The Three Bears Superfood Porridge
It’s fair to say that this vegan breakfast recipe’s unique combination of both fruit and vegetables are “just right” if you’re looking to start your day off with a serious health kick. The recipe calls for mashed bananas to be mixed with zucchini and carrots as well as vegan staples like chia seeds using either water or whichever milk substitute you prefer to blend it all in with rolled oats.
Easy Sunday Morning Big Cooked Breakfast
An old fashioned breakfast fry up is something that many people would assume a vegan would have to consign to their past but this vegan breakfast recipe shows yet again that a vegan’s diet is only limited by their imagination and ability to source meat-substitutes. It is somewhat of undertaking to do the “Full Monty” for this recipe with certain components like the tofu scramble having their own separate recipes but so long as you have the time in the morning, there are few more satisfying ways to start your day.
Cranberry Orange Pumpkin Muffins
A vegan breakfast recipe that’s probably best to bake the night before as it does take just under an hour to complete, these fresh and zingy tasting muffins are ideal if you like to eat your breakfast during your morning commute. The recipe calls for oats, canned pumpkin, and bananas to provide the batter for the muffins to which other spices and flavours can be added if you wish.
Raspberry Chia Breakfast Jars
This refreshing start to the day can be prepped and made within just 15 minutes (though they do need to chill in a refrigerator overnight) and is charmingly presented in a jar. It’s a sweet and light treat that can be fused together using either tofu yoghurt or cashew cream if you want it to be even creamier and soy-free.
Scrambled ‘Egg’ on Toast
Scrambled eggs is a breakfast staple that meat-eaters and vegetarians pretty much take for granted but would seem beyond the reach of a vegan’s dietary restrictions but this brilliant yet simple vegan breakfast recipe solves this once and for all. Basically, it replaces egg with mashed tofu that is fried and seasoned to replicate and equal this simple breakfast dish.
Chickpea Omelette Mix
Another breakfast dish that one would assume wouldn’t be part of a vegan’s morning regime but this clever little recipe has found of contradicting the old proverb about making an omelette. This a base recipe, so feel free the add other flavourings and ingredients to suit your tastes. It does require the mixture to prepared and refrigerated beforehand but other than that, this makes for a delicious and nutritious first meal of the day.
Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowls
They say that limitation breeds innovation and this unique breakfast idea proves that the restrictions on a vegan’s diet can provide inspiration like this. Sweet potato is hardly something you’d expect served up as the first meal of the day but this interesting recipe subverts such conventions to provide a hearty and healthy breakfast mixing fresh greens and savoury granola into the dish. It may not be to everyone’s tastes but it will certainly benefit the more adventurous vegan.
Raw Strawberry Oat Breakfast Bars
So long as you have the foresight to get them prepared the night before (the recipe asks for 4 hours of dehydration for the mixture), breakfast bars are perfect for those who find they never have enough time in the morning. This particular recipe gorgeously combines raw peanut butter, banana, and strawberries in the oat bar and is very easy to prepare for a tasty start to your mornings.
Vegan Buttermilk Waffles
This vegan breakfast recipe is a kind of comfort food that’ll be sure to keep you on the straight and narrow if you start feeling a vegan’s diet is restrictive when it comes to junk food. This video contains a helpful video demonstrating how the recipe’s creator has substituted the animal products that would normally go in waffles like eggs and butter with vegan appropriate ingredients that produce the same result: a delicious, hot, fluffy waffle.
Strawberry & Banana Breakfast Mush
If you’re someone who can find solid food can be a bit much first thing in the morning, then this recipe will help you get your day started in a much smoother fashion. Extremely easy to fix up as it just requires you to literally mush the peanut butter, strawberries and bananas together in a bowl and add soy milk to determine the thickness you’d prefer.