But if you still want to go without bread, maybe you can try to eat fruits and berries alongside your porridge and also add some chia seeds or nuts.
But I would still say: No reason to skip the bread 🙂
Thanks for listening.
Selmaan A Ali
We often eat high protein Kodiak Pancakes or waffles. Smoothies are a staple as well. Definitely recommend switching it up with fruity vs. vegetably smoothies. Try adding yogurt, fruit juice, or soy milk to improve flavor and texture.
Also, if you're able to have bread but just find it boring, we really like fried eggs and Harmless Ham on toasted English muffins. Going in the eggs direction is also really good – think breakfast burritos, frittatas, quiches, atsuyaki/dashimaki tamago, omelets, and on and on.
First, replacing bread with raw nuts; especially almond. Nuts taste great, you can eat it almost with any breakfast you can think about, and it fills your stomach good like bread does. You can easily control the amount. Just avoid the salted, roasted, or flavored nuts. They are full with unnecessary calories and out of good nutrients.
Second, rice. I eat white steamed rice with egg or beans at breakfast, like the Asian does, and surprisingly it taests great. You can also have it fried but be careful with amount and type of oil you use.
Hopefully my answer would help! 🙂
I’m sorry I’m of no help.
Generally eggs are my suggestion as they are a good protein and are so filling.
Alternatively, there are some great bread recipes using dense grain/seeds and no gluten or dairy or sugar if that scratches the itch. I recommend ‘breakfast bread’ by Hemsley and Hemsley which you can freeze in slices for a quick daily warming and add natural jam.
Good luck in your journey 💕
19 Vegan Breakfasts You Can Make in 15 Minutes or Less
DECEMBER 17, 2017 | BY ANISHA JHAVERI
When simply getting out the door without mismatched shoes is considered a feat during chaotic weekdays, whipping up a satisfying morning meal seems like a long shot. And while meat eaters—and even vegetarians—can grab a decently healthy breakfast sandwich en route to work, it’s often slim pickings for vegans. Not anymore: Check out these 19 meat- and dairy-free recipes you can make at home in 15 minutes or less; some are even portable!
1. Fluffy Vegan Pancakes
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Photo: Feasting on Fruit
When pancakes can be ready in 15 minutes, there’s no reason they should be reserved just for weekends! Use a blender to whip up the ingredients in a jiffy. Then top them with nut butter for some extra protein and healthy fat to keep you going all morning.
2. Vegan French Toast
Photo: Love and Lemons
Thanks to a blend of flour and almond milk, vegan French toast can be a thing! Thick slices of day-old bread get soaked in the mixture then seared on a pan until that all-important crust forms. You may not even miss the egg!
3. Flourless Pumpkin Muffins
Photo: My Whole Food Life
The canned pumpkin, cranberries, and warm spices make these wheat-less cups taste just like the holidays. But since they require just ten minutes in the oven, they make a tasty, gluten-free and portable breakfast any time of year.
4. No-Bake Cookie Dough Energy Bites
Photo: Apple of My Eye
Thanks to this blogger subbing out the butter and refined sugar for more nutritious ingredients like almond butter, wheat germ, and just a touch of honey (use maple syrup or agave to go full vegan), it’s perfectly acceptable to be eating cookie dough for breakfast. Grab a handful of these energy-rich morsels on your way out the door; they may be small, but they’re dense enough to fuel you for a while!
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5. 10-Minute Cinnamon Raisin Brown Rice Breakfast Porridge
Photo: An Edible Mosaid
If you’ve got leftover cooked brown rice handy, this breakfast comes together in just ten minutes. Cook the grains over low heat until the almond milk thickens them up, and you’ve got a gluten-free, porridge style bowl ready for your favorite toppings!
6. DIY No-Bake Chewy Granola Bars
Photo: DIY No-Bake Chewy Granola Bars
If you’re running short on time in the morning, these 10-minute, no-cook bars are a no-brainer. With just 1/4 cup of honey in the eight-serving recipe, they’re much lower in sugar than store-bought versions, while the nuts, seeds, and coconut oil give you plenty of healthy fat without any of the hydrogenated stuff that lurks in many packaged bars.
7. Strawberry-Infused Quinoa Breakfast Cereal
Photo: Simply Quinoa
“Strawberry-infused” sounds like there’s fancy technique at play here, but it’s really just a matter of blending the fruit with some cashews and water for a smoothie-like result. Pour it onto cooked quinoa for a breakfast that’s much heartier than plain old milk and cereal.
8. Sun Butter, Banana, and Chia Seed Toast
Photo: The Skinny Fork
All right, this is hardly even a recipe. But it’s quick, vegan, healthy, and delicious, and you need to know about it. Just take your regular nut butter on toast to new and nutritious heights by slicing a banana on top and sprinkling the whole thing with heart-healthy chia seeds. Minimal effort, maximum benefits.
9. Banana Bread Breakfast Cup Cake
Photo: Including Cake
Breakfasts made in a mug are the ultimate quick-fix meal. This one goes vegan by using banana instead of an egg as its binder. The use of ground almond flour for healthy fat will leave you feeling full.
10. The “Zen” Quinoa Bowl
Photo: Nutritionist in the Kitch
So much goodness in a single bowl but it still only takes 15 minutes to throw together! Find tofu, a heap of veggies, avocado, and quinoa in here, all jazzed up with a handful of spices. Whoever thought eating vegan meant skimping on nutrition should meet this recipe.
11. Cucumber Avocado Toast
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It isn’t a breakfast roundup without an avocado toast recipe! This one adds the refreshing crunch of cucumbers alongside the creamy, fiber-rich fruit. Enjoy it open-faced or turn it into a sandwich to eat on the go.
12. Healthy Vegan Breakfast Burritos
Photo: Running on Real Food
With scrambled tofu, refried beans (make sure you’re using a lard-free version to keep things vegan!), veggies, and all the fixin’s, you’ve got your protein, carb, healthy fat, and fiber all tucked inside a single tortilla. There’s no way you’ll be hungry after chowing down on one of these breakfast burritos.
13. Vegan Chickpea Omelet
Photo: Fork and Beans
This take on a traditionally eggy dish swaps out the incredible edibles for high-protein chickpea flour. Whisk it into some almond milk, ladle it into a pan, and fill it with veggies. Fold it over, grab a fork and knife, and dig in—just like you would with an omelet!
14. Homemade Vegetarian Baked Beans
Photo: Amuse Your Bouche
This healthier take on a classic British breakfast dish cuts down on the brown sugar and contains none of the bacon or lard that you may find in a lot of canned varieties. Pile it on top of toast for a super-satisfying morning meal.
15. Seedy Hummus Toast
Photo: Minimalist Baker
If you make your own hummus, this recipe will only take you an additional five minutes, and it’ll still keep the total time to make this savory breakfast under 15. Up the healthy fat factor by adding some sunflower and hemp seeds on top of the spread—they’ll add a satisfying crunch.
16. Vegan Breakfast Eggs
Disclaimer: This recipe calls for one minute of prep, tipping the total time to 16 minutes. We’re thinking you may not mind though, since the results are a big plate of generously seasoned tofu with dashes of nutritional yeast and turmeric (that make them taste just that much more like scrambled eggs).
17. Green Pea and Kale Spread
Photo: Green Evi
It looks like avocado toast, but the green in this spread comes from another superfood, kale, and protein-rich peas. Slathered onto whole grain bread, it’s a simple way to start your day on a fiber-packed and filling note.
18. Single-Serving Asian-Style Savory Oats
Photo: Chard in Charge
Give oatmeal the savory treatment with a dash each of soy sauce and sesame oil. With slices of bell pepper and carrot in the mix, you’ll also be getting in a serving of veggies before noon.
19. Quick Apple Sweet Potato Hash
Photo: Pancake Warriors
Regular potato hash is tasty, but for more complex flavor without any extra work, try this apple and sweet potato combo. Lightly spiced, salted, and peppered, they’re then sautéed in coconut oil until just soft enough to eat but still satisfyingly crisp.
You can fill cucumbers with interesting foods, such as veggies or quinoa, stuff other veggies too, such as pumpkins, potatoes and squash;
Instead of bread use beans and nuts, oatmeal.