Looking for vegan breakfast recipes? Want vegan overnight oats to start the day? Try our plant-based ideas here.
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All it takes is 10 minutes and four ingredients to make these vegan overnight oats. Finish with grated apple, coconut yogurt and maple syrup.
Oat milk, tahini and super-ripe bananas keep this egg-free, dairy-free banana bread moist and moreish. This makes the perfect on-the-go breakfast and mid-morning snack.
Turn a store cupboard staple into a twist on this popular brunch dish, livened up with sesame seeds and spring onions for a hearty brunch.
Mornings in Spain often start with 'pan con tomate' (toast slathered with tomato and garlic purée). Use British tomatoes in this deconstructed version for a fresh start to your day.
Want to slather your toast with guacamole in the morning? Try our chunky vegan version, pepped up with fresh chillies.
Use up left over bananas in our moist loaf with tea-infused dried fruit and malt extract. This vegan bread gets better with age, so you can enjoy it all week.
Ready in under 30 minutes, these fluffy pancakes with vibrant berry compote make for a sweet start to your day.
These vibrant smoothie bowls filled with crunchy granola, blueberries and shaved coconut are an easy and satisfying breakfast idea.
This low-calorie vegan breakfast recipe made with smoked tofu, punchy chilli and pan-fried courgette makes a great alternative to eggs.
Our moreish banana bread is easy to rustle up and make a light morning snack alongside your cup of tea.
Keep frozen berries in your freezer? Try our super simple frozen berry smoothie recipe that's ready in just five minutes. This smoothie is ideal if you want an on-the-go breakfast.
Cocoa powder adds a richness to this quinoa porridge, while berries add a burst of sweetness. Make this breakfast if you want a warming start to your day.
Want an energy boosting vegan breakfast? Slather pumpkin seed butter onto rye bread, then top with slices of apple for one of your five-a-day.
Prep your oats the night before to make this quick and easy vegan breakfast for two. It may be low calorie but it'll leave you feeling satisfied and full until lunchtime.
You can soak oats in any milk overnight but we love the creaminess that coconut milk gives. This makes a few portions for the week, so you get a healthy breakfast that’s quick to make in the morning.