3 Delicious Vegan Breakfast Recipes You Won’t Get Enough Of

Deciding what to have for breakfast makes many people sweat but what makes it even more overwhelming is if you follow a strict vegan diet. Vegans can’t eat many of the traditional quick fixes like scrambled eggs, eggs benedict, bacon or something as basic as a cheese sandwich. So, does that mean that if you practice veganism, you must be prepared to have boring breakfasts for the rest of your lives? The answer is a big no. Agreed that as a vegan, your food options are limited compared to others but that does not mean that you must deprive yourself of a hearty breakfast.

So, how do you continue to be a vegan and yet prepare healthy breakfast recipes that tantalize your taste buds and are a gastronomic bliss?
Read on to discover three such healthy vegan breakfast recipes which use only a few basic ingredients, can be made even on busy mornings, yet at the same time are delectable.

Toast with avocado and refried beans
Want to spice up the classic avocado toast? Here is how you can do it. Firstly, get some vegan bread, avocado and refried beans from the nearest supermarket. After that, simply toast the bread as per your liking and put a generous amount of the refried beans on the bread. Then put the sliced avocados on top of the bread slices.
If you don’t wish to eat the sliced avocados, you can even consider mashing them with a fork and mixing them with the refried beans. If you want to make the toast more filling, then you can consider adding a few more vegetables like onions, tomatoes or corn on the top. Lastly, to spice up the dish, you can sprinkle some black pepper or salt on the toast. You can make the refried beans on your own too.

Vegan omelet
Who doesn’t love a fluffy and light breakfast before they step out of the house and face the world? And who said you need eggs to make an omelet? This chickpea flour omelet will make you believe that vegan food can be as mouthwatering as eggs and bacon. For making this healthy breakfast recipe, you will need a cup of chickpea flour, ¾ cup soy milk, nutritional yeast, paprika, garlic powder, mustard and black salt. The black salt will give the eggy flavor to the omelet. For the filling of the omelet, you need chopped onions, tomatoes, mushrooms and other veggies that you wish to eat with the omelet. You will also require some vegan butter or coconut oil for this recipe.
Once you have assembled all the ingredients, take a pan, add some vegan butter or coconut oil to the pan and let it heat. Add onion, crushed garlic and sauté until the garlic turns slightly light brown. Later, add all the veggies and sauté them slowly. At this point, you have the option of adding gluten-free soy sauce to the sautéed veggies to make them more flavorful.
Now, keep aside the veggies and take another pan to make the omelet. Again, heat the pan for some time and then pour the batter on the pan. Allow the omelet to cook until you can see that the top has dried. Now you simply need to add the sautéed veggies, grate some vegan cheese on the top and add salt and pepper according to your taste. Flip the omelet and when the omelet is nicely cooked, fold it and take it out in a plate.

Vegan French toast
If you are feeling a little fancy any morning, then you can consider making a vegan French toast for yourself. To make this healthy breakfast recipe, you will need some ciabatta, which is an Italian bread made from wheat flour, maple syrup, whole wheat flour, almond milk, nutritional yeast, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Some of the optional ingredients that you might need to decorate this healthy breakfast recipe are fresh fruits, powdered sugar, and vegan butter. In a small bowl, mix the milk, flour, yeast, nutmeg, and cinnamon.
Once this mixture is ready, simply place some ciabatta slices of bread on a plate and coat them with the mixture on both the sides. After this, drizzle some oil in a pan, preferably coconut oil and place the slices of bread on the pan when the pan is hot enough. Cook the bread until they turn a nice golden hue. As for toppings, you can sprinkle some powdered sugar and add some fruits on the toast.

Just remember that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t skip on whipping up a satisfying healthy breakfast that will keep you satiated till you have your lunch. As vegans, you might have to put some extra effort to prepare a healthy, filling breakfast, but in the end, it will all be worth your time. So, look up for healthy vegan breakfast recipes on the Internet, buy some vegan recipe books and get going! Don’t let your strict vegan diet stop you from inventing and creating scrumptious food recipes.


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