What are some breakfast recipes that have easy to find and cheap ingredients? But no dairy.

Avery Y.
My classic breakfast is yogurt with oatmeal and fruit. If you are off dairy, Iā€™d definitely say oatmeal and fruit! The oatmeal will keep you full, and it is so fun to have extra sweetness from fruit. Or try a smoothie based on almond milk! You got this!!
Lesa W.
I am not a fan of oatmeal, but I found a wonderful recipe from a blogger named Chocolate Covered Katie. It's called chocolate peanut butter oatmeal and it's my go to breakfast! You can use almond milk, soy milk, rice milk, or whatever milk substitute you have for any recipe! There are a lot of things you can do with oats for breakfast and they're super cheap, especially if you buy them from the bulk section. Dairy free pancakes are also amazing! And you can take just about any simple pancake recipe and use a milk substitute for it and it will still turn out great!
Rachael N.
Porridge oats are very cheap and versatile. Porridge can be made with water and/or plant milk, and flavourings can be simple – add half a sliced banana to the pan or stir through a spoonful of jam just before serving. Overnight oats are also good – add fruit (fresh/dried/frozen) and plant milk to a bowl of oats, then leave in the fridge overnight.
Gavin F.
1. If you're in a rush eat šŸŒ or an šŸŽ it keeps you energized for an hour. 2. Fried egg with a little pepper and salt ( a little thyme would make it good too). 3. You can also chop a tomato in a pan and cook it with an egg ( kinda like an easy omelette). 4. Peanut butter (with or without bread). 5. Do NOT use sugary stuff as breakfast it makes you feel full and after a short while you feel tired and very very hungry