Browse through some of the best vegan breakfast recipes!
Super easy treat to keep on hand for those afternoon sweet cravings! Made with healthy fats and lucuma fruit for a caramel like flavor.
Because granola is a favourite among us vegans, I decided to contribute the components for a spring-inspired granola parfait—a bowl of crunchy oat granola with seeds and dried fruit; a scoop of blueberry and apple jam; and topped with a thick vanilla cream made with coconut milk and cashews. It made for a delightful end to a delicious meal.
Breakfast, snack, dessert, treat. Whatever or whenever you feel like a healthy and sweet flavor explosion - this is the perfect choice. Ridiculously easy to prepare, filling and so boosting it's nutty to even think of it all.
What do you get when you combine the juices of fresh pineapple, beet, carrot, and strawberry? You get an ultra delicious and body-adoring love potion of course! Your ingredients can be run through a juicer, or you can use a blender with water as needed, straining everything through a nut milk bag at the end to remove the fiber. Cheers!
Christina Ross of Love-Fed.com says, "Chia seeds are packed with energy and you don’t need the Aztecs to tell you that, just try them for yourself." Once you try this recipe you'll understand why ancient warriors used chia for sustained and powerful energy! You'll feel like conquering the world! This recipe takes but 5 minutes to prepare, is full of chocolatey deliciousness, is densely nutritious, AND contains a raw vegan cream cheese frosting...you can't go wrong!
This recipe was created by Christina in honor of her birthday, but you certainly don't have to wait for a birthday to celebrate life by eating dessert for breakfast!
If you have access to yellow or purple passion fruit (also known as lilikoi here in Hawaii) then you should definitely try this yummy raw Sunrise Sorbet Smoothie. Most asian markets in any major city sell these wonderful fruit that are incredibly high in vitamin C, A, as well as B2, B3, B6, folate and fiber . It’s also a great way to get turmeric into your daily diet.
The weekend is upon us and we highly recommend whipping up something decadent yet healthy for brunch tomorrow morning - you deserve it! These are Gena Hemshaw's simple raw vegan crepes with a banana soft serve filling and fresh strawberry jam. Gooey, chewy, and totally delish!
Tangy, sweet, creamy and full of citrusy zest, this is a healthy raw vegan version of traditional English lemon curd by Sarah McMinn of The Sweet Life! The options are endless with this recipe! Use as a filling for tarts or crepes topped with fresh berries, as a topping for waffles, or serve a dollop or two along with a fruit salad for breakfast.
Give your body a dose of heavy metal cleansing cilantro all the while enjoying a sweet, creamy smoothie made from a base of fresh pear, banana, and dates. You'll be pleasantly surprised how the zesty herbal flavor of cilantro fuses with the taste of fruits in this smoothie. Low in fat and high in fiber, this is a great light, cleansing breakfast or snack.
The simple action of making fresh fruit and vegetable juice for yourself daily can be a huge boon to your health and vitality! And Christina Ross of Love-Fed.com just made the whole process even sweeter with this recipe for carrot cupcakes using the leftover pulp. Complete with coconut vanilla bean frosting! Enjoy!
Glowing complexions, shiny hair and flat bellies....things many of us aspire to achieve (and CAN!!). This juice blend by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram was developed with those goals in mind. Full of alkaline minerals and juicy sweet goodness.
Watch her recipe demo video here on youtube!
The ultimate in refreshing nourishment! This is a green drink featuring all star ingredients such as fresh coconut water and the juices of apple, romaine, celery, cucumber, ginger and fennel. This green juice elixir becomes the base of a smoothie with the addition of brown rice protein, Vitamineral green, and white chia seeds. Light and perfectly sweetened by apple and coconut water and packed to the max with minerals and nutrition!
Gluten free, sugar-free, dairy free and soy-free, this recipe for warm cacao milk is inspired by raw chocolate truffles! Curl up with your favorite book, a mug of cacao milk, and enjoy some peaceful solo time! Warming it up gently on the stove top or in the dehydrator is optional but we highly recommend it.
A Raw for $10 a Day or Less breakfast recipe for a simple chia smoothie packed with antioxidant love and plenty of super nutrient charged chia seeds! If you haven't yet discovered the wonders of chia there is no time like the present. Chia is amazing not only for its nutrition (complete protein and high omega 3 fatty acid content) but they also offer a great, gentle form of dietary fiber. When chia is mixed with liquid they will form a jelly-like paste, and act as a gentle "sweep" through the intestines. A great way to get things moving so to speak! White chia is very similar to the more standard brown chia, however they are slightly smaller, more delicate, and are a bit easier to chew.
Ever wondered if there is a way to make your own VEGAN cultured Greek style yogurt? Well the answer is yes and Priscilla Soligo of Rawthentic Food will show you how with this simple recipe! Organic plant based probiotics are added to a base of blended coconut meat. The mixture is then allowed to sit 10-12 hours at around 100 degrees F to complete the fermentation process after which a splash of lemon juice is added for extra tang. If you are in a cold climate you can simply place your bowl in a dehydrator set to 100 degrees. Remember to always use glass for your cultured foods! Serve it up with fresh berries and superfood toppings!
Creamy avocado blended with young Thai coconut makes the simple base for what turns into layers of either chilled pudding or ice cream depending on the direction you choose to take this recipe! Real vanilla bean, dates and agave are used for flavor and sweetness while purple berries and bright green spinach are used for a fun pop of color! This recipe by Golubka makes an inspired breakfast, dessert, or fun healthy snack.
Relax with a cup of warm (or hot!) superfood haute chocolate and nourish your body and spirit with each delicious sip. This recipe also makes a fabulous DIY Holiday gift idea for friends and family. All of the dry ingredients can be mixed together and placed in a cute, festive glass jar with a bow or ribbon. A few suggestions from the chef, Sarah Britton: "If you do not like spiced hot chocolate, just use the first four listed ingredients, plus milk or water. If you do not have or cannot find coconut sugar, leave this ingredient out of the mix and sweeten the finished beverage with honey or maple syrup." Check out Sarah's blog for a complete description of ingredients and more fun recipes!
Keep "stylishly sinful" with Karolina Eleonora's decadent recipe for a chocolate mousse containing both coffee AND chlorella. After-all, to be a true raw foodie you must get a little crazy in the kitchen at least once in a while! If you don't do coffee use maca instead for a malty flavor and nice mellow energy boost.
This is a fabulous recipe to help clear the skin from the inside out! Skin care begins with what we are putting inside of our bodies. Clear skin is a reflection of balanced hormonal and detoxification systems. Aloe, ginger, and dandelion are all potent skin healers and detoxifiers, while cucumber and celery add a low glycemic base with plenty of structured water and electrolytes to mineralize and flush away toxins.