Easy Vegan Breakfast Ideas – Vegan breakfast recipes. What are my favorite vegan breakfast recipes? If you are on or following a vegetarian diet as a vegan you need to try out these recipes for your own personal experiment. We found great love and joy in these and consider them as some of our favorites and we know you will as well.
Do you eat a raw vegan diet (also called raw vegan)? Or do you want to try it once? For this we also have a number of recipes.
These are the vegan recipes:
- Indian hot rice paper
- Oatmeal with coconut milk
- Vegan bulletproof coffee
- Avocado mousse (raw vegan)
- Green coffee beans smoothie (raw vegan)
- Chia breakfast (raw vegan)
- Vegan protein cookies
Below are the recipes elaborated. Eat tastily!
1 Indian hot rice pie
I like hot rice and Indian food. No wonder that the Indian hot rice pie is my favorite vegan breakfast treat. The whole recipe is at the bottom of the article. This recipe I derived from the book of Rens Kroes, “From Friesland to New York”. The combination of rice with apple and canal is salig. Really ‘comfort food’ to start the day.
Here is the first recipe for Indian hot rice paper prepared. Let me know if you’ve made it and what you like it!
- 1 apple
- 500 milliliters of coconut milk
- 5 unfolded dates
- teaspoon cinnamon powder
- spoon of vanilla powder
- mespunt cardamon powder
- pinch of sea salt
- 250 grams of basmati rice
- Cut the apple into pieces
- In the meantime, cook the rice
- Donate the rice
- Make half of the coconut milk, the apple, dates, and spices in the blender. Not the rice.
- Apply the blender to get a smooth mood
- Add the coconut milk to the rice and warm it all up
- Also do the 2 minutes later
- Let it get hot
- Especially nice in winter. Then drink a cup of tea.
2 Oatmeal porridge with coconut milk
In the past, I used to eat Oatmeal. No wonder. It’s nice to warm, easy and quick. I buy a pack of oatmeal in the supermarket. You put the oatmeal in a saucepan, spice a banana and add a little coconut milk and plenty of water to make a porridge.
Mix the ingredients and put the pan on the fire. If it’s hot enough (you can taste it), it’s done! I’m sprinkling some frozen fruit for an extra twist. Yummy!
3 Vegan bulletproof coffee
I’m a big fan of bulletproof coffee; coffee with grass butter and MCT oil.
Yes! The MCT oil is an extract of coconut oil, so that’s possible. To make this breakfast vegan, replace the grass butter with coconut oil. In taste, it is a little less creamy, but the difference is less big than I thought. I also have something rather than normal. But in general, the vegan bulletproof coffee is great to start your day.
4 avocado banana mousse
When is something “raw vegan” now? It does not mean that your food is not heated above 42 degrees. Fans of the diet believe that the enzyme’s structure is destroyed by heating. As a raw vegan, you must be creative!
My favorite breakfast buffet ‘raw vegan style’ is the avocado banana mousse. The advantage of this breakfast is that the avocado is very filling. You can come along this morning. The combination with the sweetness of the banana is top. Plus you can vary a lot with it by splashing nuts or mixing cocoa powder.
- Coconut rasp
- Cocoa powder
- Remove the banana peel
- Cut the banana into pieces and put the pieces into the blender
- Cut the avocado open and put the avocado into the blender
- Add possibly a tablespoon of cocoa powder
- Turn on the blender
- Slide the mouse into a bowl
- Sprinkle some coconut and walnuts on your mouse
- A nice variation is when you put the banana in the freezer. For the rest, the steps are the same. Then you get a cold and fresh variant.
5 Smoothie with green coffee beans
Aah! What was the toughest of a week of raw vegan food for me? I missed the hot coffee and tea. During my vegan week, I could still drink coffee, such as vegan bulletproof coffee.
In order to get in with caffeine you can of course chew on a coffee bean – but that is not very relaxed. Fortunately, you have green beans coffee extract. Spice your smoothie from spinach, avocado, banana, coconut milk and water.
Seriously. Make a point.
If you’re doing a teaspoon, or worse: a tablespoon, you’ll bounce all day long. It is strong stuff. I like it!
Chia breakfast # 6
The third breakfast that I ate at was chia seeds. Chia seeds are rich in fiber and absorb a lot of water. You can let Chia seeds soak in water for a minimum of 5 minutes. Then add something like banana, cocoa, cinnamon or coconut powder.
In the picture below, I also added goij berries besides cocoa. A really superfood breakfast.
Do you want to make a delicious cake that is both paleo, vegan and even raw vegan? Recently I made this dadtack with coconut and nuts. Delicious and you can also use the recipe to make responsible sports races.
What’s the beauty of this recipe? First of all, it’s a very versatile cake. It is a result if you have a wide variety of friends in your dietary wishes. Do you have a party and are people following the paleo diet, people who are vegan, vegetarian or even raw vegan? No problem, this cake really fits their lifestyle. Secondly, you only need 3 ingredients for this recipe: dates, nuts and coconut. Oh yes, you do need a fridge and also think about a form to make your mix.
The mix before I put it in the fridge
Vegan sports strip
Originally I found this recipe when I was looking for paleo ropes for during or after sports. You do not necessarily have to eat it as a pie, but you can also make the mix in a square shape. After that you cut out ropes. Something more work than buying a bar in the supermarket, but quite justified. And, it’s best fun to make.
- 7 days
- 50 grams of nuts. I used a mix of almonds, pecan nuts and walnuts
- 3 tablespoons grated coconut
- Cut the dates into small pieces.
- Cut the nuts into small pieces.
- Roast the coconut rasp in a pan. Do not use butter. Note that they become a bit brown but not burn. This takes about 5 minutes.
- Mix the dates, nuts and coconut rasp
- Make plastic foil in a mold and divide the mix into it. Make sure the thickness is about 2 cm.
- Do it all in the fridge. Leave it for a minimum of 30 minutes.
- You can also cut the pie into smaller pieces to get sports races.
Prune Cookies Vegan # 7
Do you want cookies? Only follow a day / week / your whole life a vegan diet? Then you have to try this recipe. The cookies are packed with proteins. Ideal if you do CrossFit or exercise.
It’s hard to get enough protein as a vegan. At least, I experienced that when I did an experiment. Part of the month I do not have meat and fish (vegetarian). Part of the month, I also do not eat eggs, curds and honey more (vegan). Normally I do not do this. The fun of such experiments is that you have to search for new recipes . Including these, the vegan protein biscuits.
Vegan and CrossFit?
This recipe is contained in Tim Ferriss ‘The Four Hour Body’ book. He received the recipe from Mike Mahler, a vegan force trainer. So you can be vegan and super strong . Mike can do a kettlebell with one arm with 48 pounds. Seventeen consecutive times.
That’s why I thought: I have to make this recipe too.
But no, after eating those cookies I could still have kettlebel snatch 17 times with 48 kilos. Fortunately the cookies were super delicious!
On the baking tray. Not so tasty yet, later!
Recipe ‘Vegan’ protein biscuits
Below is the recipe for vegan protein biscuits. The most important part is the vegetable protein powder.
- 4 scoops vegan protein powder (for example, Sun Warrior)
- 2 tablespoons almond butter
- 1 tablespoon of cashew butter
- 3 tablespoons ground flaxseed
- 1 tablespoon Macc powder
- 25 grams of walnuts
- 40 grams of Goji berries
- 1 tablespoon agave syrup
- 300 milliliters of water
- 1 tablespoon of herbs, such as cinnamon or spice mix for cake and speculaas
- Mix everything in a large bowl
- Turn the oven to 200 degrees
- Place 8 to 10 heaps of the mix on a baking sheet
- Place the baking sheet in the oven and bake the biscuits in about 15 minutes
- I did not even have a cashew butter in my house, so I had 3 tablespoons of almond butter.