I have 9 easy Vegan breakfast recipes and they are all healthy and taste good. I hope this list of recipes is helpful to you. When you are on a Vegan diet, breakfast can be a hard meal to find recipes for since you can’t eat bacon, sausage, ham – not even eggs or butter.
I found plenty of Vegan breakfast recipes but none of them were very quick and easy to make. To me quick and easy does NOT mean spending all day making bagels or doughnuts or granola bars or even granola. Even if you make a big batch and eat it for a week. That first day you make it, it isn’t quick or easy.
I intentionally included what I think are the quickest and easiest Quick and Easy Vegan Breakfast Recipes I could find. I even had a hard time with pancakes and waffles but when they have very minimal ingredients and are made in a blender I figure that’s pretty easy. Otherwise you’ll be eating smoothies, toast and chia bowls every morning.
I don’t know if you’re like me but I like to be able to just get up, eat breakfast and get on with my day. That means I spend about 5 minutes getting my breakfast ready and 15 minutes eating it. You guessed it, I usually have oatmeal with fruit in it. Now maybe I can change up my breakfast a bit and add some variety to my life. Maybe you can too with these Easy Vegan Breakfast Recipes.
I hope you find several that become your favorites, or at least get some ideas that will help you make up your own recipes.
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Quick and Easy Vegan Breakfast Recipes
1. Breakfast Cookies – Clean Eating Recipes
I think breakfast cookies are a good idea because I can make a big batch and either keep them in the frig or the freezer. I can take them out and eat them or give to my kids when they’re in a hurry and say they don’t have time for breakfast. I like that they can be portable if I need them to. My problem was I wanted them to be gluten-free, be easy to make and have no added sugar. I knew I would have to sweeten them with fruit. I tried several other recipes and none of them were exactly what I wanted. I decided to take what I liked about each one and combine them for the PERFECT breakfast cookie to meet my needs. It turns out they are extremely healthy and they are delicious. You have to try them.
2. Tropical Green Smoothie – My Natural Family
Spinach – Banana – Orange – Pineapple – Avocado – Coconut Milk
The best part of smoothies is how easy they are to make. Most people can handle tossing fruits and vegetables into a blender. Make sure to actually measure the greens. I like to use the coconut milk from a can because I think it has the best flavor but you can use it from a carton if you want to. The avocado is my secret ingredient. It helps keep things from separating and makes it smooth and creamy without any weird avocado taste. I had a couple drops of essential oil to make it refreshing and to add flavor too.
3. Almond Chia Pudding – Gluten Free Daddy
This is one of the easiest breakfasts you’ll ever make but be warned. You have to be organized because you need to make it the night before and put it in the frig to do its thing. That only takes 5 minutes though. In the morning it’s all ready to just take out of the frig and eat. To be totally honest, I haven’t always liked chia pudding but when I found this recipe, I changed my mind.
4. Chocolate Banana Breakfast Quinoa – BecomingNess
This is a simple breakfast that would work for anyone’s morning and fit pretty much any restrictions or lifestyle choices. You can keep a batch of cooked quinoa in your fridge as a staple and then all you have to do in the morning is add the other ingredients and you have a healthy tasty breakfast ready to go.
5. 2 Ingredient Oatmeal Banana Blender Pancakes – The Conscientious Eater
Oats – Banana – Almond Milk
If you enjoy pancakes and want to have easy healthy pancakes you might give these blender pancakes a chance. They are as simple as putting oats, banana, and either almond milk or water in a blender with optional other flavors such as peanut butter, cocoa, or fruit to add flavor. Then you simply mix it up and cook it on a skillet like normal pancakes.
6. Peanut Butter and Banana French Toast – The Breakfast Drama Queen
One of my favorite ways I used to always eat french toast was with peanut butter and maple syrup on top. Needless to say, I included this recipe because I like this flavor combination with peanut butter, maple syrup, and bananas.
7. Blueberry Coconut Smoothie Bowl – Beaming Baker
Alrighty, next I have included a smoothie bowl option for those who enjoy a cold nutritious breakfast. I think this is a good option pretty much any morning especially when you don’t have a ton of time but want to still hava e good start of the day!
Avocado – Real Salt – Fresh Ground Pepper – Bread
Avocado toast has been a big trend lately and for a good reason. Avocados are a good source of good fats and tastet good on a slice of bread. I love to put a fried egg on top. Is it just me or does anybody else like that?
9. Easy Chocolate Waffles – Carve Your Craving
This recipe works for both pancakes and waffles. A lot of the time ingredients in these staple breakfast items have little to no nutrient values so it is nice to have an option where you know you can get some of your daily nutrients in and also enjoy the taste. There are so many topping options which makes these puppies very versatile and fun.