15 Best Vegan Brunch Recipes To Try Today

If you’re an avid bruncher, then you’ll know just how amazing brunch can be as a meal. It’s flexible in time, and in taste.

15 Best Vegan Brunch Recipes To Try Today

So whether you’re brunching early at 10:30, or a little later at 12:30, brunch is a great time for sweet and savory dishes, and is often accompanied by a good cocktail too! 

A Sunday brunch is the best way to combat the hangover from the night before, and who doesn’t love gossiping over some delicious food?

So, if you’re vegan, and trying to find some inspiration for your own brunch recipes, then here are 15 of the best vegan brunch recipes that you need to try!

1. Pancakes With Ombre Strawberries

This is a dish that is going to look amazing on your Instagram story, and the best bit is, it tastes even better!

This colorful combination of the creamy pancakes and the wonderful ombre strawberries provides your brunch with a flood of color, which is sure to impress your friends and your guests. 

This dish is the perfect sweet option for a brunch, and would pair perfectly with your favorite fruit juice, smoothie, or even a cocktail if you’re feeling brave enough!

2. Tomato Lox And Cream Cheese Bagel

Lox and cream cheese bagels are a well known brunch item, so as a vegan, it can sometimes be disappointing that you aren’t able to enjoy the same sort of brunch item as some of your non-vegan friends.

Thankfully, it seems that a tomato that has been boiled and peeled has the potential to make an excellent vegan lox alternative!

Through the use of some intensive seasoning, including tamari, liquid smoke, and some kelp powder, you now have the ultimate lox replacement that pairs perfectly with the cream cashew cheese. 

Serve in a toasted bagel alongside some colorful salad for an eye-catching and tasty brunch.

3. 5 Ingredient Babka Wreath

A seasonal twist on the wonderful traditional Jewish sweet bread makes for an amazing sweet brunch item that helps to set the tone for a lazy Sunday brunch!

Another great thing about this brunch recipe, is that it only needs 5 ingredients!

That’s right, you’re just 5 ingredients away from a super sweet Sunday brunch item, and it’s best accompanied alongside a well brewed coffee!

4. Kale And Mushroom Quiche

As a vegan just starting out, you often find yourself mourning the loss of certain dishes because you no longer eat some of the ingredients used to make them.

This is common with quiche, as you can no longer have the eggs that are in them. Thankfully, this recipe is here to solve all of that!

Whilst this quiche might take a little longer to make, it’s delicious and is worth every minute spent making it, so spoil yourself! 

5. Blueberry, Banana, And Praline French Toast Casserole

If you want that Parisienne feeling without having to fly yourself out to France, this sweet dish is the perfect way to bring a little bit of Europe to your lazy brunch day!

With no eggs, cream, or butter, you can enjoy this sweet treat all morning without having to worry about whether or not it’s vegan, this dish is sure to help rejuvenate your spirit after a particularly wild night out with your friends!

6. Faux Sausage Rolls With Sweet Potato And Caramelized Onion

If a full blown meal isn’t quite your thing for brunch, then the chances are that you’re looking for something snackable that you can easily graze upon all morning. 

Enter these faux sausage rolls!

These will be sure to amaze even the biggest meat eater amongst all of your friends, and the smoky flavor and hint of aromatic herbs will have everyone grabbing for more.

Plus, the use of sweet potato and caramelized red onion means that these are a healthy brunch option too!

7. Blood Orange Tarts

Another great smaller brunch option, these amazing blood orange tarts are gluten and grain free, alongside their vegan blood orange custard, means that these mini tarts are suitable for all of your guests with no concerns! 

Perfect as either a small snack or the complimentary sweet dish after a larger savory dish, you can’t go wrong with these blood orange tarts!

8. Grilled Asparagus And Broad Bean Pesto On Toast

Pesto is a staple brunch ingredient, and is the key ingredient in so many great dishes, that it would be rude not to include some form of pesto on this list.

 This broad bean pesto serves as the perfect spread for a lovely toasted slice of bread, which is then adorned by some grilled asparagus (Also check out Delicious Vegan Asparagus Recipes You Will Love) for that super healthy brunch kick!

Paired alongside a fruity smoothie, this brunch is sure to get you back on your feet. 

9. Matcha Lemon Muffins

A summer spectacular, these matcha lemon muffins are here to bring some color and zest into what is quite often a super lazy day.

Their flavor is matched by their color, and are sure to provide you with a spring in your step after your brunch!

These are perfect as a brunch item, snack, or even a sweet treat later on in the day, so you can easily bake a bunch and store them for a later date!

10. Sweet Potato, Apple And Mushroom Hash

A crazy sounding dish but what is even crazier is how good it tastes!

This vegan hash is an excellent choice for anyone looking to solve their morning hangovers with a nutritional and tasty dish.

This morning hash is a great way of getting some energy in your stomach ahead of a particularly long day, and can be made in large batches too so you can share it with your friends!

11. Vegan Crepes

Crepes are an amazing brunch time dish, and are so versatile in terms of what they can be served with, which is why they’re so popular to see on most brunch menus. 

These vegan crepes mean that you don’t have to worry about the inclusion of any eggs or dairy products in your crepes, so you can enjoy them too!

Serve alongside some dairy free chocolate spread and a variety of fresh fruit for a truly sweet treat in the morning! 

12. Silken Tofu Shakshuka

If you want something different compared to your usual brunch options, then this silken tofu shakshuka is most certainly the way to go.

This provides all the tangy and rich flavors you could want from a brunch, this shakshuka substitutes its usual egg topping for silken tofu in order to make it vegan

An easy one pan meal that can be served with bread, brunch perfection!

13. Almond Butter And Vanilla Bean Granola

This brunch item is soon to become your favorite way of brunching, ever.

Filled with all sorts of wholesome ingredients, including almonds, oats (Check out How To Cook Steel Cut Oats), and even coconut milk, you won’t even consider the thought of making your way to the store to purchase granola ever again!

In fact, we can say with confidence that granola is much more enjoyable when it is homemade than it ever could be when you buy it from the store, plus, it’s super easy to make too, so there’s really no excuse.

Whether you decide to add vegan yogurt, almond milk, or even some dairy-free ice cream, the versatility of this homemade granola is a vegan’s dream, and is brilliant for those days when you don’t feel like doing much!

So, if you’re looking for a super healthy brunch meal, and want something that is going to be super convenient, versatile, and most importantly, delicious, then you need to choose this gorgeous, crunchy vegan granola!

14. Cinnamon Sugar And Coffee Cake

This delicious sweet treat is an excellent accompaniment to your weekly brunch menu, and is sure to go down an absolute treat too for its delicious combination of cinnamon, coffee, and sugar, providing you with all the flavor you could ever ask for from a cake at brunch! 

15. Ginger Kombucha Mimosa

Nothing says healthy like a ginger kombucha, and nothing says brunch like a mimosa! If you’re looking to make your brunch fun, then you absolutely have to include some mimosas!

Plus, with the inclusion of ginger kombucha, or as some people are calling it, the “ultimate health elixir” then you can feel a whole lot less guilty about whatever you decide to have for your brunch!

So whether you’re having 1 mimosa or 5, enjoy responsibly and make these ginger kombucha mimosas today! 


We hope you’ve enjoyed having a look through some of the best vegan brunch recipes that you should be trying today, there are plenty of options in this list for all sorts of tastes and palettes, so whether it’s the kale and mushroom quiche, or the silken tofu shakshuka, hopefully you can find something that catches your eye, and you can try it for yourself sometime soon! 

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