What Do Vegans Eat For Breakfast?

By McDonald, T.  |  Date 19th of January 2021

As you start out on your vegan journey, you may need some inspiration for breakfast. Vegans don't have to settle for cold options or cereals. Here are some hot and cold options to brighten up the most important meal of the day including porridge.

All Day Vegan Breakfasts

B12 Bomber Breakfast





Vegan Fry Up With Chorizo Style Sausages

Yes, with the huge choice of mock meats you can have a full English breakfast with sausages, bacon, beans and even eggs. Look in the vegan section of your local supermarket for the vegan options.  When it comes to the eggs, you might find that you are restricted to tofu scrambled egg substitute.  

Notably, many mock meats are fortified with iron and B12, so look at the packaging before buying and get the one best suited to your needs.

Vegan B12 Bomber Breakfast

All Day Vegan Breakfast

Vegan Fry up

Breakfast without the oink  

Overnight Oats

Yes, these are cold, but you can hot them up if you want.  They are just so tasty and nutritious that I just couldn't leave them off the list.  Overnight oats are very easy to prepare and ready by morning. You just open the fridge, grab the oats, pour in a bowl and dig in. You can, if you want, add some fresh fruit and nuts if you have time in the morning.

Overnight Oats recipes

Beans on Toast

Beans on toast is loaded with roughage and is comfort to many.  Remember that you can liven it up by using beans with vegan sausages or adding a spoonful of chilli relish.  


Marmite on Toast

Marmite or Vegemite are both great to have on toast in the morning.  Both contain B vitamins and are fortified with B12 a vital vitamin for vegans. 

Mashed Avocado on Toast

Avocado is a tasty and nutrition fruit with plenty of vitamins B5, B6, C, E and K as well as roughage and potassium.  With this in mind, why not try this millennial breakfast. 


You can of cause just go for some cereal or muesli if you want. Please subscribe, share and like on social media.  Thanks. 

 



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