddle over medium heat, a minute or two on each side, until cooked through and golden.

The folks at So Delicious offered to give some VIP coupons to a couple of my readers, just in time for the start of the holidays. Make some french toast with some of it, will you?

Two readers will receive two VIP coupons for free product.

To enter, leave a comment for each:

1) What is your favorite holiday beverage?

2) If you won, what would you make with these flavors? or would you just drink them?

3) Tweet it!  –>     enter to win So Delicious Holiday beverages from @spabettie – two winners! –> http://www.spabettie.com/?p=10790

Enter through midnight Thursday November 1. Winners selected via random number generator and notified via email on Friday November 2.

Cheers – the holidays are coming!




  1. says

    My favorite holiday beverage is sparkling apple cider. You know, the one that comes in the fancy bottles :)

    (French toast looks delicious by the way. I’ve never tried a vegan version before. In your opinion, does it taste similar?)

  2. says

    Ooooh, I want that coconut milk and that Pumpkin Spice French Toast!! It’s early, but you’ve gotten my taste buds going big time. 😉 Must seek out this So Coconut milk. I’ve never even had their Nog yet, but I know folks love it.

    Enjoy your time away, dear! xo,

  3. says

    Enjoy your trip! And I must make this recipe. I don’t know that I have a fave holiday beverage. I know most people choose egg nog but I never cared for it. Well….I did figure out that I liked the silk version. And it works well as a cocktail 😉

  4. says

    The weather is finally turning cold here in VA and I’m instantly craving holiday drinks! Funny how that works. My favorite holiday drink is hot chocolate with Baileys Irish Cream (this year I’ll experiment with a vegan recipe). If I won, I’d make the chocolate mint coconut milk into hot chocolate. Yum!

  5. Emily says

    I’m an eggnog girl (with a little rum, if I’m feeling feisty) girl. I also can’t get enough hot chocolate with mini marshmallows!

  6. says

    I am juicing right now, so looking at this is a special form of torture – but I just can’t help myself, that french toast looks so dang good!

    My favorite holiday drink is definitely the chocolate peppermint soy milk by West Soy!

  7. Jordan says

    I love Silk mint chocolate and Rice Nog, but I’m dying to try out SoDelicious’ holiday drinks! Thanks for the giveaway :)

  8. Emily says

    My favorite holiday beverages are hot apple cider, peppermint tea, and coffee with vegan pumpkin creamer- So delicious! (Pun very much intended…)


  9. bitt says

    Mmm yum. I have actually never tried their pumpkin spice nog. I would probably make a smoothie with it. Or just drink it. Or dip cookies into it!

    My favorite holiday drink is chai.

    • spabettie says

      hi Alexis – its funny you say that about silken tofu! I use it a lot, and the last two times I tried to find it I couldn’t… the first time I just assumed they were out, the second I asked for it and it had been moved! it was in the middle of the store, dry goods (I used to find it in the cold area with the rest of the tofu…) perhaps they just moved it somewhere else? seems weird they would just stop carrying it, right?


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