If you are still under the impression that vegan dishes are bland and tasteless, this article is going to change your mind forever. There is a lot you can whip up in the kitchen that is absolutely dairy-free, but also equally delicious and nutritious. From pancakes to waffles, you can still gorge on all your favorite recipes even if you decide to go vegan.

 

Vegan breakfast burrito

Mornings are full of rush, but what if you could have breakfast ready to go? You can make these burritos in less than twenty minutes, stock them up in your freezer, and have them whenever you want – just reheat! They are totally customizable as well – so you can pick and add ingredients as you wish. So first, you have to take a skillet and heat oil in it. Add red onions, sea salt, cumin seeds, and garlic. Stir for some time before adding crumbled tofu, salt, and pepper to the mix. After that, you just have to roll everything up together.

 

Peanut Butter Granola

Sounds yummy, right? You can make these granola bars in a batch over a weekend and munch on them throughout the week. They are sweet, crispy, and very nutritious! In a bowl, add quinoa, cinnamon, banana chips, oats, peanut, sugar, and salt. You have to preheat your oven to 325°F and line two baking sheets. Now, stir often while you heat butter, honey, and peanut butter in a pan. When everything has melted, take the pan off the heat and add banana and vanilla to it. Now, you can add all of this mixture to the bowl. You now have to spread the granola out on the sheets, bake them for 25 minutes on rotation until they go golden brown.

 

Waffles

To make vegan waffles, you need to keep a few tips in mind. The best waffles are fluffy and light- you can get that with vegan ones as well by using a good amount of baking powder and lemon juice in the batter. Instead of the usual milk, you can either use water, soy milk, or almond milk. Use fresh baking powder, let the batter sit for some time before using it, and find a waffle iron that is nonsticky and with even heating.

Remove the waffles with no hurry, or else you may end up tearing them apart. Top with blueberry sauce or maple syrup. You can make these waffles fresh on a weekday or keep a batch in the freezer using airtight ziplock bags. You can reheat them as usual too and they will be just as fluffy when you dig in.

 

Breakfast skillet

If you are looking for a whole plate of vegetables that taste delicious and spicy, this recipe is for you. You first have to boil the potatoes well in salted water. In a pan, heat and stir fry oil, onions, and salt. Add the mushrooms and bell peppers in intervals. Now, remove the vegetables and fry the potatoes in that oil. Add paprika, garlic powder, and any other spices that you normally use. Add everything back to the skillet with spinach as well. Let it wilt and you can add a few drops of lemon juice too. Serve with ketchup or salsa.

 

Pancakes

Make your mornings fun and more filling with a beautiful stack of pancakes drowned in maple syrup and strawberries. If that sounds lovely to you, then get started with the recipe! In a bowl, you have to add salt, sugar, baking powder, and flour while the griddle heats on medium. Take another bowl and start whisking soy milk with a tablespoon of vinegar. Add this to the first bowl with coconut oil as well. Now, you have to mix everything until there are no clumps. Pour some mixture each time on the heated griddle with coconut oil smeared on it. Flip carefully.

You can finally break out of that smoothie rut with such delightful recipes. For as you have seen, you can easily layout a table full of great breakfast recipes that are vegan. So, get to baking and cooking all these dishes and meet your nutritional needs too.