1 Week of Easy Vegan Breakfasts

Here are my favorite quick and easy food options for the “I need food now” mornings!

Almond Butter Toast + Banana + Flax Seeds + Chia Seeds

Recently this has been my go to breakfast. Since Tim and I got married, I’ve been trying to be the dream wife and make breakfast every morning but if I’m being honest here, most the time I don’t have enough time to cook the works.

That’s when I turn to the trusted whole wheat toast with some almond butter, flaxseed and banana slices. It’s packed with nutrition and protein to hold you over until lunch. Tim loves it, I love it… it’s a win win.

TIP: If you have picky eaters, crush and hide the flax seed UNDER the banana. They’ll never know it’s there HAHA

Oatmeal + Frozen Blueberries

As the weather starts to cool off for the fall, I love incorporating warm meals into my day. It keeps me cozy and always reminds me of the breakfasts my mom would prepare for me as a child. Add a hot cup of tea and a candle, and you have yourself the perfect hygge morning!

I usually pop my oatmeal in the microwave, sprinkle a little cinnamon, and when it’s finished cooking, I stir in about 1/2 cup of frozen blueberries. The frozen berries help to cool off the hot oatmeal so I can eat right away too!

Avocado Toast

Avocado toast is always a winner! Smear avocado on whole wheat toast (or rice cakes for GF option!) and sprinkle some salt, pepper, chia seeds and flax seeds!

Revitalizing Breakfast Smoothie

I usually end my week with a smoothie because I’ve already worked through the majority of my groceries, but I always have a little almond milk and bananas left over to throw something tasty together. It also makes for a perfect a quick breakfast after a long week of work. Check out my favorite nutrient-dense smoothies here.

Granola + Berries + Oat Milk

I recently discovered oat milk, and OH MY – this was a game changer. It’s so sweet and delicious. I usually stick with almond milk, but sometimes when I want something a little sweeter to go with my granola, I will use oat milk instead.

Pour the granola of your choice in a bowl, and top with mixed berries (I use a frozen berry mix with blueberries, Blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries), then add your oat milk. If you want to get really fancy, try adding some fresh basil.

Happy eating, friend!

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