Oddbox x Minor Figures: Clementine & Cinnamon Sugar French Toast

Lazy weekend mornings are made for this caramelised clementine and cinnamon sugar french toast. Light and airy french toast made with a warming vanilla and clementine zest vegan custard and sweet cinnamon sugar. Every piece of toast is soft, buttery, and custardy inside, but crisp and caramelised on the outside with just the right amount of cinnamon sugar. Served with clementine segments for the perfect pairing. 

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  • No clementines? Use mandarins or oranges instead. 
  • No vegan butter? Use coconut oil instead.

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Total time: 20 minutes

Servings: 2


3 Clementines

250 ml Minor Figures Oat Milk 

25 g Cornflour

1 tbsp Flax seed

1 tsp Baking powder

1 tsp Vanilla extract

1 tbsp Ground cinnamon

2 tbsp Caster sugar

4 tbsp Vegan butter (for cooking )

2 tbsp Olive oil (for cooking )

4 slice Thick sliced loaf bread

Maple syrup (for serving )


  1. Make the batter: In a shallow bowl, wide enough to hold a piece of bread, whisk together the oat milk, zest of the clementines, cornflour, ground flaxseeds, baking powder and vanilla.
  2. Prepare the clementines: Peel the skin off and separate the segments removing any of the bitter white membranes. Set aside.
  3. Make the cinnamon sugar: In a small bowl, mix together the ground cinnamon and caster sugar. Set aside. 
  4. Cook the french toasts: Add a little bit of vegan butter and a little oil to a non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat and melt. Whisk the batter again right before dipping bread, as the cornflour will settle to the bottom of the bowl. Work one toast at a time to avoid getting soggy bread.
  5. Dip a slice of the bread in the batter until covered - do not over soak the bread slice. Place the french toast in the pan and move it around for a few seconds until the bottom creates a thin layer of crust which will prevent the toast from sticking to the pan. Cook for a minute, or until golden brown then flip the toast on the other side and move the toast around in the pan for a few seconds again until a thin layer of crust is created. Add more vegan butter/oil to the pan as needed in between pieces of bread.
  6. Serve: As soon as the french toast comes off the pan, finish it with a light sprinkle of cinnamon sugar, fresh clementine segments, and a drizzle of maple syrup. Enjoy! 
Clementine & Cinnamon Sugar French Toast on a white plate

How to store

We recommend eating the french toast freshly cooked, however you can prepare the batter ahead of time and keep it in the fridge for up to 2 days.