Does anyone have any yummy healthy breakfast ideas for a vegan? If so, PLEASE send em my way <3

Id Lio I.
A handful of frozen fruit/berries + fee spoonfuls plain vegan yoghurt + sprinkle of granola/nuts/seeds

Smoothies made with fresh/frozen fruits and bananas, vegan mylk, spoonful pea protein powder or peanut butter in an individual blender are so quick and easy

Alexander F.
My breakfast of oatmeal with cinnamon and fruit will work for you. Blueberries, bananas or unsweetened applesauce are my favorites. Add extra cinnamon for applesauce. For protein, I have almond butter toast. I am not a vegan, but have a severe egg allergy and a dairy sensitivity, especially milk and soft cheese.

Martin O.
Fruit smoothies? I use a Magic Bullet to whip them up. Fast and yum! Bananas and frozen berries with chia seeds and almond milk are delicious ๐Ÿ™‚ A spoonful of peanut butter in it will give you a healthy dose of slow release energy for the day as well ๐Ÿ˜Š

Tara A.
I've been doing overnight oats with flaxseed meal and sauteed fruit. Super yummy, lots of fiber and protein, and lightly sauteing the fruit with some cinnamon really wakes up the sweetness.

Isaac Y.
Definitly yes. Just use all the vegetable ingredients you have. Start with a very good smoothie with banana, orange, mango and pear! Sometimes if you have you may add seeds as flex seeds or vegan protein powder. You choose ypur daily smoothies according to thefruit and vegetable you have,be creative but also prepared when you do your shopping list! Then with any flour, for example I use spelt flour, prepare your own pan cake. You can add jam or agave syrop on top. And it's really yummy for me! That's a healthy

Bradley P.
On a small plate or saucer put Porridge made from a table spoon of mixed seeds (chia, flax, sunflower) soaked over night, then cooked in water until softish.

50 grams of organic tofu, (can be flavoured).

A spoonful of Natrual, live veganyogurt.

A drizzle of quality oil.

A pinch of organic, turmeric powder.

Fresh ground black pepper.

Possibly a small sprinkle of raw cocoa niblets.

Really satisfying

Janique Y.
Sweet option: Greek yoghurt with oats, berries and nuts.
Savoury option: oatcakes with light salted and peppered avocado slices.

Yum!

Nenrode Q.
Mashed avocados on toast, bit of pepper and some chilli flakes. Absolutely lovely. If you like marmite add some of that to the toast then put avocado on top.

Enilda Z.
Here is what I sometimes do: green lentil bread (or chestnuts bread) on which I put mashed avocado one day, and chickpea puree another day. ๐Ÿ™‚

Rasmus W.
Ever tried vegetable congee? Look it up, itโ€™s great! Congee is a common breakfast food that I eat often in Hong Kong but itโ€™s also good as a snack. Itโ€™s normally served with meat but itโ€™s equally as good with veggies!

Karl Hermann T.
I found a great app that has a ton of recipes. It includes a vegan plan as well as a bunch of others and even puts a shopping list together for you!
Look for "eMeals" in the play store.

Elio C.
Yoghurt, havermout. Maybe some nuts and fruits. Black coffee and a bit of streching. Halfiter of water and vit d, axanthine, kurkuma pills. Then biking to the train. I'm Dutch, so we always bike.

Jeremy O.
If you are in a hurry, soy yogurt with cereals or any kind of cereal bars, or you can do a mix with fresh fruit, cereals, chocolate and nuts.

Margot Z.
My favourite is oats with chia seeds and cacao nibs soaked overnight in some sort of milk substitute (coconut or almond) and if I am being really indulgent a bit of apple juice. In the morning I top with blueberries and raspberries and my favourite yoghurt substitute; yummy!

Sebastian P.
Banana pancakes ๐Ÿฅž made they with 2 bananas, 1 spoon of cinnamon and some avena, All shakes. I usually put on peanut butter, jam and some chia seeds. Delicious!

Jean E.
Hello, fellow vegan ๐Ÿ™‚
My favourite breakfast is banana berry overnight oatmeal.
I mix chia seeds and oats with water and half a mashed banana and let it soak. You can also add cinnamon or any nuts/nut butter or seeds of your choice. Then you just have to wait over night, add half the banana and some berries( or any other fruit) on top and that's it ๐Ÿ™‚
If the consistency is too thick you can add some plant milk like oat milk.
Bon apetit!

Simon C.
Porridge! Some oats and nut milk, cook microwaved or on the stove. Add seeds, fruit (fresh/frozen), nut butter…

I also really like Miso soup for breakfast, easy and fast to prepare and a great way to use up any leftover veggies

Julie Y.
Of couse, even though I am not vegan I love my breakfast and it is totally vegan, simple, chose a fruit you like, cut it, ad 1/4 cup of oats, 3 almond, 3 walnuts or pecan and you can ad also some other seeds if you like, and finally almond or coconut milk, if you like sweeter and taster you can also ad some peanut butter.

Lou I.
Oatmeal (or quinoa, or any number of delicious grains) is my go to–heat it up, add some fruit (I do raspberries and blueberries from frozen so when you heat them they release delicious juices), then top then with a handful of chopped nuts, a spoonful or two of chia seeds, add in some coconut yogurt or almond milk for a creamy mix-in. When I'm feeling super decadent I add in some maple syrup ๐Ÿ˜‰
Most grains, you can cook ahead for breakfasts for the week (I jar them individually) or let them soak in the fridge overnight. Then you just reheat in the morning!

If that doesn't tickle your fancy you could make some nice oatmeal cookies with quick oats, banana, a touch of syrup of your choice, and nut butter. I heat the ingredients together in a pan on the stove and mix til they are lumping together *really* well. Then bake them at a low heat to set. Add in vanilla extract for that classic cookie flavour. Plus you can add chocolate chips to the mix right before the low-heat-oven part. Get some protein, fruit, and grains–and you can eat these on the go!

Sophia E.
Cool thing, like hummus!

Hearty and delicious pate made of white beans, dried tomatoes and basil. Ideal for making sandwiches for breakfast. Excellent snack for a festive and daily table!

To prepare the pate, we need:
– 2 cups of boiled white beans, which corresponds to the standard of 400-gram cans;
– 8-10 dried tomatoes;
– A small bunch of red basil (without hard stems);
– 1 large or 2 small cloves of garlic (optional, you can not add).

First we send dried tomatoes to the blender, as from the point of view of the blender they are the most complex

Then chopped basil.

Bean Pate with Dried Tomatoes
Finally, beans, garlic and a pinch of salt. Grind everything well with a blender until a smooth, soft texture is formed.

Bean Pate with Dried Tomatoes
Optionally, you can add a couple of spoons of butter from under dried tomatoes.