This recipe has saved my life so many hungover mornings. One of the things I miss the most since converting to veganism is really tasty, buttery breakfast biscuits smothered with peppery gravy…just like my grandma used to make. My friend Jessica has figured out how to recreate this delicious breakfast item, which can also be found on her website, theveganvixen.com. Give it a try and let us know what you think! This recipe makes about 10 biscuits, depending on the size you make them. I usually double the recipe and save the extra dough for another day because they are best when they are fresh from the oven!
Who doesn’t love pancakes with butter and syrup for breakfast??? This vegan pancake recipe is nice and easy for those of you who like to make breakfast, but are usually still half asleep while doing so.
This Vegan banana bread is a tasty treat as breakfast, dessert or a snack! best of all, it doesn’t take long to make!
If you have any left over bananas that are starting to turn, you can easily use them in this vegan recipe, it makes it sweeter!
I looooove breakfast! It is truly my favorite meal of the day and definitely the most important! The right breakfast can lift you up for the whole day! Here is a great hash brown recipe that is easy as 1, 2, 3 and makes for a very impressive dish for entertaining if you have people over for breakfast or brunch.
Here’s something to warm you up on a cold winter morning. These vegan waffles are great for a vegan brunch as well!
The directions for this vegan recipe are incredibly easy, but you will need a waffle iron.
These are great for taking to a vegan brunch. They are small, cute, and really delicious – especially when still warm. This is a tasty snack as well, and we love to bake these for parties!
The last three ingredients are for the filling (you will be using half of this for the filling and the other half gets slapped on top of each cinnamon roll when it comes out of the oven!)
When I first moved to Britain, I was introduced to what I think is probably the weirdest breakfast food on earth: Beans on Toast. With all of the Indian culture here in the UK, I thought, why not put a twist on a classic and make Indian Beans on Toast? Well, here you go – and its surprisingly good for meals other than just breakfast.
If you’re looking for a recipe for vegan naan, we’ve got you covered! This recipe calls for it, and you can make it yourself by going here.
This is a traditional Eastern European breakfast classic, with a vegan twist, of course. Its like porridge, only better. Also, its gluten free!
This is super easy, but if you want to celebrate your inner Frenchness, why not indulge a little and have some delicious fruit salad with some added French flair? Our Bastille Day fruit salad is made of fruits that make up the colors of the French flag! Oui, its true!
So, this vegan recipe is amazingly easy. You won’t believe it. Here’s what you need:
Crepes, in simple terms, are thin pancakes. However, the cool thing about crepes is that you can fill them with anything, so they can be eaten for any meal. Be sure to read below the recipe instructions for some ideas of things to fill your crepes with!
Here are some stuffing ideas. Basically, a filled crêpe is similar to an enchilada, so you will want to put the filling in the center and then roll it up and eat with a fork. Don’t stuff them too full, or they will fall apart!
- Artichoke hearts
- Broccoli and carrots
- Soy sausage (crumbled)
- Vegan chocolate spread
- Fruit and sugar
- Vegan Cheese
- Cottage cheese
- Green beans
- Snow peas
- Swiss chard
Also, don’t forget that crepes are usually topped with a sauce. For savory crepes, you can make a standard vegan cream sauce, but don’t be afraid to be creative! You can also make a red wine sauce and for sweet crepes, use lemon and sugar, vegan butter, or even try your hand at making a vegan fruit sauce!