Oatmeal is the ultimate breakfast food: it’s healthy, filling, versatile, simple, and delicious. It’s really hard to go wrong when making a bowl of oats. Vegan oatmeal recipes are also super easy to make! All you need to do is use non-dairy milk (and non-dairy yogurt if you’re into that kind of thing), then go off! You can add fruits, nut-butters, dark chocolate, seeds, and so much more! The possibilities are endless. Because of oatmeal’s versatility, it’s really hard to get tired of eating oats for breakfast. One day you can have a rich, chocolate oatmeal and the next you could have a fruitier one. Or mix them! If you love oatmeal, then you might already know that October 29th is National Oatmeal Day! What better way to celebrate than making your own delicious bowl of vegan oatmeal?
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1. Winter Ginger Lemon Oats
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With the mornings getting a lot colder it’s the perfect time to incorporate more immune boosting foods into your day. These Winter Ginger Lemon Oats by Tiana Haines are perfect if you want to jazz up your boring bowl of oatmeal into something a bit more exciting! Ginger has anti inflammatory benefits and also aids in digestion. Because lemon is rich in vitamin C, it supports the immune system which will assist the body in fighting off colds and flus.
2. Chocolate Campfire Oatmeal With Graham Crackers
Just a drop of this potent ingredient added the campfire feel that s’mores invoke. Then, topped with chopped dark chocolate that got all melty and luscious, this Chocolate Campfire Oatmeal With Graham Crackers by Lauren Smith feels even more like a real s’mores than the version that actually has marshmallows.
3. Danish Grod (Oatmeal Chia Porridge)
4. Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats
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Danielle Joy‘s Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats recipe tastes like pumpkin pie. It’s topped with a homemade pumpkin butter that takes less than 2 minutes to make! Pumpkins are very low in calories, and they support the immune system. Pecans are rich in magnesium – a mineral known for its anti-inflammatory benefits. They also contain healthy fats and lots of fiber.
5. Apple and Veggie Sausage Oatmeal
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The balance of salty and sweet in this savory Apple and Veggie Sausage Oatmeal by Lauren Smith is absolutely delicious. It has the classic combo of syrup and (veggie) sausage for a nostalgic and tasty breakfast. It also has the added bonus of a nutritious apple and hearty oats. Make this savory vegan oatmeal when you get tired of your favorite sweet oatmeal recipe or if you prefer savory food, but have been wanting to eat oatmeal. It’s easy, filling, healthy, and so good!
6. Raw Banana Oatmeal Porridge
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There’s nothing quite like starting a cold winter’s day with a warm, hearty breakfast. Raw vegans deserve this pleasure too! That’s why you should try this Raw Banana Oatmeal Porridge by Nikki Stokes! It’s fast, satisfying, easy. Plus, there’s nothing to prepare in advance. You can make it for one, or you can make it for everyone, with almost no more effort.This raw banana oatmeal porridge uses dates, bananas and oats with flaxmeal and cashews to create a warm, hearty, and satisfying raw breakfast. Of course, you can top your raw porridge with whatever you like––fruit, maple syrup, etc.The sky really is the limit with this incredibly adaptable recipe for raw porridge.
7. Cherry Bakewell Overnight Oats
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These Cherry Bakewell Overnight Oats by Hayley Canning are super delicious and perfect for weekday mornings. Make ahead breakfasts are the savior of busy people across the planet. This quick and easy recipe tastes just like dessert. Soaking the oats overnight makes them deliciously soft and the whole mix becomes so thick and creamy thanks to the chia seeds and coconut yoghurt. Almond extract helps to recreate the classic marzipan flavor and works so well with the maple syrup, vanilla extract, and cherries. While these Overnight Oats might sound fancy, they’re so simple to make. All you need to do is pop everything in to a jar, mix together, leave it in the fridge, and it’s ready to go in the morning. You can even warm them up in the morning if you fancy. They’re too delicious not to try!
8. Shockingly Healthy Baked Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal
9. Fudgy Balsamic Oatmeal With Strawberry-Basil Relish
Chocolate, balsamic vinegar (the good stuff), berries, and basil. And oatmeal, but that was implied, right? You will love this Fudgy Balsamic Oatmeal With Strawberry-Basil Relish by Lauren Smith!
10. Peach Tahini Cardamom Oatmeal With Toasted Coconut
This Peach Tahini Cardamom Oatmeal With Toasted Coconut by Lauren Smith may sound bizarre but try it! Cardamom and tahini are an excellent match, and the peach was a sweet, bright, pleasant addition.
11. Creamy Zucchini Bread Oatmeal
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A creamy and comforting bowl of oatmeal, mixed with grated zucchini. Caroline Doucet‘s Creamy Zucchini Bread Oatmeal tastes like zucchini bread in a bowl. Serve with chopped walnuts, raisins or other toppings of choice. Zucchini oatmeal is made just like any other plain oatmeal. You just add the zucchini along with the oats, milk, chia seeds, dates and spices to a saucepan. Let it all boil, then simmer until thick and creamy. It takes less than 10 minutes. So delicious and cozy––you’ll love this bowl of oats!
12. Frosted Gingerbread Baked Oatmeal
13. Salted Rosemary Brownie Batter Oatmeal
If you love rosemary and chocolate, this Salted Rosemary Brownie Batter Oatmeal by Lauren Smith is for you! It’s like getting to have dessert for breakfast! Brownie batter oatmeal is the decadent breakfast that will make you want to get up before your alarm clock. If you are adding the optional toppings (the chocolate peanut butter and/or chocolate chips), you can go lighter on the dates. The toppings will add a lot of sweetness and richness.
14. Lemon Poppy Seed Oatmeal
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Two different ways to prepare this oatmeal: the faster, stovetop version, and the slower yet more authentic baked version. The stovetop version has better flavor, but the baked version has a more bread-like texture that is so yummy. Try out Lauren Smith‘s Lemon Poppy Seed Oatmeal and decide which way you prefer!
15. Creamy Winter Oatmeal
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Oatmeal lovers, listen up! This Creamy Winter Oatmeal by Kirsten Kaminski is not only rich in flavor but will keep you satisfied throughout the morning and supply your body and brains with the necessary fuel to keep warm and active! The combination of dried figs, raisins, winter spices like cinnamon, ginger, nut meg and cloves, and creamy almond milk is just a perfect fit. The best part about this creamy winter oatmeal is that it literally only takes about 10 minutes to prepare. So if you are looking for an easy go to morning recipe, here you go!
If you liked these vegan oatmeal recipes, make sure to check out 15 Delicious, Vegan Oatmeal Cookie Recipes!, Oatmeal Doesn’t Have to be Sweet! Try These Savory Oat Recipes, and Start Your Day With These 15 Vegan Oatmeal Dishes!
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