11 Scrumptious Vegan Brunch Recipes
The most amazing vegan brunch recipes, from muffins and pancakes to smoothies, breads, and fruit bars. Gluten free options included!
All I do is brunch brunch brunch no mattah wut (to be sung to the tune of “All I Do is Win” by DJ Khaled). Ahhh brunch. Even Khaled can agree that it is one of the keys to foodie success (insert key emoji here). Has there ever been anything more magical?
When we think brunch, we think beautifully decorated stacks of pancakes and waffles, bubbly drinks, savory breakfast casseroles, and ooey-gooey breads. Are you drooling yet? I am.
By no means do you have to be follow a vegan diet to enjoy these recipes. Believe me, they’re all certifiably delicious to carnivores and herbies alike. The best part is that a lot of these items can be made ahead so you don’t have to do anything but eat and socialize in the morning.
Ahh, the magical question. The good news is that today’s list of simple, healthy, dairy and egg-free recipes (beautifully decorated stacks of pancakes and waffles and ooey-gooey breads included) are sure to satisfy all of your brunch goals.
You can make vegan versions of pretty much everything these days, but my favorite vegan brunch items include pancakes, quick breads, muffins, oatmeal bars, and smoothies.
Swap out the eggs for flax eggs or egg substitue in a recipe that calls for eggs and you’re golden! See a pancake recipe with butter? Try melted coconut oil instead.
Savory vegan brunch items are more tough, but you can do magical things with chickpea flour to make vegan egg bakes, brunch casseroles, and quiches.
So whether you’re prepping for Mother’s Day brunch or it’s simply the weekend, break into thes recipes for a no-fail, drool-worthy meal. Until next time…brunch on!
Use flax eggs, vegan butter/oil, and vegan cream cheese. Jessica says, “This recipe was SO good and easy to make! It’s perfect for the morning because it’s not too sweet and hearty. Loved it!”
Allison says, “My very picky husband just asked me to make this bread again! It was a hit with our family. I use maple syrup instead of sugar.”
I say, “This is my go-to pancake recipe. So fluffy every time!”
Use a flax egg. Elisabeth says, “These are great! I have made them five times in the past month! I have been having a chocolate craving, so today I added 1/4 c. cocoa powder to the mix. Delish!”
Kara said, “Our family devoured these! So yummy, thanks!”
Leah says, “Delicious! My toddler loved them, too.”
Dylan says,”I put this shiz on everything!”
Angelina says, “This came out so good! I used Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 Gluten Free flour instead, and it worked perfectly. The perfect holiday treat!”
Angela says, “Can I tell you how much I loved this recipe? Made two cups, one for husband…. and we loved it a lot. Thanks for sharing.”
Madi says, “These are delicious! New fave muffin recipe. I love citrusy baked goods.”