Vegan diets might be great for the planet, but what about protein surely you can’t get enough protein throughout your day.
Well just because you’re eating vegan doesn’t mean you have to lower your protein.
Great tasting, full of vitamins and minerals and packed with protein. We’ve put together 10 great tasting and high in protein breakfasts all without meat or diary.
The healthy breakfasts below are dishes with at least 10 grams of protein and are pretty simple to make.
Most of these breakfasts are rich in protein from various vegetable sources, like beans, chickpeas or vegan protein powder… and you can eat these meals any hour of the day, even thou we are calling them breakfast meals.
10 Vegan breakfast with plenty of protein…
Bread doesn’t have to be dull and it doesn’t have to be made with eggs.
Here is a banana bread recipe with no grain, no gluten, no soy, no nuts and no eggs. The bread is still soft and great tasting even without all the above. The recipe also mix’s in hemp protein powder to increase the protein amount. You can adjust the protein amount to suit your needs.
The recipe also uses 1 tablespoon of chia seeds with water to make chia gels and these gels replace the egg.
You can have great tasting pancakes for breakfast everyday with this recipe. The chickpea flour is a high protein flour with ¼ cup of chickpea flour being about 7 grams of protein and it’s gluten-free.
Chickpea flour does have a strong and distinctive taste, but if you add other ingredients into it you can adjust the taste.
You can also throw in all kinds of fruits and vegetables into your pancake and one large pancake has around 14 grams of protein just from the pancake before you add fruits and veg.
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Another great tasting breakfast with a big portion of antioxidants packed in. With this recipe, you can swap the blueberries with other berries like strawberries or raspberries etc…
This recipe has a portion of protein powder added to the pancake mix to boost the protein content.
Avocado Toast with White Beans & Roasted Tomatoes
This is a great, quick and simple recipe for a filling breakfast or light dinner.
This breakfast is a gluten free, vegan breakfast for any time of the day. Most avocado on toast recipes lack protein, so this recipe adds white beans to boost the protein intake. So, you’re getting not only protein, you also get healthy fats and fiber through the avocado, toast, beans and tomatoes.
The Ultimate Vegan Breakfast Burrito
An epic vegan breakfast to start the day… Filling and great tasting, packed with scrambled chickpeas, avocados, seitan, spinach, roasted peppers, avocado, tomatoes and salsa.
Protein, fiber, healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals it’s all packed in this burrito.
It’s also got some interesting vegan bacon that I hadn’t seen before.
The whole recipe is pretty easy to make and you can swap ingredients in and out to suit your own tastes.
Peanut Butter Granola
This recipe gives you a healthy snack or vegan breakfast. You can easily add berries to give it an extra nutritional boost. A great breakfast whether with yogurt or almond milk and you can replace the peanut butter with any kind of nut or seed butter.
You’ve got fiber and protein and when you add fruit you’ve also got antioxidants and vitamins.
Peanut Butter Chia Bars
This recipe gives you a great breakfast snack. The chia seeds have fiber, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants. 2 peanut chia bars would give you over 16 grams of protein, but you can increase the protein by adding in extra protein powder.
Buckwheat Coconut Porridge
Buckwheat is a seed and it’s high in fiber and protein. Even though it’s called buckwheat, it doesn’t have any wheat or gluten. So it’s a low GI, high in amino acids, fiber, minerals and anti-oxidants.
This recipe is creamy great tasting and can be a meal or used as a breakfast. You can add fruits to give it extra taste and a nutritional boost.
Double Chocolate Pancakes
Not just chocolate, they’re double chocolate. With a mix of cocoa powder, syrup and apple sauce these pancakes have a great sweet taste. You can eat them by themselves or add fruit. You can also either use the chocolate sauce or swap it for peanut butter.
There low fat, gluten free, high protein, vegan, and a low sugar breakfast option.
Chickpea Breakfast Bowl
Ridiculously, quick and simple. You can knock this up in a few minutes for a great start to the day.
It’s healthy, it’s vegan and incredibly easy to make. This recipe is scrambled chickpeas, with an avocado and a mix of leafy greens. This gives you a great mix of healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. With half a tin of chickpeas this recipe is about 11.5 grams of protein. With a full tin of chickpeas, it’s about 21grams of protein.
You can start your day with anyone of these great tasting, nutrient packed vegan breakfasts.
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