Bountiful Vegan Brunches
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.
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. more→
If you like leeks, you’re sure to enjoy this dressed-up version of hash brown potatoes. It’s perfect for a vegan brunch, paired with a simple tofu scramble and fresh fruit. Use firm-textured potatoes, rather than mealy ones, for best results. I highly recommend trying this with one sweet potato, as suggested below.
This recipe is great for a family breakfast or a small get together. Recipe from The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking* by Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., CPT, and Beverly Lynn Bennett (Alpha Books, 2011). Shown here using Ener-G Light Brown Rice Bread. Photos by Rachael Braun. more→