15 Delicious Vegan Brunch Recipes That You Will Love

A vegan diet can sometimes be difficult to maintain. Whether you decide to cut certain foods out of your diet for ethics, health, or any other reasons, sometimes, you’re left feeling like you’re missing out on some delicious meals. 

Although, following a vegan diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on good food. In fact, vegan meals are among the most delicious meals you can get.

15 Delicious Vegan Brunch Recipes That You Will Love

With little extra ingredients and a whole lot of knowledge, you can produce restaurant-quality meals that will leave you forgetting about meat altogether. 

Take these vegan brunch recipes, for instance. Not only are they easy to make but they’re also incredibly delicious with accessible ingredients, and, of course, completely vegan-friendly. 

The popularity of brunch has been on the rise in recent years, so we’ve compiled a list of all the best vegan brunch recipes so you can join in on the fun too. 

With this in mind, let’s jump straight into some feel-good food that you will love. 

1. Herbed Breakfast Hash

If you have any leftover vegetables in your pantry, then this Herbed Breakfast Hash is a great option if you aren’t sure what to do with them. 

Seasoned with smoky chili powder, lots of fresh herbs, and fragrant garlic, this is a healthy and hearty way to start your day. 

Serve it alongside a slice of whole grain toast and some vegan yogurt and you’ll have yourself a brunch fit for a king. 

This recipe is loaded with cherry tomatoes, red potatoes, corn, zucchini, and, of course, fresh herbs to bring all the flavors together. 

2. Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Pancakes

These gluten-free pancakes consist of nutty buckwheat flour, vegan chocolate chips, and coconut flakes to provide you with a feel-good brunch. 

Top your stake with fresh banana slices and a generous pouring of maple syrup for the best light and fluffy pancakes. 

3. Rainbow Sweet Potato Hash

For the perfect homemade brunch, try this savory rainbow sweet potato hash – it’s as scrumptious as it is delightfully colorful. 

Sweet onions, earthy kale, and crunchy bell peppers come together to create a satisfying texture and depth of flavor to your potato medley. 

While you’re waiting for your veggies to cook, quickly make an avocado dressing to drizzle over your hash, all that’s left to do is dig in!

4. Avocado Toast Recipe

There is a reason why avocado toast is a staple brunch option, it’s because it is simply delicious. Plus, completely vegan!

The creaminess of the avocado combined with the crunchiness of the toast is sure to make it one of your all-time favorite brunch recipes. 

To enhance your avocado toast experience don’t forget about the optional ingredients. These include chili flakes for an added kick and lemon juice for citrusy hints – you’re welcome.

5. Broccoli Tofu Quiche 

The best way to start your day is with a plate full of nutritious ingredients, and this broccoli tofu quiche provides just that. 

Made using a variety of ingredients such as a range of herbs and seasonings, broccoli, and pastry, you’ll be rewarded with a delicious, hearty brunch. 

Unlike the traditional egg quiche recipe, this one uses tofu as an alternative – providing you with the same flavors you know and love. 

6. Low-Fat Whole Wheat Waffles

Who said brunch had to be exclusively savory? These low-fat whole wheat waffles bring the sweetness you’ve been looking for. The soy milk provides natural fats and, instead of oil, this recipe contains applesauce, making it virtually fat-free!

Since no butter or margarine is included in this recipe, ensure your waffle iron is suitably greased before making your waffles, you could be left with a very sticky situation. 

The beauty of this recipe is that you can add whatever toppings you desire. Whether you stick to the classic maple syrup or go for something more unconventional such as agave nectar or even a fruit preservative. 

Whatever you choose, it is sure to taste delicious. 

7. Vegan Tofu Scramble

Looking for the perfect substitute for scrambled eggs? Then you can’t go wrong with this vegan tofu scramble recipe, working with a variety of foods. 

For a twist on the classic, you can include onions and/ or green peppers into the mix. Alternatively, you can adjust the recipe to your liking, adding whatever ingredients you want, crafting your perfect brunch! 

Whether you enjoy your vegan tofu scramble on a slice of toasted bread, include it in your favorite breakfast burrito, or even eat it on its own without a combination of flavoring, whatever you choose it’s a delicious alternative with endless possibilities. 

8. Gluten-Free Mushroom Veggie Burger

Depending on what time of day you’re enjoying your brunch, you could end up feeling more peckish than you anticipated. In such instances, this gluten-free mushroom veggie burger is a great option. 

While it leans closer to lunch on the breakfast-lunch spectrum, it is perfect for those looking for something more heartier than a simple, small meal. 

For those gluten-intolerant people, simply switch out the bun with a gluten-free option to make this meal suitable for everyone. 

9. Vegan French Toast With Bananas

You don’t have to stop enjoying French toast when you turn vegan, simply use some vegan alternatives to achieve the same results! This is great news for all those French toast lovers out there. 

This is another brunch staple and this particular recipe swaps out eggs for bananas; this creates a sweet touch. When combined with pumpkin spice, you’ll have to stop yourself from eating it every meal. 

Instead of topping your toast with more bananas, you can opt for any fruit alternative such as apples or strawberries. If you’re looking to go a step further, add vegan chocolate chips and dust with a layer of powdered sugar. 

10. Baked Potato Latkes

Latkes, otherwise known as potato pancakes, are a traditional Eastern European meal typically made with egg; however, this recipe calls for ground flaxseed as an alternative to hold everything together. It is perfect for those looking for a vegan replacement for eggs

Likewise, this recipe can be made gluten-free by using brown rice flour as opposed to spelt flour. 

Serve your latkes with vegan sour cream, applesauce, or as a side dish for a larger brunch meal! 

Whatever option you choose, it makes a delicious appetizer. 

11. Cinnamon And Date Chia Pudding

While chia pudding is incredibly easy to whip up, it does require a few extra hours of chilling time; therefore, it’s best to make it overnight. This way, you’ll have a delicious meal waiting for you in the morning. Trust us, the wait is worth it. 

This recipe is fresh, and light, and can include a variety of fruits, including raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and many more! 

If you’re looking for a twist on the classic, you could also try making chocolate chia pudding for a rich delight. 

12. Vegan Shakshuka

Typically served with eggs, this delightful recipe contains two different vegan-friendly egg variations. 

One, you can simply make the shakshuka without eggs, providing you with the same deep flavorful spices and ingredients – perfect for dipping fresh bread. 

Two, you could use tofu to make an egg alternative!

Whichever option you choose, you are guaranteed to be rewarded with a deliciously hearty meal infused with deep flavors and spices. 

13. Cheese And Sweetcorn Scone

Scones are a typical British dessert served with clotted cream and jam. Although, this recipe takes a twist on the classic. 

Instead, you’ll have scones infused with vegan cheese and crunchy sweetcorn for the perfect savory brunch option. 

14. Vegan Dutch Baby

This is a tasty vegan brunch that is perfect for those lazy weekends. Packed with creamy custard and topped with powdered sugar and fresh fruit, this is every child’s dream brunch!

Typically, Dutch babies are mixed with eggs to create that puffed edge effect. However, this recipe calls for flax as a substitute.

Nonetheless, you will still receive all the delicious flavors and textures as your non-vegan counterparts. 

15. Rice Paper Bacon

Whether you’re adding these rice paper bacon streaks onto your favorite vegan waffles with a drizzling of maple syrup, or craving the classic B.L.T but without the bacon, then this is an excellent alternative. 

While vegan bacon can be purchased at the grocery store, this recipe requires less processed ingredients, meaning it’s much better for your health. If this sounds good to you, then what are you waiting for?!

Final Thoughts

We’re not sure about you, but brunch is definitely our favorite time of the day. Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your favorite meals, instead, look for vegan alternatives for a delicious twist on the classic.

From tofu quiche and herbed hash to vegan shakshuka and potato latkes, hopefully, this guide has provided you with some delicious vegan brunch inspiration for your next meals. 

Eve Mason
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