hi everyone today I’d like to show you
five gorgeous recipes of vegan breakfast
meals I often make smoothies or just
oats in the morning but sometimes I
prefer something more interesting and
filling so I decided to share some ideas
with you I hope you will like it so let’s get started
the first recipe they are going
to make is these veggie quesadillas
i use simple vegetables I have at home I fry
onions add a pinch of seasonings and salt
then I add one tomato and cook
until they’re soft
now it’s time to arrange the quesadillas. I use hummus and
spread it over the tortilla. then I take a
half of avocado, I cut it up and mesh with
I squeez lime juice in order to keep
an avocado green. and now I add warm
veggies and spread them thoroughly.
you can add some olives, herbs and spring
onions. and then you have to fry it for a
minute on a skillet to make the
quesadillas warm and crispy you have to
do the same with the second tortilla
finally you just put it on top and your
breakfast is ready cut it up into slices
when i get bored of regular smoothies
I prefer to make this layered smoothie bowl
with chia seeds.
For the first lawyer you need just two ingredients: a half banana
and a cup of frozen berries. I use red
and black currants because they’re a little
bit sour and it complements with other
sweet layers. I blend it up until it’s smooth
And next we are going to prepare
the second layer. Take six tablespoons of
chia seeds and 25 tablespoons of vegan milk.
Mix it up and live for about 10 minutes to thicken.
Add sugar or fructose and the teaspoon of coconut flakes if you’d like
for the last layer I used a half banana
and a bunch of spinach
And arrange the lawyers as you’d like
This fresh and colorful breakfast is so good for your
health it contains a lot of vitamin C
from currants and spinach and fatty acids
from chia seeds
I especially like this protein breakfast. It tastes so good!
For this omelet you need to fry one onion and
about 4 medium mushrooms
in a cup combine together three
tablespoons of chickpea flour, seasonings and salt
and eight tablespoons of water
After that I use two additional tablespoons
of chickpea flour to get thicker consistency
Add a chopped tomato
I prefer to add turmeric to make the
omelet more yellow I add two and a half
I add 2,5 tablespoons of flax seeds and finally I
add fried mushrooms and fresh greens
now use olive oil to cover a skillet and
spread the dough evenly
When one side is ready try to flip the omelet carefully
I usually use two spatulas to do that
because it’s kind of tricky
Cook this omelet until it’s ready
to make this easy and healthy pancakes
you need a cup of oats. I blend them first.
and a half cup of vegan yogurt it has to
be sour. And you need one ripe banana
I add two tablespoons of melted coconut
butter, 2 tablespoons of maple syrup
and when it’s all are blended together
I add a teaspoon of baking soda
If the yogurt is sour enough the final mixture
will have a lot of bubbles.
And I also add a quarter cup of rice floor
now it’s time to fry our pancake
I don’t use oil for that because there is
coconut oil in the dough, but if your
pancakes stick to the skillet add a
little bit of olive oil in the mixture
as you see I add about 3 tablespoons of
dough for one pancake
flip the pancakes when the bubbles burst
you can form them a little with a spatula
Fry the rest and there you go!
the last recipe is tuna sandwich
Of course without real tuna but tastes similar
You can use any vegetables and
herbs you have. I use cucumbers, tomatoes,
radish, and so on.
The most important ingredient is white bean. You can also
use canned chickpeas. I’ve got about a
half of a can.
Then I mash it with a fork. And after that I add a teaspoon of
hot mustard, salt and pepper.
I also add lime juice and green onions
That’s all! Now you just need to arrange
the sandwich and it’s ready!
Really quick and easy!
thank you guys for watching. I hope you
enjoy these recipes. if you like this
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I’ll see in the next time. Bye!
All credits go to Jane Evergreen