17 Delicious Vegan Breakfasts That’ll Keep You Going In Winter

Start your day the tasty way!

1. Chocolate Waffles

Recipe via Heather Christo

2. Green Pesto Avocado Toast With Tahini

Recipe via Well And Full

3. Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl

Recipe via Supergolden Bakes

4. The Fluffiest Vegan Pancakes

Recipe via Lauren Caris Cooks

5. Breakfast Sandwich


Recipe via Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes

6. Kiwi, Kale & Chia Parfait Smoothie

Recipe via Olive Magazine

7. Homemade Baked Beans On Toast

Recipe via Great British Chefs

8. Chocolate Crêpes With Hazelnut Filling & Strawberries

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

9. Berry Layered Chia Pudding

Recipe via Lauren Caris Cooks

10. Crunchy Gingerbread Granola

Recipe via Vanilla Crunch

11. Turmeric & Almond Milk Lattes

Recipe via Figs & Pigs

12. Breakfast Oat Bars

Recipe via So Vegan

13. French Toast with Caramelised Bananas & Berries

Recipe via Lauren Caris Cooks

14. Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

Recipe via Jar Of Lemons

15. Spicy Tofu Scramble

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

16. Apple Oats With Blueberry Compote

Recipe via Deliciously Ella

17. Farmers Market Breakfast Bowl

Recipe via Choosing Chia

17 Extremely Delicious Reasons To Go Vegan In 2017

Need more convincing?

1. Vegan Tacos

Recipe via Nourish Atelier

2. Refined Sugar Free Turtle Brownies (GF)

Recipe via Minimalist Baker

3. Veggie Summer Rolls With Chipotle Peanut Sauce

Recipe via This Rawsome Vegan Life

4. Crispy Hash Brown Haystacks

Recipe via Minimalist Baker

5. Vegan Glazed Donuts

Recipe via House of Lovelock

6. Vegan Tempura


Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

7. Vegan Meringue Kisses

Recipe via Lauren Caris Cooks

8. Ultimate Grillable Vegan Burgers

Recipe via Olive Magazine

9. Vegan Khao Soi Soup

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

10. Loaded Sweet Potatoes with Quinoa Tabbouleh

Recipe via Lauren Caris Cooks

11. Peanut Butter S’Moreos

Recipe via Minimalist Baker

12. Vegan Ravioli With Pumpkin And Ricotta

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

13. Dairy Free Chocolate Caramel No Churn Ice Cream

Recipe via The Almond Eaters

14. Tandoori Tofu Tikka Masala



Recipe via K.O Rasoi

15. Vegan Raspberry Bakewell Cake

Recipe via Wallflower Kitchen

16. White Bean + Mushroom ‘Meatball’ Subs

Recipe via Sobremesa

17. A Raw Cheesecake Recipe

Recipe via The Glow Within

16 Vegan Recipes You Absolutely Have To Try This Christmas

Have a very vegan Christmas…

1. Festive Butternut Roast


Recipe via The Veg Space

2. Vegan Mince Pies with a Rich Home-Made Filling

Recipe via Elegantly Vegan

3. Best-Ever Cranberry & Pistachio Nut Roast

Recipe via Jamie Oliver

4. Vegan Gingerbread Cookies

Recipe via Emilie Eats

5. Mixed Mushroom Stuffing

Recipe via Jamie Oliver

6. Raw Santa Hat ‘Cheesecakes’

Recipe via So Vegan

7. Pecan and Mushroom Wellington

Recipe via Delightful Vegans

8. Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

9. Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Cinnamon Butternut Squash, Pecans, and Cranberries

Recipe via Julia’s Album

10. The Ultimate Vegan Yorkshire Puddings

Recipe via Huffington Post

11. Chocolate Orange Christmas Pudding

Recipe via Wallflower Kitchen

12. Vegan Nut Roast

Recipe via Jamie Oliver

13. Chocolate and Orange Twists

Recipe via Lazy Cat Kitchen

14. Whole Roasted Christmas Cauliflower

Recipe via So Vegan

15. Rum & Orange Chocolate Truffles

Recipe via So Vegan

16. Chocolate Peanut Butter Reindeer Cookies

Recipe via Fork and Beans

13 Vegan Burgers That Are Almost Too Good To Be True

Burgers for everyone!

1. The Jerk Burger

Recipe via Avant-Garde Vegan

2. The Smokey House Slider

Recipe via edgarraw

3. The Mushroom Burger

Recipe via Mon’s Flavours

4. The Superfood Burger

Recipe via The Plant Hub

5. The Blackbean & Mushroom Patty

Recipe via Amy Le

6. The Portobello Burger

Recipe via Eat Drink Shrink

7. The Waffle Burger

Recipe via treeselovehappiness

8. The Bunny Burger

Recipe via Three Bunnies

9. The Buffalo Cauli Slider

Recipe via Eat Drink Shrink

10. The Lentil Burger

Recipe via Contentedness Cooking

11. The Crispy Chickpea Burger

Recipe via Unsweetened Caroline

12. The Thai BBQ Burger

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Recipe via Vegan Yack Attack

13. The Quinoa & Sweet Potato Patty

Recipe via Food By Maria

13 Essential Ingredients Every Vegan Needs In Their Kitchen Cupboard

Keep your kitchen cupboard stocked with these must-have vegan ingredients!

1. Nut Butter

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These tasty spreads, such as almond butter and peanut butter, are an excellent source of protein, fibre, minerals, and healthy fats.

Use in baking, add to your smoothies, spread on toast, mix into sauces, use as a dip or even eat straight out of the jar.

2. Cashews

These creamy nuts are often used as the main ingredient for cheese-based recipes, such as mac ‘n’ cheese, cheesecakes and creamy sauces.

Cashews are packed with vitamins, proteins and an abundance of minerals, including calcium, iron and zinc.

3. Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional yeast is a deactivated yeast that comes in the form of yellow flakes. Famous for its cheesy flavour, nutritional yeast is the perfect ingredient for vegan cheese recipes, such as mac ‘n’ cheese.

Look for brands that are fortified with vitamin B12 for a boost of this important vitamin!

4. Medjool Dates

Naturally sweet and delicious, you can blend medjool dates with a milk alternative to make vegan ‘caramel’

Low on the glycemic index and high in many vitamins, minerals, and fibre, using medjool dates is a healthy way to add sweetness to any recipe, such as energy balls (see above).

5. Spirulina Powder

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An algae, spirulina is a great pick-me-up when added to drinks and smoothies. A 7g serving gives a whopping 4gs of protein and also contains other nutrients such as amino acids, B vitamins and iron.

We love how the bluey-green colour reminds us of the ocean!

6. Chickpeas

These nutrient-dense beans are high in protein and minerals, and they’re great in curries, stews, casseroles and salads. They’re also the ideal ingredient for making vegan sausages and burgers.

If you’re looking for a gluten-free, protein-rich alternative to flour, grind dry chickpeas to make chickpea flour.

7. Black Beans

Rich in protein and fibre, black beans are great for replicating meaty textures in burgers, meatballs, burritos and stews.

For a healthy spin on classic desserts, black beans can also be used in baking recipes such as brownies, cakes, and cookies.

8. Chia Seeds

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To make the signature ‘chia pudding’, add one part chia seeds to four parts vegan milk, and refrigerate overnight.

Chia seeds can also be added to many recipes, most notably smoothies, cereal bars, cookies, cakes, pancakes, muffins, and jams. They can also be added to savoury meals such as pizza bases and stews.

High in omega 3, protein, fibre, and minerals, these little seeds promote health both inside and outside the body by looking after bones, digestion, and skin.

9. Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

Surprising for some, apple cider vinegar is an important ingredient in vegan baking. When used with baking soda the reaction acts as an egg substitute.

But the pairing of apple cider vinegar and baking soda doesn’t end there! You can also combine them to unblock unruly drains.

10. Chocolate

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Despite the myth, vegans can also indulge in a cheeky chocolate treat!

Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content (70% or above) is usually vegan or vegan milk / white chocolate alternatives can be found at health food stores. You can also make your own by mixing melted coconut oil with cocoa powder and a sweetener.

11. Canned Coconut Milk

Canned coconut milk has to be one of our favourite cupboard essentials.

Pour the contents of the tin directly into soups and curries, or refrigerate the can overnight so the cream and milk separate. You can then use the cream for desserts, such as the cupcakes above, and the milk however you like!

12. Oats

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This popular breakfast ingredient can be cooked and served warm, or soaked overnight and eaten cold.

Rich in minerals and proteins, oats are also great in breads, cakes, granola bars, and pancakes.

13. Buckwheat

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From porridges to cakes and salads to burgers, buckwheat is an incredibly versatile ingredient for both sweet and savoury recipes. It’s high in protein, fibre and magnesium, and comes in the form of both flour and groats.

16 Delicious Vegan Desserts You’ll Definitely Want To Try

Try not to eat them all at once…

1. Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cup Brownies

Recipe via Beaming Baker

2. Lemon Baobab & Raspberry Bars

Recipe via Amy Le Creations

3. Cheery Cherry Tarts

Recipe via Healthy ‘n Happy

4. Lemon Tart

Recipe via Amy Le Creations

5. Homemade Chocolate Pistachio Block

Recipe via Pattys Foodography

6. Berry Nice Cream

Recipe via Lulus Dreamtown

7. Raw Chocolate Avocado Tarts

Recipe via Gluten & Refined Sugar Free (recipe in comments)

8. Creamy Lemon ‘n Raspberry Slice

Recipe via Healthy ‘n Happy

9. Coconut Lime Popsicles

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Recipe via Vegan Huggs

10. Raw Redcurrant Cheese Cake

Recipe via Myjuicykids_andme

11. Rocky Road Slice

Recipe via Healthy Eating Jo

12. Salted Caramel & Cashew Ice Cream Bars

Recipe via Blissful Basil

13. Vanilla & Chocolate Nice Cream Sundaes

Recipe via Papaya Sunshine

14. Chocolate Orange Chips

Recipe via Lilsipper

15. Buckwheat Choc Chip Pancakes

Recipe via Healthy Eating Jo

16. Coconut and Berry Minis

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Recipe via So Vegan