These Vegan Brunch Recipes will be a hit with the family or even a whole crowd!Whether it’s just a lazy morning or a special occasion or holiday, we’ve got options for everyone, whether they like sweet or savory morning delights.
You might find it hard to believe, but these delicious healthy brunch recipes are going to be a hit with every kind of eater. We’ve got everything vegan from Quiche to Hash Brown Casserole, and they are all fabulous.
What are the most popular brunch dishes?
Since brunch is usually served later in the morning--usually between 10 a.m. and noon–we often find ourselves enjoying it on those lazy slow-moving days or even on special holidays like Christmas Day and Mother’s Day. Take a look at our Mother’s Day vegan brunch ideas.
It seems like breakfast and sweet flavors like maple syrup with cinnamon just go hand-in-hand. My husband is a big-time sweet breakfast and brunch lover and loves for me to make Applesauce Muffins or a stack of Banana Oat Pancakes.
Savory recipe options
My personal favorite brunch recipes are more on the savory side. Don’t get me wrong, I love waffles and muffins, but delicious dishes like Smoked Tempeh Bacon and bagels with Creamy Cheese will always be at the top of my list.
The casseroles in the list below are a great idea because they can be prepped ahead of time and stored in a covered casserole dish in the refrigerator until you’re ready to cook them.
The holidays are a perfect time to try out these vegan brunch recipes on a crowd.
Prep ahead- The great thing about most of these recipes is that they can even be made a day ahead and cooked in the morning. That makes enjoying family instead of cooking even easier.
Combining recipes- If you can’t decide which of these amazing recipes to go with, I vote for making more than one so you can mix and match to please all of the family and guests. There’s just no way to go wrong with any of these so, the more the better!
Pairing dishes- Some great options that pair well are pancakes and bacon, bagels and cream cheese, muffins and fruit, or grits and toast with jam.
More options- For even more amazing healthy breakfast recipes, check out my Vegan Breakfasts recipe index.
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Vegan Brunch Recipes
The most fabulous healthy vegan brunch recipes with everything from pancakes and muffins to hash brown casserole and quiche! Click on each of the photos, recipe titles, or 'Get the Recipe' buttons to see full recipes with ingredients, measurements, instructions, and a print button.
This oil and dairy-free version of the traditional American hash brown casserole is delicious and heart-healthy. With potatoes, onions, red bell peppers, creamy vegan cheese sauce, and smoked paprika, there is no skimping on taste.
I love quiche because it’s creamy, delicious, and perfect for any meal–breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even holiday brunch. This vegan quiche casserole is packed with flavor and will be a huge hit no matter when you serve it.
Pancakes are my husband’s favorite, and Saturdays are a great time to make them. Many times, I will cook a double-batch and freeze the leftovers. They freeze very well and make a quick breakfast on some fast-paced mornings. Top them with any fruit you have on hand and enjoy!
Dark, moist, and scattered with raisins and fresh apple bits, these applesauce vegan muffins are perfect for breakfast or a snack. So scrumptious and easy to make, no one will ever guess they are actually healthy. Make ahead of time and freeze for quick breakfasts on the go!
Forget the fast-food greasy breakfast burrito version. This is the ultimate, healthy breakfast powerhouse! Your arteries will thank you!! Checkout the cooking demo showing how to prepare these vegan breakfast burritos.
These vegan blueberry muffins are moist, fluffy, and packed with fresh blueberries. They are so good, no one will ever know they are healthy unless you tell them. And even then, they won't believe you!
These banana oatmeal vegan muffins are wholesomely delicious and gluten-free! They are packed with healthy ingredients like oat flour, bananas, applesauce, almond milk, and spices and can be served for breakfast, snack, dessert, or any time!
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