There’s nothing quite like waking up to a hot, steamy breakfast. It’s comforting, it’s perfect for those colder days, and honestly, it’ll get you out of bed immediately. Whether you want to treat yourself or surprise a loved one, we’ve got you covered with these hot breakfast recipes from the Food Monster App!
Anna Miller‘s Caramelized Banana and Hazelnut Pancakes are a true breakfast champion! Super fluffy, extra thick and delightfully soft pancakes studded with crunchy hazelnuts and topped with caramelized bananas!
Julie Zimmer‘s Leek and Kale Tart With Sweet Potato Crust looks good, tastes good, and it will make you feel good. The sweet potato crust is topped with a savory custard and tender vegetables. This flashy tart is perfect for brunch, breakfast, or pretty much anytime you’re in the mood for something delicious.
Source: Red Bean Sausages
Travis Piper‘s Red Bean Sausages will become a new staple in your household. Mashed red beans are combined with wheat protein and a wealth of savory spices that give them an amazing flavor. Then, they’re steamed and pan-fried until just slightly crisp on the outside, but tender and meaty on the inside. Serve these with vegetables of your choice or vegan mac and cheese!
Source: Lacinato Kale and Pumpkin Crepes
Source: Sausage Rolls
Iva Mrdjanov‘s vegan Sausage Rolls are straightforward to make, and the taste is meaty and perfect for everyone. The filling includes vital wheat gluten, with various fresh spices added to simulate the true sausage taste. The rolls come out of the oven super crispy, and the smell that fills the kitchen makes it hard to wait until they’re cool enough to eat. Regardless of whether you enjoy them dipped in a sauce or not, they won’t disappoint.
Source: Poblano Breakfast Potatoes
Patrick Calhoun‘s Poblano Breakfast Potatoes are perfect for lazy mornings when you don’t want to put in that much effort. Chop ’em up, throw ’em in the oven, and 30-40 minutes later you’ll have a batch of scrumptious papas that will instantly rescue any grumpy heads in the house. You can also use them as an alarm clock because the smell of roasting poblanos will act like a magnet for any morning zombies still hibernating.
Oh yes, here’s the recipe for this Kale, Sweet Potato and Tempeh Breakfast Hash from the Plant Protein Recipes You’ll Love cookbook. Breakfast hashes make for a filling breakfast, but they’re often served with eggs. For a plant-based alternative, you can use tempeh, which 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.
Source: Eggless French Toast
Crissy Cavanaugh‘s Sticky Maple Glazed Cinnamon Raisin Rolls do take a little time and a lot of love, but the delicious end result is well worth it! These gorgeous and decadent rolls are perfect for a cozy morning. Plus, at only 170 calories each, you can indulge in more than one guilt-free!
Gina Fontana‘s Asparagus, Mushroom and Tofu Quiche is perfect for a weekend brunch. Impress your friends and family with this gluten-free and vegan treat! The pairing of the herbs with the asparagus and mushrooms is divine and so savory. Plus, with 23 grams of protein per slice, you’re going to feel so satisfied after eating it! Get ready to be the breakfast chsampion.
Source: Mushroom Oats
A hearty recipe perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Meredith Youngson‘s meaty, Mushroom Oats recipe is easy to make, uniquely delicious, and low in fat. The perfect combination for a healthy, warm meal on a cold day.
Do you feel stuck with your current vegan breakfast options? Well, it turns out that even Omelets can be made vegan. Yup you heard that right!The savory kale filling and cheesy tahini sauce will leave you satisfied and energized. Try this recipe by Laine Rudolfa!
Source: Breakfast Sausages
These smoky and sweet Breakfast Sausages by Claudia Hollings are infused with warm spices and maple syrup. They can be served alongside pancakes or stuffed inside a hearty breakfast sandwich. You can even freeze them for later! Then the links can be defrosted and pan-fried whenever you’re craving some smoky-sweet breakfast sausages.
Source: Butternut Squash Hash Browns
Jackie Newgent‘s Butternut Squash Hash Browns are a colorful and scrumptious twist on regular ol’ hash browns. Butternut squash or any vibrant winter squash take the place of potatoes and are cooked with crisp, colorful bell peppers and fresh scallions. This pairs perfectly with tofu scramble and toast for a hearty breakfast.
Steven Seighman‘s easy Spicy Sausage and Tofu Breakfast Burrito is exactly what you need to start your day off right. Mildly spiced tofu scramble pairs perfectly well with spicy seitan sausage and melty vegan cheese for a hot and spicy, protein-packed breakfast.
Is your stomach grumbling yet? To entice you even further you simply must check out our 15 Stunning Savory Vegan Recipes That Are Perfect For Brunch. There are so many options for you to choose some thanks to theFood Monster App! With over 15,000 recipes, you won’t be running out of ideas anytime soon. The best part? New recipes are added every day! It’s available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. Check it out!
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