These deliciously satisfying vegan breakfast ideas will keep you feeling full and energised right the way through to lunch.
Wake me up before you go-go, but not without one of these hearty, wholesome vegan breakfast ideas.
There’s nothing worse than spending the morning thinking about lunch when you haven’t eaten a good breakfast.
But these filling vegan breakfast ideas will keep you feeling full and energised right through to lunch!
From recipes for vegan pancakes and waffles to classic breakfast fry-up, there is something for everyone.
Keep reading to find your new breakfast obsession with our favourite vegan breakfast ideas.
This vegan breakfast recipe brings together two of our favourite things – burritos and breakfast. It’s packed with vegan breakfast goodies, including homemade spicy beans and vegan sausages. The pineapple chunks give the whole thing a sharp and juicy kick to give you that morning boost.
Homemade granola is much healthier than store-bought, and you can get creative with your recipe too. This vegan tahini granola recipe is sweetened with maple syrup and a mix of nuts and nuts to give your breakfast an added nutritional boost. Serve your granola with milk or yoghurt and top with fresh fruit.
Egg breakfast butties may seem like a thing of the past when you’re vegan. But this recipe will satisfy your breakfast cravings without needless cruelty. This vegan egg patty is packed with veggies and flavours. Serve in a sandwich with spinach, avocado and fresh tomato for a healthy twist on a classic meal.
Porridge is a classic breakfast dish that often gets a bad rep. This creamy porridge recipe is naturally sweetened with raspberries and dark chocolate. What’s more, the hemp seeds provide an extra nutritional benefit to ensure you’re feeling your best in the morning.
Start your day off with this vegan Mexican-style breakfast burrito with tofu scramble. It’s packed with vegan protein from the sausages and is sure to cure any hangover. Fill the tortilla with meat-free chorizo sausages, mushrooms, homemade hash browns, baked beans, guacamole, and salsa, wrap it up and enjoy.
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Brioche is typically made with dairy milk, butter, and eggs to give it a rich and sweet flavour. Thankfully, this recipe creates a light and fluffy brioche loaf without the need for animal products! Brioche is delicious on its own, toasted with a knob of vegan butter or made into French toast. Whatever you fancy, this recipe will make your mornings a bit brighter.
The smell of freshly baked warm cinnamon rolls is enough to get anyone out of bed. The soft and fluffy buns are filled with classic sweet cinnamon sugar and glazed with icing. Bake this batch of cinnamon rolls for a family breakfast, brunch, or even as a treat to yourself.
Most supermarket muesli is high in sugar and preservatives. If you’re looking for a healthier alternative, this raw bircher muesli is the one. The buckwheat grains are the base of this recipe and are an excellent source of protein and fibre. Prepare this dish the night before for a nutritional and delicious breakfast.
Craving a fluffy, flavoursome Spanish omelette? We’ve got you! This delicious recipe is bursting with traditional flavours and is a great cruelty-free alternative. Chickpea flour and black salt make for an egg-cellent vegan egg replacement while creating a light and fluffy omelette. Top yours with avocado and fresh herbs and tuck in.
Pancakes are a weekend breakfast staple for us. This recipe combines sweet and salty flavours to make a breakfast that you’ll make again and again. Spread the creamy peanut butter mixture over your fluffy pancakes and top with a spoonful of stewed raspberries. Serve as an indulgent and easy breakfast or at brunch with friends.
There is nothing quite like a classic vegan fry-up on the weekend. This recipe is a healthier twist on the classic dish and incorporated home fries, an American diner staple. There are no rules with a fry-up but in this recipe, we’ve added homemade spicy beans, vegan sausages, vine tomatoes, and mushroom home fries.
Take your vegan breakfast to the next level with this peaches and cream sourdough French toast. The thick slices of sourdough absorb the sweetness from the cinnamon and vanilla batter and the juicy caramelised peaches. Pour over your favourite vegan cream and a drizzle of maple syrup and tuck in.
This granola recipe is ready in just 30 minutes and is guaranteed to fill you up until lunch. Combine the oats and seeds into the sweet peanut butter mixture and bake for 20 minutes until golden. You can batch cook this recipe to make morning breakfast even easier.
Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish traditionally made of poached eggs in a chunky tomato sauce made up of herbs and spices. This recipe gives this delicious dish a vegan twist thanks to tofu. The smoked tofu works as a great scrambled egg alternative and is delicious when combined with the smoky tomato sauce.
Pancake variations may divide some people, but we love them all, especially when they are covered in sticky orange sauce. This simple recipe serves classic crêpes with an irresistible orange sauce. Spiced with star anise, this sauce is packed with sweet citrus flavours that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
This simple bircher muesli recipe requires just 6 ingredients and is easy to make. Combine all of your ingredients into a bowl and spoon them into individual jars or bowls. Store them in the fridge overnight for a nutritious breakfast that requires no time at all.
Breakfast waffles don’t have to be doused in syrup and fresh fruit, this recipe is a healthy savoury alternative for when you’re craving a bigger breakfast. The sweet potato gives the waffles a sweet and soft texture. Serve with slices of avocado and a good squeeze of lime.
Who can resist vegan pancakes and crispy bacon? We can’t! This recipe takes vegan breakfasts to the next level. The fluffy pancake stack is topped with a vegan fried egg and crispy rashers of vegan bacon. Serve this to vegan cynic to prove just how creative vegan cooking can get.
The original Nutella may not be vegan however this simple recipe is promised to satisfy your cravings. All you need is a food processor, 7 ingredients, and less than 30 minutes of your time. Spread this vegan chocolate spread over your vegan pancakes or toast and you’re good to go.
20. Tofu Scramble
Tofu scramble has a very special place in our hearts. Its soft texture is perfect for replicating scrambled eggs. This is a basic recipe that you can adapt and get creative with. We love scrambled tofu when it’s cooked with chopped mixed vegetables to give it some crunch. Serve as part of a full breakfast or on a slice of toast.
Spice up your mornings with this warming pear and almond porridge. This hearty recipe will warm your insides on a chilly morning and keep you full until lunchtime. Cover your pears in the sweet cinnamon glaze until they are soft and caramelised. Top your creamy porridge with the cooked pear, toasted almonds, and a drizzle of almond butter.
Vegan croissants may be tough to find in supermarkets, so why not make your own? This easy recipe will transport you to a fancy patisserie in under an hour. Instead of making your own pastry, we’ve used pre-made puff pastry to make the recipe easier. Drizzle with melted dark chocolate and serve as a weekend treat.
23. Coffee Smoothie
Give your mornings an added boost with this vegan coffee smoothie. The sweet and rich flavour from the espresso coffee, cocoa powder and bananas makes for an irresistible alternative to your standard morning coffee. What’s more, it’s high in protein and fibre and will keep you filled with energy until lunchtime.
Beans on toast may be one of our favourite easy breakfasts. While supermarket baked beans are the go-to, they are often high in sugar and additives. This delicious one-pot vegan recipe uses simple ingredients and is packed with flavour. Simply add all of your ingredients to a pot and wait to cook. Ladle your tasty beans onto a slice of toast, or reserve for lunch and serve with a jacket potato.
Nothing beats a big stack of pancakes. This oat milk recipe is so simple and within 15 minutes, you’ll be tucking into a delicious pile of vegan pancakes. Forget using eggs, this recipe creates the fluffiest pancakes using just a few ingredients in your cupboard. Drizzle with the sharp raspberry sauce for a morning kick.
While many of us may not have had a go at making our own vegan yoghurt at home, this recipe proves how simple the process really is. We’ve used cashews to create a silky creamy texture with a pinch of vanilla for natural sweetness. Leave your yoghurt for 24 hours to allow the good bacteria to spread throughout the yoghurt before enjoying it.
Gluten-free vegan breakfasts may seem hard to come by but this waffle recipe is sure to be a winner for everyone. This basic recipe requires just 6 ingredients and is ready in just 20 minutes. Top with your favourite ingredient, perhaps a dollop of Biscoff spread or simply fresh fruit and syrup.
This triple berry smoothie is a delight to look at and even better to drink. It’s bursting with antioxidants from the berries and has a creamy taste from the soy milk. Add everything to your blend and whiz. If you like your smoothie chilled, you can use frozen berries.
What’s better than French toast? A French toastie! This vegan French toastie is stuffed with caramelised apples coated in a creamy cinnamon glaze and stewed blackberries. Topped your French toastie with coconut yoghurt for a fruit twist on a classic breakfast.
Whenever we are craving a healthy savoury breakfast this chickpea omelette is always our first choice. The combination of chickpea flour and black salt give the dish a realistic taste while the silken tofu adds that eggy texture. Fill your omelette with your favourite ingredients and tuck in.
There are so many creative ways to make a batch of delicious pancakes – just look at this recipe! In this recipe, we transform oats and bananas into a creamy batter that makes the most scrumptious pancakes. They are also a great gluten-free alternative for when you’re craving an indulgent breakfast.
Now you’re sorted for vegan breakfast ideas, plan ahead for your next meal with these vegan lunch ideas!