1 week of healthy and delicious vegan breakfast meals | Soul in the RawThe first meal of the day: breakfast. Super confusing for so many, and overwhelming too. It’s a time when you’re trying to run out the door, and take healthy food on the go for you and your kids.

It’s also an amazing opportnity to start the day on the right foot when it comes to your nutrition. Just like a good workout can set healthy eating habits in motion, so can a good breakfast.

If you’ve ever been lost or confused about what to make for breakfast as a vegan, these 7 recipes will help you easily have a plan for the week. They are filling, super healthy, and the best part is that they are very easy to make (10 minutes or less)!

I’ve also included a grocery list with links to the items used in the recipes.

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Vegan Breakfast #1: Smoothie Bowl

Summer Smoothie Bowl Recipe

If you’ve never tried a smoothie bowl, now is your time! It’s the same idea as a smoothie, only a bit more thick, so you can eat it with a spoon. It’s so delicious, and much more filling than smoothie.

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/smoothie-bowl-recipe/

Vegan Breakfast #2: Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding with Home-Made Almond Milk


A delicious, creamy alternative to dairy pudding, this vegan breakfast is filling and packed with omega-3 rich fats. Your kids will absolutely love it, too!

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/chia-pudding/

Vegan Breakfast #3: Acai Bowl

raw vegan acai bowl

You know about those fancy acai bowls you get at a smoothie shop? Well, this version will taste even better, and is much more affordable to make. It also takes just minutes to throw together!

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/raw-vegan-acai-bowl/

Vegan Breakfast #4: Peanut Cherry Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding Recipe: Vegan Cherry Peanut Pudding | Soul in the Raw

This delicious version of a chia pudding has got to be one of my favorite vegan breakfast recipes! The addition of peanut butter and cherries makes it extra special. I have no doubt that your kids will devour this one.

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/chia-pudding-recipe/

Vegan Breakfast #5: Chocolaty Blueberry Overnight Oatmeal

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Oatmeal is an incredibly healthy whole grain for heart health, diabetes prevention, and more! Packed with fiber, iron, and antioxidants, it’s a true powerhouse! This overnight oat version is very quick to throw together, and if you make it at night, it’ll  be grab and go in the morning, which is perfect for busy mornings.

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/overnight-oats/

Vegan Breakfast #6: Turmeric Goji Berry Smoothie

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This anti inflammatory smoothie has a delicious sweet flavor, with loads of antioxidants and disease-prevention health benefits. Enjoy every sip, but remember to take it slow and not to gulp as digestion begins in the mouth with chewing!

Full recipe > https://www.soulintheraw.com/turmeric-recipes/

Vegan Breakfast #7: Fruit

1 week of healthy and delicious vegan breakfast meals | Soul in the Raw

Lastly, there is nothing better than simply a satisfying and refreshing bowl of fruit for the perfect vegan breakfast. Some of my favorites are mangoes, figs, grapes, oranges, and persimmons. If you choose to eat a fruit breakfast, be sure you eat enough as fruits are very water rich and don’t have a lot of calories, so enjoy a giant plate of your very favorite fruits!


althy Vegan Breakfast Recipes Grocery List

Vegan Pantry Staples: Get Started on a Plant Based Diet with this List | Soul in the Raw

Here is what you will need for 7 days of delicious whole food plant based vegan breakfasts (note that this is for 1 serving-size portion of all recipes, if you’d like bigger portions than just double or triple this list, as necessary).

Kitchen Equipment:

High speed blender

Pantry essentials:

Whole grains and legumes:

2 cups rolled oats

Spices and seasonings:

Ground cinnamon
Black pepper


3 tablespoons cacao nibs
1/4 cup Harmless Harvest coconut water
2 tablespoons raw coconut flakes
Freeze-dried blueberries (optional)
Dried mulberries (optional)
Vanilla extract (optional)

Nuts and seeds:

3 tablespoons whole golden flax seeds
3 tablespoon raw almond butter
1 cup chia seeds
1 tablespoon peanut butter


Extra fruit for a meal (oranges, bananas, watermelon, figs, persimmons, or any fruit you like)
2 cups strawberries
2 tablespoons goji berries
2 oranges
10-12 Medjoul dates
2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries, or other berries of choice
1 cup frozen or fresh berries of choice or any other fruit you like
7 ripe and spotty bananas
½ cup frozen raspberries
2 cups frozen pineapple
1 packet acai (100 grams frozen acai)
½ cup cherries, fresh or frozen


1 cup organic mixed greens
2 large handfuls of organic baby spinach

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Marina Yanay-Triner is a wellness coach and recipe developer through Soul in the Raw. Marina creates easy and delicious vegan recipes and writes about the health benefits of a plant-based diet, focusing on evidence-based nutrition information. She loves to help clients go and stick to plant based eating through her powerful coaching program, combining nutrition and cooking education along with transformational mindset work. Marina adopted a whole food, plant based lifestyle over 7 years ago, inspired by her mother's incredible healing story of reversing a crippling bladder disease. She has reversed PMS symptoms and encourage emotional healing from trauma as a result of this transition. Marina is incredibly passionate about the vegan diet for human health, animal welfare, and the well-being of our planet, all of which she envisions as co-dependent.