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To consistently achieve anything in life, a person needs careful planning. This rule applies to all aspects of life, even for vegans and their vegetarian diets. To ensure that you would not have a relapse, a carefully planned vegan brunch recipe plus a solid determination is needed. These recipes are so fast and easy, their taste would make you get up and cook a nice brunch for everybody even on a nice lazy Saturday or Sunday.

1. Vegan Tofu Scramble

If your time is running out and you still want a hot breakfast, tofu scramble is much quicker and easier than a French toast or even a pancake. It is a scrambled egg substitute for vegetarians and vegans. Some version of it is served in most of the Top Brunch Spots in New York City, but you can easily prepare it at home with just a little more than non-GMO firm tofu, a few veggies and some additional spices to enhance a good flavor. No vegan would love to see leftovers in the house. Try tofu scramble at your home and see, if you have any leftovers they probably won’t be around for long.

2. Southwest Sweet Potato Breakfast Harsh

Garlic, sweet potatoes and yellow onion are cooked for a little-caramelized perfection along with turmeric, cumin, and smoked paprika. Fresh cilantro is then folded in to add some balance and brightness and finally a layer of a poblano-spiced guacamole, fresh pico de gallo, and chipotle cream are added on top of the hash to make a mountain of plant-powered goodness. Every vegan would love to remain full for a long time. Breakfast harsh is incredibly energizing and more nourishing than waffles or fluffy pancakes. It is easy to make and will quickly become a recipe that you will love making.

3. Vegan Spinach-Mushroom Omelet

If you are looking for a recipe that is perfect for weekend brunch, vegan spinach-mushroom omelet is the way to go. It is very versatile but if you are not a fan of spinach or mushrooms, you can use any veggies that you prefer. Top half of a chickpea pancake with half of the veggie mixture. Then fold the pancake over and drizzle with the cheese sauce. Then, you can finally add chopped tomatoes, scallions and parsley on top.

4. The Zen Quinoa Bowl

If all you ever need is a vegan main course which is dairy free and gluten free, then Zen quinoa bowl could be a super recipe to try. Get some tofu, an avocado, veggies, quinoa, plus a handful of spices to make it much more interesting. Every vegan would prefer this dish because it nourishes your body, enlightens your taste buds and make you feel amazing with every bite. It only takes 15 minutes to make, a perfect dish, especially if you are on the run.

5. Fluffy Vegan Pancakes

If you ever thought that it’s impossible to make a good pancake without eggs or even milk, you are wrong. Preparing fluffy vegan pancakes are much the same as the traditional recipe. However, here you only use salt, baking powder, flour, a little sugar, and of course some oil. It is made in one bowl, so you don’t have a big mess to clean up. These dairy-free and egg-free pancakes can be ready in 15 minutes and you can top it off with nut butter.

6. Cucumber Avocado Toast

Everyone knows that avocados are an excellent source of healthy fats. These fats are easily burned for energy that will keep you full and satisfied. Cucumber avocado toast recipe is quick, easy, and refreshing. You will love this recipe, especially if you are into healthy, quick and tasty breakfast ideas.

7. Kale Spread and Green Pea

Green pea pesto can make any meal bright and appetizing. Kale and peasare a great source of fiber and protein. It’s a perfect dish if you want to start your day with fiber-packed and filling foods. It looks similar to avocado toast byt the greenish in this spread comes from kale and peas that are rich in protein.

8. Vegan Baked Beans

Vegan Baked Beans are another delicious side dish that deserves to be the center of attention on your dinner table. This diet can be everything you want it to be because it’s simple to prepare and it is packed with rich and smoky flavor. If it’s perfectly cooked from the scratch, you will never find yourself buying baked beans again. You can pile it on top of toast for a satisfying breakfast.

9. Vegan French Toast

When you hear the word French toast you might think that eggs are the main ingredient here. However, it’s possible to make a delicious French toast without eggs. This recipe is super easy and takes only 30 minutes or less from beginning to end. Here is the secret. You just need to whisk up the wet ingredients in a bowl, slice up some bread into thick slices, dip it in a wet mixture and fry it in a hot frying pan with just a little coconut oil. It’s a pretty fine breakfast no matter how you serve it.

10. Easy Vegan Cauliflower Fried Rice

Many people don’t like cauliflower, but once you learn how to cook it, you will fall in love with it. You will use a combination of shredded cauliflower and broccoli for the rice. Add veggies of your choice, sauté and add a sauce. Broccoli adds color and texture keeping your cauliflower fluffy. It’s delicious on its own and best served fresh for maximum fluffiness and neutral cauliflower flavor.

Plant-based diets may seem like a sacrifice but they are not. Therefore, if you are contemplating it yourself, don’t let anyone discourage you. Vegetarian foods are very tasty and many people cannot have enough of them. Give it a try and you will begin to feel youthful and healthy. Paying attention to the food you eat daily is the best way to maintain good health, and a plant-based diet is a great way to begin.


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