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14 Vegan Breakfast Recipes With 7 Ingredients or Fewer

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These simple vegan breakfast recipes are going to revolutionize your morning routine. They each have just seven main ingredients, so you can whip together a veritable vegan feast that will keep you sated until lunch.


From meatless bacon to quick chia pancakes, the recipes are healthful, packed with plant-based ingredients and free of items associated with animal suffering and the horrors of the meat, dairy and egg industries.

If you're new to making vegan meals, these simple recipes are a great way to start:

1. Gluten-Free Waffles

You're only seven ingredients away from devouring these waffles.

© Minimalist Baker

2. Avocado Toast With Garbanzo Beans

Toast is the perfect breakfast item, but not by itself. This recipe features a special combination of avocados, cherry tomatoes and garbanzo beans to help make it a filling meal.

3. Blueberry-Strawberry Overnight Oats

This delicious mix of oats, cinnamon, chia seeds, almond milk and vanilla extract will having you saying, "Oh my oats."

© Oh She Glows

4. Breakfast Hash

Nothing is more comforting than potatoes first thing in the morning. This hash is packed with breakfast "sausage," black beans and baby spinach.

© Happy Food Healthy Life

5. Breakfast Sandwich

This super-simple, soy-free breakfast sandwich includes a delicious white bean mash.

© Chocolate Covered Katie

6. Chia Seed Pancakes

You'll definitely agree that these quick, fluffy pancakes are worth setting your alarm back just a touch.

© Running On Real Food

7. Simple Breakfast Burrito

This one's so simple, so quick and hearty enough to keep you full until lunch.

© Simple Vegan Blog

8. 5 Simple Morning Smoothies

Here are not just one, but five choices for easy power smoothies.

9. Jumbo Chickpea Pancake

With salt and pepper, baking soda and garlic powder probably already in your kitchen, we figured that we could justify saying that this has "seven main ingredients" and squeeze it on the list. Adorn this delicious chickpea-flour pancake with goodies like salsa, avocado, hummus or cashew cream.

© Oh She Glows

10. Mango and Raspberry Açaí Bowl

Want your breakfast to taste like ice cream? We thought so. Simply blend frozen banana, mango and frozen raspberries with almond milk and açaí powder, which comes from Brazil's antioxidant-rich super-fruit.

© The Goodfood Goddess

11. Scrambled Tofu Breakfast Wrap

You're going to want to make this as soon as you see how easy it is.

© I Love Vegan

12. Dark Chocolate Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

Chocolate and quinoa? You'd better believe it.

© Miminalist Baker

13. Single-Serving Banana Oat Baked French Toast

Nut butter, banana, almond milk, maple syrup, cinnamon and vanilla extract round out the sumptuous flavors of this vegan French toast.

© Running With Spoons

14. Tempeh Bacon

For a classic breakfast, pair this vegan bacon with a 60 Second Tofu Scramble or VeganEgg. Add toast to round out the perfect plate.

© Simple Vegan Blog

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