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Easy Back to School Vegan Breakfast Ideas

Back to school is right around the corner! As the daylight begins to fade and a cool breeze moves through the air you know life is about to get a little busier.

Gone are the days of lazy sun drenched mornings. It’s time to get back into a routine and back to school.

To make the transition easier for you I wanted to showcase some of my favourite vegan breakfast recipes that will be perfect for the back to school morning rush.

The collection of recipes I present to you here not only healthy fuel to start your kids day off right, but they are also cruelty free!!

Think outside of the bacon and eggs and give your children a fast, nutritious and delicious start to the school day!

More Vegan Breakfast Ideas:

  1. Vegan Eggs Benedict- A Hollandaise Sauce to Blow Your Mind!
  2. Basic Vegan Tofu Scramble
  3. Fluffy Whole Wheat Vegan Pancakes-Without Banana!

Mini Apple Pizzas

Apple pizzas are a fun and tasty treat. They’re a great healthy kids recipe for breakfast, lunch, dessert or a snack. Endlessly customizable, this healthy snack for kids will definitely delight children (and grown ups!). Find this recipe on Kate Hackworthy’s blog, veggie deserts!

Vegan Nut, Seed and Fruit Energy Bites

These no-bake, Customizable Fruit, Nut & Seed Energy Bites, are a naturally vegan and gluten-free, nutrient dense snack you can feel good about feeding yourself and your family and can easily be made with ingredients you already have on hand. This recipe you can find over on Emily Kyle’s blog!

Strawberry Banana Chickpea muffins (Gluten Free)!!

Strawberry Banana Chickpea Muffins are light and fluffy, yet high in protein. These chickpea flour muffins are gluten-free and ready in 30 minutes. They are perfect for on-the-go snacks and kids. This recipe is from Sarah on the Bucket List Tummy blog.

Cacao Smoothie

There is nothing quite like the ease of a smoothie for breakfast. And who doesn’t want a chocolate smoothie? One of my favorite parts about this cacao smoothie is how simple it is to make. You basically just dump everything in a blender and process. This recipe was created by Elizabeth on her blog, Healthy Midwestern Girl

Gluten Free Vegan Blueberry Banana Muffins

These Gluten-Free Vegan Blueberry Banana Muffins are sweet and fruity, super easy to make and free from sugar! Find this recipe on Rhian’s Recipe blog!

Fruit and Yogurt Granola Cups

You know when you’re looking for something a little fancier or different than the usual stuff to serve at breakfast or a brunch or even to serve to your kids for a change from the usual snacks? These cute little fruit and yogurt granola cups are perfect for those situations. The nice thing about them is that you can top them any way you like! Find this recipe on Gwen’s blog, Delightful Adventures

Not Too Sweet Banana Apple Muffins

These Not-Too-Sweet Banana Apple Muffins contain much less added sugar than a typical muffin recipe. Instead, they get most of their sweetness from the bananas and the apple pieces. find the recipe over on Becky’s blog, Glue and Glitter.

Blueberry Oat Bars

These Blueberry Oat Bars are so yummy! Oil-free, refined sugar free, and whole grain – they are so healthy you can eat them for breakfast! Teresa created this recipe for her blog, A Plantiful Path.

Vegan Almond Butter Raspberry Muffins

A simple and wonderful start to the day, these Vegan Almond Butter Raspberry Muffins are filled with juicy, sweet raspberries nestled within an almond infused moist muffin cake. This recipe comes from Amanda at My Goodness Kitchen

Basic Vegan Tofu Scramble

This tofu scramble can be made in a big batch and reserved in the fridge for a busy morning. simply take out a portion and microwave that morning! Serve with some toast and you have a hot, protein packed vegan breakfast ready to start your child’s day off right!

Vegan Tofu Scramble shown on a white plate with green onions cut on top

I really hope you guys have found these back to school vegan breakfast recipes helpful!

Please check out the above blogs mentioned for even more inspiration on your plant based lifestyle!

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Megan Kerry

Megan Kerry is a Vegan Lifestyle Educator and Licensed Practical Nurse. Her content focuses on vegan recipes and ethical living. She is a mom of four children, a long time vegan, and an even longer time foodie. She loves veganizing any and all dishes and sharing her recipes and lifestyle tips with all of you!

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  1. I love the way these recipes look and was so excited that you had already had them all in one place! I just wish the recipes were included too! Then I could easily see the ingredients and see what looks doable for my household. At least we live in an age where we can easily find things like this on the internet. Thanks!

    1. It would be a lot easier to see all the recipes in one place for sure, unfortunately with my plug in I can only have one recipe card! I hope you found something you like!

  2. I want to try these recipes. I’m particularly excited about those chickpea muffins. The Apple “pizza” reminds me so much of my childhood dipping apple slices in peanut butter.

  3. It all looks delicious! I think I’m going to make the Almond Butter Raspberry and Apple Banana muffins this weekend. They’d be great to throw in the freezer for on-the-go school mornings.

  4. Mmmmm….cocoa smoothies sound amazing!!! I need some to refresh the day with today! Wholesome ingredients to a wholesome list!!

  5. Summer didn’t last nearly long enough this year! I so want more. I’ll be trying the apple pizzas, to be sure. I love the customization aspect of them too, and apples are easily a favorite fruit in my house. I’m sure my husband would enjoy them as well.

    1. Our summer was mostly all rain!!! So I definitely hear you about there just not being enough of it! I hope you guys enjoy the pizzas!

  6. Oh my goodness all of these look amazing!!! I am totally going to try the mini apple pizzas, on my kiddos, they will love them! Definitely keeping these ideas in mond for back to school!

  7. Those mini apple pizzas look fantastic! My kids love eating apple slices and I bet this would make them want them even more.

    1. The Tofu Scramble is so simple and filling! It’s great for when you are wanting a more traditional hot breakfast that’s full of protein!

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