Vegan Breakfast Recipes

Hemp-anola!

This recipe uses less oil than many granola recipe, for a lighter breakfast. Plus, hemp seeds add extra protein to this already nutritious cereal. Serve with cold non-dairy milk of choice. Contributed by Dreena Burton, from Eat, Drink & Be Vegan. more→

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Muesli

Make a large batch of this cereal and store it in your pantry. This way you always have it on hand when a craving for sweet cereal strikes. Recipe from Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People* by Jennifer Cornbleet. more→

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Homemade Almond Milk

homemade almond milk

Homemade almond milk is more nutritious than boxed nondairy milks, yet it takes only minutes to make. Recipe from Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People* ©2012 by Jennifer Cornbleet. Reprinted by permission of The Book Publishing Company.
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Hearty Breakfast Skillet

Provide your body with plenty of energy to make it through a hectic day with this savory mixture of tempeh, onions, carrots, and the green cousins broccoli and kale. Serve it with slices of fresh fruit or whole grain toast. Recipe from Vegan Bites: Recipes for Singles* by Beverly LynnBennett. more→

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Fruit and Granola Parfait

This fresh fruit treat is as pretty to look at as it is delicious to eat. It’s made with generous layers of fresh fruit and berries, granola, and soy yogurt flavored with bananas. It’s presented in a similar fashion to an ice cream sundae. Breakfast treat or dessert, you choose. Recipe from Vegan Bites: Recipes for Singlesby Beverly Lynn Bennett. more→

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Mushroom and Bell Pepper Scrambled Tofu

Soft tofu is a good choice for dishes in which it is crumbled, as in this veggie-filled, egg-free scramble. While this would certainly also make a good brunch or lunch dish, it also makes a wonderful light dinner with whole grain toast or sautéed potatoes, and some sliced oranges and tomatoes. more→

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Skillet Potato and Tempeh Hash

A hearty vegetarian spin on a “meaty” classic, this is as good served as a quick dinner as it is an offbeat and hearty breakfast. For breakfast or brunch, serve with fruit and whole-grain bread, For a quick dinner, serve with an abundant, colorful tossed salad, whole grain bread, and orange slices. In warmer months, if desired, add fresh corn on the cob. more→

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