Bountiful Vegan Brunches
This sandwich spread is so simple, yet every time I make it, it disappears quickly. Even tofu skeptics love it. Since all you really need for this is the first three ingredients, it hardly qualifies as a recipe, and you won’t even need to consult this after you make it once. The last two ingredients, though entirely optional, are highly recommended. If I’m having guests for lunch or brunch on weekends, I often make a batch of this as an extra, no matter what else I’m serving. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→
There are three components to this fantastic, healthy dish: the french toast itself, the blueberry “cream” cheese stuffing and the blueberry syrup… of course you can use any or all of them separately for other yummy, nutrient-dense meals. Contributed by Helyn Dunn from her blog Helyn’s Healthy Kitchen. more→
A hearty vegan spin on a “meaty” classic, this skillet hash of potatoes and high-protein tempeh (embellished with bell pepper and kale) is as good served as a quick dinner as it is an offbeat and hearty breakfast. For breakfast or brunch, serve with fruit; add whole-grain bread for a heartier meal. For a quick dinner, serve with an abundant tossed salad, whole grain bread, and orange slices. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→
Nothing says brunch like a veggie-filled baked frittata. Silken tofu replaces the eggs traditionally used in this kind of dish. Pair this with a little fresh fruit and you have a delicious, filling brunch. Recipe is contributed by Alicia C. Simpson, from Quick and Easy Vegan Celebrations* (The Experiment, © 2010, reprinted by permission). Photos by Evan Atlas.
Apples and cinnamon folded into vegan pancakes; what can you say but “Yum”? This is a lovely leisurely weekend breakfast or brunch, especially in the fall, when apples are abundant. Photos by Evan Atlas.
This crustless vegan quiche is so tasty and easy to prepare that you may come to prefer it over the heavy egg-and-cheese variety. For another tofu-based quiche, see Ricki Heller’s gluten-free Classic Tofu Quiche. more→
This tasty dish, brimming with lively southwestern flavors, is a vegan version of a traditional southwestern egg dish. It’s known as migas, a word that literally means “crumbs” in Spanish, in this case referring to bits of tortilla. In the original recipe, the tortilla pieces are scrambled with eggs; this version replaces eggs with tofu. This can be served for a leisurely weekend brunch, but it’s also nice as an easy dinner. Serve with a colorful salad and simple bean dish like Refried Pinto Beans or Garlicky Skillet Black Beans. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→