These high-protein vegan breakfasts are the perfect start to the day!
It might seem like dairy dominates the breakfast world. That doesn’t have to be the case with
Looking to switch out your usual or find something new? I guarantee you’ll find it here.
These foods are packed with protein so you can feel fuller, longer.
From toasts and pancakes to breakfast bakes and burritos, these recipes are a hit.
Not only are they high in protein, but they’re also high in flavor.
You’ll absolutely obsess over these spectacular high-protein vegan breakfasts.
These recipes are the perfect thing to get out of bed for!
Best Vegan Protein Sources for Breakfast?
- Tofu – Has hardly any flavor and it’s great at absorbing the surrounding flavors.
- Tempeh – Made from slightly fermented soybeans and has a light nutty taste.
- Chickpeas – Roast them, make them into hummus, or use chickpea flour for pancakes and waffles.
- Hemp Seeds – They can easily be added to smoothies or sprinkled on toast.
- Soy milk – You can put it in smoothies, oatmeal, cereal, and your coffee!
- Oats – Oatmeal is a fantastic way to get some protein in your diet. You can even add other sources to oatmeal like soymilk, seeds, and nuts, or almond butter.
- Nut Butters – Add nut butters to smoothies, oatmeal, toast, or even pancakes and waffles.
- Chia Seeds – Add these to smoothies, baked goods, oatmeal, or make a yummy chia pudding.
- Sprouted Grain Breads – For your morning toast, look for sprouted grain breads like Ezekiel bread.
1. Tofu Scramble
Tofu scramble is the perfect way to replace your morning eggs. These are incredible.
With 19 grams of protein and lots of flavor, this breakfast dish will be a go-to.
Tofu scrambled up with lots of spices creates the most delicious morning meal.
Serve this dish along with your favorite vegan bacon and some fruit or potatoes.
2. Protein Powder Oatmeal
This high-protein oatmeal is a delicious way to start your day.
Sometimes the liquid-to-oatmeal ratio is hard to perfect. This recipe is delicious.
With maple syrup and vanilla protein powder, you can’t go wrong.
You can even add your favorite toppings like fruit or nut butters.
3. Vegan Breakfast Burritos
Vegan breakfast burritos are the ideal breakfast for busy mornings.
Packed with protein and tons of flavor, your whole family will love these.
Scramble some tofu with veggies and delicious seasonings.
This recipe calls for curry powder, salt, turmeric, and onion powder. Yum!
Make these ahead of time to make breakfast a breeze.
4. Berry White Bean Smoothie (High-Protein)
Smoothies are a fantastic breakfast option. This high-protein strawberry and white bean smoothie is crazy good.
The beans and veggies are expertly hidden among delicious berries and creamy bananas.
Everybody will love this recipe.
Take 5 minutes in the morning. If you’re rushing kids out in the morning or running to your spin class, it’s perfect.
5. Vegan Chickpea Flour Omelette
Savory chickpea flour omelets are a terrific breakfast. It’s packed with veggies and has lots of flavor.
The texture of this omelet is like a crepe rather than a traditional omelet.
It’s a lovely yellow color and has a nice eggy flavor. It’s crispy on the outside and stuffed to the brim with veggies.
Add some vegan cheese for ooey-gooey goodness and enjoy!
6. Vegan Chickpea Flour Pancakes
Pancakes are one of my favorite breakfast items. Although they’re not usually very high in protein, these are!
Using chickpea flour is an easy way to get lots of protein into baked goods.
With just three ingredients, these pancakes are super fluffy and gluten-free.
Top them with vegan butter, a drizzle of maple syrup, and some fresh fruit.
These are great for serving a crowd and wonderful for lazy weekends.
7. Vegan Protein Pancakes
Wake up to the smell of maple syrup and enjoy these vegan pancakes for breakfast. This pancake recipe is heavenly.
By using protein powder and almond flour you can easily add lots of protein.
Scratch-made pancakes are always delicious, and these are no exception.
They’re fluffy and lightly sweetened for a spectacular morning treat.
8. Protein Balls With 4 Ingredients
Protein balls are great for on-the-go mornings.
With only four simple ingredients, they’re super easy to make.
You can spend 5 minutes at the beginning of the week making these grab-and-go treats.
Just combine rolled oats, peanut butter, protein powder, and maple syrup.
Add your favorite “toppings” like chocolate chip, mini M&Ms, or dried cranberries. The possibilities are endless.
9. Spicy Tempeh Breakfast Sausage
Spicy tempeh breakfast sausage is a feat of vegan culinary science.
These flavor-packed meatless breakfast sausages are surprisingly delicious.
Process chunks of tempeh with lots of spices for a close match to regular sausage.
You can make these ahead of time and heat up what you need each morning. You’ll love this recipe.
10. Tofu Bacon
Tofu bacon sounds like something that’s impossible to make at home, but it’s so easy!
Thinly sliced tofu gets marinated in lots of flavor-packed ingredients. It’s salty, tangy, slightly sweet, and of course, smoky!
Once the thin tofu bacon is baked, it’s nice and crispy. You’ll be so proud for making this all at home.
11. Protein Baked Oatmeal
Baked oatmeal is a viral morning meal that you have to try.
This is almost like having cake for breakfast, but it’s healthy, protein-packed cake. Yum!
You’ll want this baked oatmeal again and again.
With protein powder, oatmeal, and peanut butter, you know you’re getting plenty of protein.
Although this recipe calls for eggs, make it vegan by using flax or chia eggs instead!
12. Creamy High-Protein Overnight Oats
I love overnight oats for busy mornings. When you need to grab a bite and go, grab jars of these overnight oats.
Rolled oats and chia seeds give it a lovely texture.
Add a touch of sweetness with maple syrup and creamy deep flavor with peanut butter.
These oats are healthy, delicious, and brimming with protein. It’s worth a try just to see what oatmeal can really do.
13. Seedy Hummus Toast
This hummus toast is basically protein stacked on top of protein.
Whether you like avocado toast or not, you’ll be obsessed with this recipe.
Start with sprouted wheat bread and spread on a thick layer of hummus.
You can make it from scratch or use store-bought.
Then sprinkle on some hemp hearts and sunflower seeds. This is a delicious breakfast or snack any day.
14. Vegan Strawberry Protein Smoothie
Smoothies are a fun way to add all sorts of nutrients to your diet. This strawberry protein smoothie is fantastic.
Sweet strawberries make a wonderful base for this frosty beverage. Then add protein powder and coconut milk.
Don’t forget cinnamon and vanilla for extra flavor.
It’s a thick and creamy meal or snack that everybody will love. As a bonus, you’ll be extra energized and full for hours.
15. Vegan Protein Cookies
Incredible vegan protein cookies are healthy but super tasty.
Plus, they’re way more budget-friendly than store-bought vegan cookies.
For these cookies, you’ll need a few wholesome ingredients.
Get out the pea protein powder, cocoa, and a few sweeteners, and start mixing!
Whenever the cookie craving hits, you’ll be excited to have this recipe handy.
16. Greek Chickpeas on Toast
Greek chickpeas on toast is an irresistible dish that you can enjoy any time of day.
This might be the most flavorful and delicious toast topping you’ll ever have.
Chickpeas, shallots, garlic, tomatoes, and tons of spices make this a delightful meal.
Enjoy this with your favorite good bread for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or anytime in between!
17. Vegan Avocado Toast
Yes, most avocado toast is naturally vegan but this recipe has extra protein!
Creamy avocados, spicy chili paste, and lemon juice sit on top of crispy toast.
Then, pile on amazingly spiced chickpeas for a healthy helping of protein.
This toast will actually keep you full and energized throughout the day.
But it’s so good, you’ll already think of it by lunch.
18. Carrot Cake Protein Bars
Carrot cake protein bars are little desserts full of flavor and protein.
Carrot puree will give you a serving of veggies. Sweet maple syrup compliments it perfectly.
They’re like cake you can eat for breakfast and they’ll satisfy any sweet tooth.
Plus, don’t even bother turning on the oven, as these are a no-bake treat!
19. Vegan Chai Breakfast Quinoa
If you already love oatmeal (or not), you’ll adore this new favorite.
Chai tea and almond milk give the quinoa a delightfully subtle sweetness.
Finish it with your choice of toppings. The recipe calls for coconut, pecans, and cinnamon.
Breakfast quinoa is a bowl full of comforting grains that are loaded with flavor.
20. Easy Vegan Quinoa Breakfast Bake
Easy vegan quinoa breakfast bake is a super satisfying and nutritious meal!
It makes a great option for meal prep since it only takes about 10 minutes to put together.
This dish is fruity, nutty, and sweet. Plus, the texture is unbelievably light and fluffy!
For even more sweetness, top it off with vegan frosting and more fruit.
21. Protein Muffins (5 Ingredients!)
Five-ingredient protein muffins will soon be your most frequently made recipe.
They’re easy to make and come out of the oven nice and soft and fluffy. Vegan chocolate chips are rich and sweet.
Kids and adults will adore these quick muffins for any meal or snack.
These seriously make mornings a breeze.
22. Chipotle Tofu Chilaquiles
Chipotle tofu chilaquiles will blow you away. This traditional dish is perfect when you have guests over.
Homemade tortilla chips get smothered with a savory sauce.
Plus, the sauce only requires five ingredients and comes together really quickly.
Enjoy this dish for a delicious breakfast, brunch, lunch, or appetizer!
23. Chickpea & Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash
Chickpeas and sweet potatoes unite to make one irresistibly tasty dish.
Whether you’re vegan or not, this is a fantastic addition to any meal.
Enjoy it with a tofu scramble or your choice of a main dish.
Sliced avocado and a spicy sriracha tahini dressing take the whole recipe to another level.
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