vegan breakfast

Our Healthy Vegan
Breakfast Favorites

that we featured in our Instagram stories

Time is running out but you need a solid breakfast to handle the day? Look no more, we got you covered with our five favorite easy recipes that will power all of your Womanboss Wednesdays (and every other day). They are all vegan and sugar free. You can shop the ingredients we use at the end of the article.


1. Almond Butter Toasts

Just like fruit, almonds and other nuts are part of our morning routine ! We like to use nut spreads on bread over sugary jam or honey, this helps the body stay away from sugar spikes. Its very important to keep sugar intake low in the morning or you’ll be craving energy all day. We love to top our toasts with apple or banana.

2. Oatmeal + toppings

Oatmeal is the most complete and comforting breakfast recipe we know.  Cooking the oats makes them much easier to digest. You can add superfoods of all kinds to the mix and sweeten it with honey or maple syrup. We add fruits of any kind (can be frozen), seeds, coconut flakes and our home made rawnola on top. 

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4. The Berry Smoothie

Our smoothies are always super nourishing, don’t be afraid to be hungry after ! We have this one every morning to detox from heavy metals. We use wild blueberries, a very potent fruit that help flush toxins.Then we add 1 or 2 bananas, plant milk, hemp seeds, flax seeds and reishi mushroom powder. Reishi helps with immunity support and the seeds give us the omega 3s we need. You can find all he ingredients in our shop

3. Almond Yogurt Parfait

It took us time to find a good plant-based yogurt and we finally found the one.  Provamel makes the most delicious sugar free vegan yog, full of healthy fats and organic ingredients. We find that the full coconut yogurt is heavy on the stomach, but this one is mixed with organic soy so it’s easily digested. For those intolerant to soy, Harvest Moon makes some great soy free alternatives. 

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5. Super Choc Smoothie

In case of extreme chocolate cravings, we have a very thick chocolate smoothie recipe. This one requires: plant milk, a handful of cashews, raw chocolate powder, hemp seeds and a few coconut milk ice cubes for the fluff. It’s important to use raw cacao powder because raw ingredients still have enzymes, vitamins and antioxidants inside. Plus, the healthy fats will keep you fueled for the day. 

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