Vegetarian Breakfast Recipes
I love meat! But I have days when I have to switch to meat-free meals. It is quite a challenge for someone like me, who has only learned to cook meat-based meals. Vegetarian breakfast recipes are not that difficult to whip up, as long as you get the basics right. I’ve rounded up five vegetarian breakfast options to help us both get started.
5 Vegetarian breakfast recipes
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Apple Salad Recipe
I am not much of an apple eater – but I am much aware of its nutritional value. An apple salad recipe is a sneaky way of consuming this wonder fruit. The method only needs:
- Seedless grapes
- Plain yogurt
As you can see, the breakfast has plenty of protein from the nuts and the yogurt. My vegetarian breakfast recipes are not necessarily suitable for vegans – you can substitute the yogurt with a non-dairy alternative.
Apple Stuffed Pancakes
These apple stuffed pancakes are packed with protein as they include both eggs and milk. I do not eat much dairy, so I substitute it with milk alternatives like almond milk. If you do not eat eggs, you may find the vegan egg substitutes for baking to be lifesavers. To make the pancakes, you need:
- Eggs 9 (or substitutes)
- Milk (or almond milk)
- Whole wheat flour (any flour should do)
The rest of the recipe requires grated apples, nutmeg, cinnamon, and some salt. It surely needs to be part of one’s health vegetarian breakfast ideas’ book 🙂
Avocado Egg Toast
The avo egg toast is my most favorite of the vegetarian recipes for breakfast. I love avocados – but it is better to limit this particular recipe as both eggs and avocados are high in calories. It is quite filling though. Season you avocado with lemon juice, black pepper, and salt. The lemon juice will prevent discoloration.
Semolina flour (which is the main ingredient of the recipe) is high in protein and low in fat. It is the better alternative to typical porridge ingredients – which tend to be high in carbs and low in fiber and protein. This pudding tastes better with butter. I do not take much dairy, so I tend to use coconut oil instead. The Semolina pudding is one of the most practical vegetarian breakfast recipes as kids would readily eat it without question.
I love me some oatmeal! It can feel bland and boring though, sometimes. Oats on its own is a superfood, but this recipe takes it a notch higher and packs with others like flaxseeds. Flaxseeds are high in Omega 3 fatty acids and fiber.
Also read: Health Benefits Of Being Vegetarian
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