Easy Vegan Breakfast

When You Want Something Warm:

My go-to breakfast recently has been all about avocado & bagels. Toasted, drizzled with balsamic, and 100% yummy. I roast or sear some sweet potatoes with a little BBQ & spices (I use garlic, pepper, and chili powder) and it all comes together in about 5-10 minutes! So easy and so filling and nutritious.

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When you want something cold:

Recently the weather in Nebraska has been fluctuating, but spring is in the future!! We can finally start eating cold breakfasts again without feeling absolutely frozen after. Is that just me? Anyways, here’s my go-to smoothie recipe for the days that start off warm. What a dream that would be- crossing my fingers it gets warm here soon!

Morning Smoothie:

  • A few kale leaves

  • 2 fresh mangoes (not frozen)

  • 1 cup frozen wild blueberries

  • 1/4 c water or dairy free milk

  • 2 T maple syrup or agave

    Things you can add in extra: almond butter, supplements, fruit sorbet/sherbet, and other fruits/veggies that you have local/on sale! The base of this smoothie is very versatile so keep experimenting!

    To make this smoothie more filling, add more fats such as avocado, chia seeds, flax seeds, nuts, nut butters, etc.

PB Sausage Waffle Sammie (Easy GF/Vegan Breakfast)

Hey everyone! This “recipe” isn’t hard, it’s easy, cheap, and LAZY. I’m all for a lazy vegan breakfast that are actually GOOD FOR YOU. Yes, you read that right. With over 20g of protein and healthy fats, this lil sammie is ready to fuel your day and keep you full. It’s so filling you might be able to share. Maybe.

NOT a good picture, but this morning I was hungry and my food was not prepared for it’s photo debut. I didn’t think it would be THIS good. But I still had to share. It is not something to be kept secret.

NOT a good picture, but this morning I was hungry and my food was not prepared for it’s photo debut. I didn’t think it would be THIS good. But I still had to share. It is not something to be kept secret.

Recipe:

  • Gluten Free Homestyle Waffles

  • Beyond Meat Sausages (Shaped into a patty that fits your waffle)

  • Natural Peanut Butter

  • Agave/Maple Syrup/Your Choice of Sweet Dipping Sauce

THAT’S IT. Cook your sausage on the stove while you pop your waffle in the toaster, once it pops up put your PB on both sides, and your patty should be done at that time too! Get yourself something like maple syrup to dip it in and voila! This recipe took me no more than 5 minutes. It’s great for those running late days, and is surpisingly better for you than most oatmeals, smoothies, etc. Take that McDonalds.