Vegan brunch recipes are on the rise. Why? Because brunch is a favorite weekend dining experience to gather with friends and family and vegans are here to join the party! Impress your guests with some of the most delicious plant-based brunch recipes designed to tantalize the tastebuds.
What is Brunch?
Brunch is a word salad. It combines two delectable meals, breakfast and lunch. Brunch is not only a meal; it’s an experience. It’s also a chance to sit leisurely at a table with indulgent food and catch up with friends and family.
You can serve a combination of sweet and savory dishes at brunch. Things like French toast, pancakes, and omelets are common.
If you’re following a vegan diet, finding delicious and satisfying vegan brunch options can be a challenge.
But we’ve got you covered! Here are some of our favorite mouth-watering vegan brunch recipes!
Sweet Brunch Recipes
Looking for some sweet breakfast recipes?
You’ll find everything from classic vegan toast to indulgent vegan cinnamon rolls to tantalize your taste buds.
For a healthy twist, have a coconut protein ball which is easy to make and still indulgently delicious! Whatever you serve, these sweet brunch treats are sure to make you and your loved ones feel satisfied.
These vegan coffee cookies feature coffee baked right in with a delicious chocolate chip cookie. It will be your new favorite cookie recipe!
These vegan gluten-free cinnamon rolls are perfect treats. Imagine soft, tender rolls packed with cinnamon goodness and topped with frosting.
This vegan coffee cake recipe delivers a soft cake with a tender, cinnamon-infused filling and a tasty crumble topping. Add icing for pizzaz!
These lightly sweetened vegan hot cross buns are tender, infused with cinnamon, orange zest, and raisins. It’s a traditional spring treat.
These gluten-free sticky buns are made with a tender gluten-free dough filled with a cinnamon sugar mixture with a buttery pecan topping.
This coconut protein balls recipe delivers delicious protein-infused treats you can make in minutes. These treats are addictively tasty!
These are the best vegan cinnamon rolls ever! If you love gooey cinnamon buns, this recipe with cream cheese frosting, will be your favorite.
Here are some more sweet brunch favorites you’ll love
Add a little sweetness and nutrition to your gathering with some healthy smoothie recipes simply perfect for brunch.
Make brunch special with these sweet and refreshing smoothies. Thanks to some easy-to-follow recipes, you’ll be sipping and dipping your spoon in style!
Add a burst of energy and nutrition to your day with the power of a purple smoothie bowl! Make this delicious, healthy smoothie in minutes.
This nutritious strawberry matcha smoothie is a delicious and healthy way to start your day. You can also enjoy it as a mid-day pick-me-up.
This vegan green smoothie is packed with healthy greens, but don’t worry, it tastes good, too. Make this smoothie a healthy everyday habit!
Start your day right with this Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie. It’s made with bananas, peanut butter, and chocolate protein powder.
Best Brunch Pancakes
Let’s take your brunch pancakes to the next level with some fantastic vegan pancakes. You’ll love how many flavor options they deliver!
Whether it’s healthy oatmeal and whole wheat pancakes or the more indulgent whisky pancakes fried in coconut oil, you’ll love all these pancakes.
Serving pancakes at brunch tip: make them ahead of time and keep them warm in a toaster oven.
These vegan oatmeal pancakes are so healthy and full of tasty ingredients. Serve them with fruit and maple syrup for a tasty breakfast.
These vegan whole wheat pancakes are perfectly light and fluffy. Because they’re made with whole wheat, they’re a healthy start to your day!
Make these Gluten-Free Banana Pancakes over the weekend and enjoy them the rest of the week. They’re easy to make and dairy free too!
It’s so easy to make tasty, tender, fluffy pancakes without eggs. The good news? You don’t even need eggs to make the best pancakes ever!
You’ll want to serve these Vegan Whiskey Pancakes on repeat! They’re fluffy, delicious, and crispy on the outside. Perfect with maple syrup!
Make these fluffy vegan blueberry pancakes for a delicious breakfast. Top them with vegan butter, more blueberries, and maple syrup.
These fruity pancakes are loaded with bananas, ground flaxseeds, berries, and more! Serve them with your favorite toppings like maple syrup.
Ready to top your pancakes? Looking for yummy french toast toppings? How about something healthy for your waffles?
When it comes to pancake toppings (or waffles and french toast), the possibilities are truly endless.
Looking for something healthy? Serve bowls of nuts, seeds, and dairy-free yogurt. This vegan date caramel sauce is both healthy and sweet.
Creating a pancake bar — serve all the toppings in bowls so your guests can make pancakes exactly the way they like them!
Waffles for Brunch
Waffles make for an excellent brunch option. Why? Because you can use so many toppings to make them look and taste amazing!
You can add a dollop of aquafaba whipped cream, seasonal berries, chopped bananas, or a drizzle of maple syrup for a unique brunch experience. Don’t have maple syrup? You can make this simple maple syrup substitute!
Make these crispy Blueberry Waffles complete with a delicious blueberry sauce topping! They’re perfect for weekend indulgent breakfast!
These healthy vegan whole wheat waffles have a crispy crust and a tender, fluffy, delicious center. Serve them with maple syrup and fruit.
Rise and shine with these fluffy vegan chocolate waffles. Serve them warm with vegan butter and chocolate maple syrup any time of the day.
French Toast for Brunch
When it comes to making French toast for brunch, the devil is in the details.
For example, choosing the proper bread is key to making yummy vegan french toast. Adding the best spices can have a significant impact, too.
For French toast with a genuinely gourmet flavor, I love using thick slices of sourdough bread. Bump up the batter with a pinch (or two) of ground spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. Then sprinkle the finished french toast slices with powdered sugar.
For the perfect wow factor, add a generous helping of fresh seasonal berries.
These simple steps will help you can make a seriously exquisite French toast experience for your next brunch.
This Just Egg French Toast is a delicious plant-based twist on a brunch classic. Pair it with toppings like syrup, powdered sugar, or fruit.
Imagine waking up to the best weekend breakfast that’s easy to make and everyone loves! That’s what this vegan French toast is all about.
Plant-Based Egg Dishes
Looking for a delicious alternative to eggs? These plant-based egg dishes include some modern innovations for that egg flavor and texture without chickens!
Imagine eggless omelets filled with vegan cheese and sauteed vegetables. Or how about a vegan frittata with all the roasted vegetables?
Plant-based eggs are not only delicious, but they also deliver protein, vitamins, and minerals. It’s a great way to get essential nutrients in your diet.
This cheesy Just Egg Omelette is the best way to start your day. It’s made with plant-a based egg and filled with veggies and vegan cheese.
This savory Just Egg Frittata is made with simple, flavorful ingredients! Serve this simple meal for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner.
This easy plant-based Just Egg Quiche is filled with veggie bacon, spinach, and vegan cheese to make a hearty and delicious brunch recipe!
You can make this 10-minute Tofu Scramble and enjoy it with toast and vegan cheese, on a sandwich, and more. It’s a vegan protein powerhouse!
This vegan Shakshuka features scrambled tofu in a savory mix of spiced tomatoes, peppers, olives, and onions. It’s a perfect brunch recipe.
This tasty vegan breakfast casserole has layers of biscuits, sausage, tofu scramble, and is topped with cheddar cheese. And it’s all vegan!
What to bring to vegan brunch?
Going to a vegan brunch and looking for something good to bring along? You can never go wrong with some tofu scramble. It’s easy to make and ready in minutes! Alternatively, you can bring muffins made without eggs or milk.
Can vegans eat brunch?
With a bit of planning, there are plenty of brunch recipes for vegans. For example, you can make Just Egg Frittata with roasted vegetables. You can also serve a coffee cake made without eggs or dairy. And never forget that hummus with pita bread is always a great option!
Vegan brunch recipes can be delicious, nutritious, and surprisingly easy to make.
Want simple and classic? These vegan brunch recipes offer something for everyone. You can whip up a batch of vegan french toast in minutes for a comforting weekend treat.
Want sophisticated? Make a classic vegan quiche for a fancy brunch option.
It’s time to show the world that vegans know how to brunch, too!
Vegan Brunch Recipes + Fruity Pancakes
- Prepare the flax egg. Set aside.
- Blend the bananas, milk, vinegar, butter, and agave nectar in a blender or food processor. Pulse in short bursts until the bananas are broken into smaller bits.
- Stir together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a mixing bowl.
- Pour the banana mixture into the flour mixture and stir until there are no large flour clumps in the bowl. Allow the batter to sit for 10 minutes.
- Heat a griddle over medium-high heat. Spray some vegetable spray, and pour the batter in 1/4 cup rounds in the heated pan. Top pancakes with frozen raspberry pieces (whole pieces can be too big for pancakes, so cut them in half or add pieces of the fruit).
- Cook pancakes for 3 to 4 minutes until bubbles appear on the top of the pancakes. Then flip pancakes and cook on the other side for 3 to 4 minutes, until golden brown.
- Transfer cooked pancakes to a pan lined with parchment paper. To keep pancakes warm, place the pan in an oven preheated to 200°F while you finish making pancakes from the rest of the batter.
- Serve pancakes with vegan butter, sliced bananas, fresh fruit, and maple syrup.
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