We’re constantly on the lookout for quick and easy breakfasts that make us excited to get out of bed. And if we can sneak some fruits and veggies onto our plates or into our bowls? Even better. From veggie tacos and breakfast scrambles to banana pancakes and raspberry ricotta toast, here are 10 vegetarian breakfasts to inspire your morning routine.
Adding a generous dollop of hummus to this scrambled egg and veggie bowl is an easy way to add more protein, and boost its staying power.
2. Veggie Breakfast Tacos from Cookie + Kate
Consider this more of a template than a recipe and use whatever vegetables you have in your crisper drawer.
Use your favorite brand of store-bought granola and don’t limit yourself to blueberries! Go ahead and use whatever fresh fruit is in season.
Swap the brown sugar and cinnamon in your oatmeal for pesto, spinach, and sun-dried tomatoes and you may never look back. And yes, you should definitely put an egg on it.
Cooking eggs in the microwave means this loaded breakfast sandwich is ready in 5 minutes.
Pancakes aren’t usually what comes to mind when you think of quick breakfast ideas. But trust us on this one. Grab a banana and a couple of eggs and in next to no time you can have fluffy, protein-rich pancakes that are also gluten-free and dairy-free.
While Italian bruschetta is usually more snack than meal, this fun twist adds avocado and herby scrambled eggs to the equation to turn it into a wholesome breakfast.
Start your day with a salad and you’ll already have a couple of servings of vegetables under your belt. If you want to add more protein, try sprinkling it with a generous handful of chickpeas or put a second egg on top.
This fast and fancy ricotta toast is really more of an equation than a recipe. Toast a slice of grainy bread, swipe it generously with creamy ricotta, top it with whatever fresh fruit you have on hand, and finish it with a drizzle of honey.
10. Kale Smoothie from Love & Lemons
You knew we had to include a kale smoothie, right? But not just any smoothie. Peaches, bananas, and fresh ginger balance out the kale in this fresh and energizing smoothie that doesn’t taste like kale at all, in the best possible way.