Are you in need of some fun, vegan Christmas breakfast ideas? Well, look no further. Most people tend to put most of their focus on Christmas dinner, but breakfast is just as important. From French toast bread, to kale, sweet potato, and tempeh breakfast hash, these simple and easy recipes will make your Christmas morning one to remember!
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1. Potato Leek Quiche
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Presenting, the perfect breakfast! This Potato Leek Quiche by Nele Liivlaid is egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and oil-free! The filling is made by combining shredded potatoes, carrots, and leeks and then covering it with a creamy, cheesy sauce made from chickpea flour before baking in the oven. Light and fluffy, it’s great for that Sunday morning breakfast or for special occasions.
2. French Toast Bread
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Does this recipe even need an explanation? This French Toast Bread recipe by Gabrielle St. Claire is effortless, doesn’t require vegan eggs, has minimal ingredients, low sugar in the bread itself, you can cut the sugar content by opting out of either topping, takes minimal time, and tastes like french toast through and through! If you’re craving modern vegan breakfast sweets, you have to try this french toast bread.
3. Italian Fried Potatoes With Peppers
4. Quinoa and Buckwheat Pancakes
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5. Nutty Pecan French Toast
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French toast is a perfect way to start a weekend. This Nutty Pecan French Toast recipe by Kathy Hester takes it over the top with crunchy pecans and crispy oats. You can cut the bread into fingers to make them even more fun to eat! This recipe and many more can be found in Kathy Hester’s “Vegan Cooking In Your Air Fryer.” Available on Amazon!
6. Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bars
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These Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bars by Kat Condon allow you to enjoy cinnamon rolls for breakfast – in a healthy, gluten-free way! Made without any refined sugars, these bars are frosted with a subtly sweet cream cheese frosting for the perfect breakfast bite.
7. Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash
This Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash by Carina Wolff makes for a filling breakfast. The tempeh not only provides a good source of protein, but also helps make the dish heartier. And, if you’re short on time, you can always microwave the sweet potato instead of baking it, which will cut down your cooking time by about 15 minutes.
8. Cruffins: Croissant Muffins
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Surprise your family on the weekend and they will be begging for these Cruffins: Croissant Muffins by Mireille Aikman every weekend. You can change it up in so many ways with the filling. Everybody will love them. Are you ready to learn how to make cruffins? Let’s get started!
9. Smoky Tempeh Scramble
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This Smoky Tempeh Scramble by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is an easy to prepare savory morning meal full of protein and veggies that could easily pass as lunch or dinner. Tempeh is a fantastic plant-based source of easy-to-digest protein that has a delicious nutty flavor and satisfying taste. It’s also very high in magnesium and is known to reduce cholesterol, increase bone density, and promote muscle recovery. The natural smoky flavor in this recipe comes from smoked paprika. If you don’t have this spice on hand, don’t stress it. Simply replace it with whatever spice you like – coriander, cumin, or sumac are all great options.
10. Raw Jelly Doughnuts
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These no-bake, soft, and fluffy Raw Jelly Doughnuts by Amanda Nicole Smith are made from nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and coconut sweeteners. With a dehydrator, these healthy and decadent treats only take about an hour or two. In fact, the hardest problem you’ll have with this recipe is resisting the urge to eat all the batter while waiting!
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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and more! Unfortunately, dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects.
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